OpenForge 2.0 Encounter: Fire Shrine
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The second in the encounters series, this is a shrine to fire. We have both a cut stone and rough stone versions. The elemental symbol is inspired by the elemental symbols from Avatar: Last Airbender.
In this release we have:
- Walls with the fire rune
- Floors with the fire rune
- Pillars that say "Fire" in runic futhark
- A gothic archway
- An alter to fire that can take walmart led votive candles
To find the diagonal and curved pieces, you can get them in:
The flames of the alter are made with a hot glue gun, after painting and after insertion of the candle. The alter has a floor piece to sink it into the ground (because it's kind of tall), or you can use it as scatter terrain. The runes on the base of the alter also say "fire" in elder futhark.
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