After an interesting night that involved a cool Grandfather with several kids and some veteran players who outlasted the kids (who's bed time had long passed) Ed Zeamba walked away with a tower given to him by Bob.
In the maiden years of the role-playing game, back when most people felt they had to hide their D&D books under their beds, Bob was busy creating the genesis of the 3-D interiors with endless hallways and rooms. Back then he used hand painted foam core board to build his castle. Today, it’s all about the ability to store it away when the playing ends. Index paper turned out to be a perfect medium for his constructs. The modular system allows you to build the castle you want, not just the castle you see.