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Dragonbite Village building Floors expansion pack

Dragonbite Village building Floors expansion pack

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This set is for those that would like larger building floor tiles that come as solid pieces. ranging from 2x4 tiles all the way up to 10x10 tiles for each of the 3 floor styles.

It contains:

9 stone floor tiles from building 2 set

9 wood floor tiles from building 1 set

9 wood floor tiles form building 3 set

Update: added 10 tiles in various sizes for building set 1 with holes  that have been filled in, in different combinations

This product was created under license. Dragonbite Community Creator, Dragonlock, and Dragonbite are trademarks of Fat Dragon Games in the U.S.A. and other countries.

This work contains material that is copyright Fat Dragon Games and/or other authors. Such material is used with permission under the Community Content Agreement for Dragonbite Community Creator.

All other original material in this work is copyright [2017] by Robert Clark and published under the Community Content Agreement for Dragonbite Community Creator.

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Robert N March 20, 2020 6:19 pm UTC
Is there a timber floor tile (4x4) with holes along one edge only? If so, I can't seem to find it. I wish all of the pieces were visible before purchase. Thanks!
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Mike N August 05, 2019 3:34 pm UTC
I really want to use these but I am finding them unusable. the original 2x2 (for example) with 4 holes is 13 meg. The 2x2 with only 1 hole is 215 meg and when I took a look at the file it has has over 13 million vertices. I had a similar issue with the 2x4 half holes - it seems to be systemic through all of these. I had a friend of mine with mire experience look and she said "I think they took one of Tom's files, made changes to the top surfaces then retopologized the whole model, rather than just the surface areas. Every single part of the model now has the same surface complexity as the boards." I dig the work but can't slice files anywhere near this large or complex.
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Dawn K April 05, 2019 7:52 pm UTC
I'd like to say thank you first, for offering such helpful mods with multiple options for free. Most objects have worked perfectly for me right from the download, I have had to take a piece from one set or another into Blender to fix a minor issue here or there, but they weren't difficult or major issues at all. You've made my village buildings much more customizable and with a lot fewer unecessary holes. I struggle more with printing plugs the right size than I do with using these floors. I hope that you continue to create objects like these and improve upon the old ones when you get time. These pieces are a big deal for people who build like I do where optimization is everything and time saving is everything. It might be difficult for people who aren't sure how to edit a mesh to appreciate these sets, that is understandable, but I think us Dragonlock fans have such a great community that there's no reason we can't work together at times to help sets like these become the sets the maker's envisioned. And just...See more
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Terry B June 19, 2018 12:48 am UTC
the 4x4 timberframe tile with L-shaped holes has one of the dragonblock holes blocked when I sliced it. I have downloaded it again, and get the same result from the new files. Is it supposed to be that way?
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Robert C June 19, 2018 10:26 pm UTC
thank you for alerting me to the problem, I redid the tile from scratch. it should be good to go now. If there is ever anything broken just let me know and I will do my best to fix it.
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Terry B June 20, 2018 4:44 am UTC
Thank you for the quick fix!
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Terry B April 28, 2018 10:32 am UTC
I was a little disappointed that the larger floor tiles were just smaller pieces bound together. I would have at least thought that the connector alley way for the dragonlock clip between the solid pieces would have been removed.
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Robert C May 09, 2018 10:58 am UTC
This was my first ever mod set I did, as I get more experience I will be revisiting previous releases to optimize them including removing unneeded elements such as the those connectors
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This title was added to our catalog on March 05, 2018.