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The Ultimate GM Screen 2


rpgcountdown-bugfeatured.pngThe Ultimate GM Screen 2 is a must have for any fantasy game master. We've incorperated user feedback from our first GM screen to create this masterpiece. Bigger and sturdier than ever, this screen has two dice rolling towers (one toward the GM, one toward the players) and a quick-release disassembly design that allows you to transport or store this bad boy quickly and easily. Storage shelves in the rear are perfect for organizing the minis you need for the game, all while keeping them hidden from the players view. The screen can also be easily expanded to any length, simply by adding additional quick-release wall sections. Designed for the beginner card modeler, this set features our award winning texture graphics, full color instructions, and easy-to-build designs. Check us out now and see why Fat Dragon Games is the cardstock terrain of choice for thousands of gamers!


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A note to our customers: ;All of the models featured in our promotional photos were built by hand, with just the simple hobby tools recommended in our model sets (hobby knife, straight edge, paper glue, etc.)

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Richard S January 10, 2019 3:37 am UTC
I guess I'm really dumb or something but I cannot figure out how to do Step 3. I assume the bottom piece is "I" but which part of the tube do I use in Step 3 to start gluing to it? And where do I glue it to the bottom piece? --Is there a tutorial that shows me what I need to know?
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Fallacy C March 31, 2019 7:53 am UTC
I second this. I'm struggling to figure out which piece folds and glues where as early as step 3. Tried checking YouTube but there was zero content there with the how-to for this particular project.
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Steve N November 24, 2019 10:55 pm UTC
I know this is way too late, you've either tossed aside your model or figured it out and completed it!

You are correct, piece "I" is the textured piece that comprises the bottom ramp of the dice tube.
Look at the photo of step two; the two gold arrows are actually on the area that needs to be glued to the flaps of the textured piece. the angles match and the fold gets aligned with that edge on that side of the tube.
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This title was added to our catalog on July 15, 2009.