The first building I started out with was the Basilica, which is by far the most complex of the buildings. The pieces were on top when I opened the box, so what are you going to do?
Each of the buildings are made up of square tiles like the ones featured here.
As you can see from the picture above, after you pop the tiles out of their plastic skeleton sheets, you'll need to use an exacto knife to smooth out the tiles. But it doesn't take long. Once the tiles are prepped and ready, they are easy to glue together. Just put the tiles together and stick 'em with your favorite glue. The titles are modular, so you can follow the designs featured in the box or you can literally make up your own buildings and towers according to your taste. If you pursue the latter, however, I recommend drawing up a plan of your building first. When you are putting the pieces together, it's easy to lose track of what you were going to put where.
One massive help to me was the use of accelerator, which I has never used before. It's featured here on the far right.
Guys, I can't tell you how much a difference accelerator has made for me. It has completely transformed how I put miniatures together. It's literally been an night-and-day difference for me. Here's an example -
These overhangs, which are glued to the wall of the basilica would have been a real headache for me normally. Glue, hold in place, hold in place, wait, hold in place. With the accelerator, I could literally glue, place, spray, and walk away. Totally awesome.
After applying my hobby super-glue, I just sprayed each piece one time with the accelerator, and the glue hardened instantly. It made making the terrain pieces happen much faster. I was able to finish the basilica in the span of about 2 days, only casually working, where normally it might be something that I work on all week.
Here's a look at the basilica, just before I added all the fun bits on it. The final constructed basilica I'll post later.