Posts Tagged ‘Fantasy’
(metaphorically speaking, of course)
I did ice last week, so it seems only fitting that fire gets a go this week.Fire Stone Map Pieces (1226)
Use it for lava (or magma) based dungeons. Volcanoes or even temples to an angry fire god. Up to you.
Have a suggestion for the next set, let me know!
This will be the new “standard” for Dungeoneering map pieces. It should include most everything you will need to build dungeons.
- Large 8×10 grid
- Various circle sizes (ranging from 16 to 2 inch diameters)
- A variety of specialty tiles, included lettered and numbered tiles for custom use.
Download and enjoy!
Suggested by reader Nick Wright, I just had to do it. You have felled the big-bad-evil-doer. But then what? He just lays there? She says nothing? No, we must have a dramatic death! It is a moral imperative!
Here’s a list of actions and phrases you can drop in as the enemy dies. They may be meaningless ways for your NPC to mess with the players’ heads. It may be the lead to the next adventure. Your call. Remember to change any language to make it appropriate to your setting. Change “you” to “thou” or “thee” and stuff like that.
Remember, you can always re-roll if the result makes no sense.
Based on some free stone textures I stumbled upon today whilst browsing around.
Figured some people want some realistic looking terrains for their games and these are based on photos or pretty close approximations of photos.
I’ll warn you now, they are big and need a good printer to look right. If you do print them, I suggest lamination or contact paper to keep them in good shape so you don’t have to print them again.Photo-Realistic Stone Floors (2654)
Being able to describe an object, not just what it is, but what it looks like, is the difference between an OK game and a good game. Besides, many players have picked up the trick that if you (the game master) have taken the time to describe something, it’s important. Here’s a little tool to help you make everything have a description.
Feel free to use this in conjunction with the colors list I posted awhile back.
One of my favorites on this one is the “open trap” tile. Pretty cool looking. Check it out on page 3 of the PDF.Stone Kingdom: Gears (2596)