Posts Tagged ‘Floors’
It’s also a hybrid set, featuring both 2d and 3d paper models. There are foldable paper models of stairs, platforms, and an obelisk (with three different styles).
I know it’s tooting my own horn, but this is a pretty cool set and will fit with any Egyptian (or similar theme). Anyone out there still gaming with the Al-Qadim setting for Forgotten Realms?
Pulp fiction lovers can go all Indiana Jones with this set. It will also work for all the Prince of Persia knock-off games I envision coming after the new movie hits theaters this summer.
Print and cut carefully, and don’t forget to send me your photos!
If you’ve spent any time at all on this web site, you should have seen this download coming a mile away. If not, well, call it a pleasant surprise.
30, 45, and 60 degree turns for the Sci-Fi based terrain theme. Download, print, cut, and enjoy!
Again, I don’t have rules for the “joint” piece in the turns. Any suggestions or ideas should be posted as a comment.
One of those egregious omissions in the Stone Kingdom terrain set has been rectified. You can add 30-, 45-, and 60-degree turns to your castle and dungeon corridors. I’ve also created a 3-way junction using the 60-degree turns for added spice.
I’m not including any rules for how to use the triangular “gap” space in the turn, I’ll leave that up to you game masters. If you have a suggestion, please feel free to comment on this posting and share your idea.