Posts Tagged ‘Outdoors’
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.
Right now, I know there are 33 guys in Chile that would probably rather fight a Great Wyrm Red Dragon than get back into a mine, but after seeing their harrowing ordeal and joyous rescue, I thought this set might be something gamers might want to see again.
The entire ordeal brings to mind several possible encounters and a complete adventure. Sure, some races are equipped, nay, bred for life underground, some are not. In fact, some characters and races will have adverse reactions to prolonged time underground.
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!
I debated on whether to make this Stone Kingdom, Mean Streets, or Starbase Omicron. It works for any of them and is compatible with all, since you could encounter ice terrain in any time period or genre.
Download, print and cut in to the shape or shapes you need.
Grass fields, boulders, shrubs, and fire pits. The basics for making outdoor maps.
From a user request on the Message Board, Dungeoneering presents the first hex-based grid terrain. It’s designed with seamless tiles so you can print out several and place them one next to the other.
Another twenty more 8×5 pieces for your skirmish campaigns. This set features cracked and aged versions of both old and new tile color schemes including: Brown, Desert Temple, Navy, Gold/Green, Ancient Greek, Green, Light Blue, Maroon, Red/Aqua, and Tan.
This set contains dirt tiles suitable for any outdoor or underground setting. It’s not fancy, but useful.