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TILESCAPE Modular Building System™

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Here's a 3d printable terrain system thats sized for DnD, pathfinder etc in case any of you are interested.
Its in 3x3 sized pieces with 2 inch high walls.
Dungeons, Caverns and Sewers will by the first 3 core sets.
Debut video of the Tilescape Modular Building System™
Here you can see the three main components of the system: the tile, the frame, and the link. This example is to show how easy it is to use, how secure the connections are, and how perfect it is for tabletop gaming!
This is just the tip of the iceberg. Our Tilescape DUNGEONS core set consists of 30 pieces (and that is ONLY the Dungeon core) to interchange for endless dungeons. There are tons of possibilities and lots more you can do with this system...tune in for more videos, pictures, and demonstrations!
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Personally i'm afraid I find no need for such playing aids, I still use the Heroquest, Warhammerquest, Mighty Warriors and Dungeon Floor Plans from the 80's and 90's. If they are not suitable I use the simple expedient of descriptive narrative. It does look like a nice, well made product though, good luck.

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