Village model

Village photos from my latest gaming session:


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Debt collectors come to squeeze blood from a stone.


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Wonderful! I love your models/dioramas used for your gaming sessions. I wish I were one of your players.

ty stldnder

Amazing!!!
Love to play in something like this......
Just one question....how do you play without the grid?
We use rulers and covert 5' to an inch
Even if it's long time since the last post, I'm still going to comment This is an excellent setup, I love it! The place is very unique and has strong thematic feel, something that gets easily forgotten when everything's shining magic armors and blazing magic swords hacking wondrous creatures.
Shaper & Maker galleries
Amazing!!!
Love to play in something like this......
Just one question....how do you play without the grid?



I am just getting into D&D but I have been a minature player for years. Another way to complement the grid system using miniatures is to use square 1" bases. Several different mini companies have these available. Using the square allows you to stick closely to the Line of Sight rules for the grid i.e. measuring from all corners of the base to the target's base to determine cover/concealment.

Another option for this, one that is more common to tabletop war games, is the miniature eye-view. This is where you get down as close to eye level and look for what the mini could actually see. For example if you are looking through some bushy terrain and can see the target creature but the bush terrin gets in the way, the target creature would receive partial concealment.
Nice work, love the houses and fences. What is the roof made of?

Cyberdrake
Dream Weaved Worlds
awesome work!