Creature Collection Seven contains many automated machines, clockworks, or steam punk creations, however you'd like to phrase it. Pardon their rusty nature. In my campaign the Artificer has gone mad and is building an army with whatever metal he can get his hands on. Rusty metal is just easier to come by. If there's enough interest I can always give them a bit of a shine.
Sizing. These tokens are appropriately sized for Roll20 with each gaming square representing a 5ft. sq. area and are constructed to fit to the grid so resizing does not distort the token. Unless stated otherwise in the token name, the default size is 1x1.
Rollable Table Tokens. Despite the individual poses, each variation of a creature takes up the same amount of grid squares on the VTT as detailed in the name (1x1, 1x3, 3x3) to make them interchangeable if you choose to use rollable tables in your campaign to create multi-sided tokens. Rollable tables enable you to have one creature represented by multiple tokens which you can select or randomize when you pull them onto the table. This allows for some variety in the look of your enemies or allies while still having the token tied to the character sheet.
Recurring Characters. Is there a creature here you'd like to see more of? Perhaps other poses or other color (or less rusty) variations? Feel free to reach out to me on Twitter and I can try to incorporate them into a future set.
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