This pack provides You with a set of fantasy-themed tiles, corridors, rooms and walls along with some furniture and siege equipment. This tile set allows you to create large castles, forts, roadside guard towers and intricate dungeons. The pack's theme is inspired by a fantasy race of proud and ancient high elves, with intricate marble buildings and painted wooden furniture. The corridors are either 3, 2 or 1-square wide, and there are passages, stairs and matching doors to connect it all together. There are five main themes for the corridors and the rooms: plain marble, painted marble, moonstone, magically enchanted and waterways. The fortifications include marble walls, round and square towers, skybridges, gatehouses and a drawbridge (lowered and raised version). There are also moats and rock ramparts. There are magic circles and gem-decorated altars. Finally, there are four versions of a siege ballista: a light wooden one, a heavy one made with marble and two magic ballistas. The pack will allow for quick and easy assembly of anything from a small fortified outpost to a full blown medieval fortress with an underground multi-level dungeon. There are also six pre-made maps if you ever need to prepare something quickly.
Items included in this pack:
1) 146 tiles for interior and exterior building (corridors, stairs, dirt/stone floor tiles, ladders, dirt/marble roads)
2) 48 furniture pieces (chairs, tables and altars, doors, wooden hatch and a drawbridge)
3) 31 fortification pieces (towers, walls, moats, rock ramparts)
4) 4 siege engines (four variants of a ballista)
5) 6 pre-made maps (a fort, elven gate fortress, elven fortified bridge, magic academy, moonstone temple and a throne room)
Grass and background rock tiles are 10x10 and are seamless. Corridors are designed around 5x5, 4x4 or 3x3 square basis, depending on the corridor width and will match and fit each other even if rotated or flipped. Larger rooms follow 5 or 10 squares in length and can be matched with the corridors using "entrance" tiles. You can also use the entrance tiles to connect corridors of different width. You can use the javelin to load a ballista by putting it over the siege engine. You can put the lowered drawbridge over the raised drawbridge to change it's state (I recommend using the GM layer for that).
The preview images show the layout of each large map. Each piece of a pre-made map is 30x30 squares. Have fun and happy creating!
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