October 25, 2018 scrollmaster

My fourth gaming board is a bit unusual in that it doesn’t have an actual board! Instead it is made up of a series of large components that can be used standalone to create a board, or be used on top of other boards. It can be used to make rivers of various sizes and make waterfalls where needed. The size of the components make them great chunks of scatter with sizable enough surfaces to have some interaction on them. The River The Raising Props Altho9ugh the props really were made to be able to raise the river elements, I…

August 20, 2018 scrollmaster

When I started playing Dungeons & Dragons earlier this year, the first scenery things I made were a few simple, traditional dungeon corridors and rooms with square-tiled floors, each 5x 5 feet, for the first adventure.     But I also realised I needed something that would work for the outdoors encounters in the adventure and I wanted to make something that felt more open so I came up with the idea of using hexagon tiles for outside encounters to give the movement a slightly different and more free feel. And to take things to the extreme, I made the whole…