Dungeon&Town is the new set that implements the 3D into your adventures with hundreds of elements.
It can be purchased in a bundle with the * “Fantasy World Creator” products but also used by those who play only with a battlemat.
Its use is universal, reflecting the philosophy of the “World Creator” product line.
Easy to mount and use
Highest standard material
Each element is rewritable
All illustrations are hand-drawn
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Dungeon&Town is composed of a series of walls with different dimensions, roofs and details to make “live” your gaming sessions. Each of the more than 300 pieces is hand-drawn by the Italian artist Andrea Alemanno.
Kickstarter’s Social Goals have unlocked 2 new features that revolutionize the Dungeon&Town building phase:
Curved walls, for the first time in a “pen&paper” 3D system and new diagonal slit in the bases that will allow 45° and 135° angle corridors and rooms.
We have created a special textured base that allows infinite interlocking combinations, making the whole structure solid and quick to build.
Each Dungeon&Town cardboard item has a double plastic lamination. This treatment protects against wear and guarantees durability, scratch resistance and rewritability. A 2mm thickness makes all items solid and resistant to bending.
The edges of D&T stands are rounded to avoid cardboard scratches. The surface of the stands are decorated with a 3D texture. Even the strictly functional elements become an integral part of the scenario.
D&T Character set includes four miniatures sculpted by the Italian artist Claudio Casini and 173 hand-drawn pawns by Elisa Serio and Manuele Brandani. We have added the figure’s backside illustration to all pawns, increasing the perception of their position in the game and their use strategy.
D&T is the perfect solution for all those who want to expand their RPG universe on the gaming tables with a line of truly original and innovative, quality and fun products, created to enrich your gaming sessions.projectnerd.it
D&T matchs tha aesthetic idea of the firs kickstarter FWC and it brings to life the idea of dungeon delving of old where your Dungeon Master might have sketched everything out on paper beforehand. The key thing with presenting the terrain like this is making sure that the designs are clear and easy to identify.ontabletopbeastofwar.com
From what I've seen, I think they'd done a pretty good job. It certainly looks the part of a modular and re-usable set which could be quick and easy to build with when developing encounters.ontabletopbeastsofwar.com