Having something to fuel your imagination when it comes to roleplaying encounters can be a great thing. Not only does a map make sure that everyone knows what is there and what is not. Having actual papercraft to represent walls, crates and of course the enemies can make any encounter more enthralling and enticing.
Sure, you can make it work with imagination alone, and sometimes that might even be the better solution (because there are some things even the best models cannot do). But in general, having some kind of reference will make things run more smoothly and prevent misunderstandings. Even if it is just a grid with tokens for the participants.
In this category, you can find all my proper models. Use them to enrich and to inspire. As usual, they come with the inherent ability to make as many as you need for your game. But they also have a background story and several adventure hooks for your planning pleasure.
I hope you enjoy them, and as always, let me know what you think!
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