The Treacherous Trees are a modular system that allows you to make as many trees as you want, as high as you dare. Whole forests are at your command because once you have the set, you can print as many parts as you need!
This is also the first appearance of the soon-to-be seminal WPConnectors. They allow for a number of different builds while at the same time-saving storage space. What does that mean? The trunk is not permanently connected to the branches. If you do not like how your tree turned out, simply pop off a branch and place it higher, lower or on another facet of the trunk.
This also means that you can remove branches during the game. No need to maim your model if the dwarven cleric decides to go axe-on with his battle blessings again. And when the game is over, you can dismantle the tree for storage. It takes up a lot less space than a giant tree would suggest. They make the trees ready for future expansions, too.
Thanks for checking out the Treacherous Trees! Please let me know what you think, and leave a review over at drivethrurpg.com/. If you are curious about other papercraft game aides I made, check them out here!
And as always, remember to Be Inspired!
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Welcome to Walking Papercut - Walking Papercut · November 14, 2017 at 09:54
[…] paper models to help you have more fun at the gaming table, from more complex models like the Treacherous Trees to simple helpers like the Paper Brains, and a lot in […]
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