Designer and GM Louis Cassidy-rice had done the clever maths, the schema and figured out the production. There was a way to make models, models of fantasy mushrooms, that were also dice.
The boards are made from high-density foam, which means they'll keep their shape, no matter what, says JustBard, and resist heat, even solvents like Acetone.
The last YouTube in Real Terrain Hobbie's massive wargaming board for The Shire is complete.
The idea behind dice shaped like mushrooms comes from an attempt to save money.
The video shows whole buildings emerging when two halves of a playing mat are opened up. These mats fit together so you can turn a floor or a tabletop into an entire battleground.
There are even sound effects for the scene with the bog bubbling and cracking as the PCs struggled in the mud.
Do you use miniatures in your RPGs? Do you use them to help make sense of melee? Or perhaps to assist the imagination? Over on Etsy, CicadaCrafts has a collection of tabletop terrain that does both.…
These fantastic terrain enhancements were built for a Warhammer game. The designer, William90, includes nerf and robotics in his interests so he’s clearly quite a creative chap. Instructions for building your own lizardman pillar can be found at Instructables if you fancy having a go.…