This pdf product contains all you need to create your Sewer dungeon in just seconds after printing all the tiles available.
Here you will find an underground sewer made up of 6x6 tiles. Every tile can be combined one another to form a complex labyrinth with straight and corner lines, T and X junctions and little 4x4 rooms from where one, two, three or four passages are available for more exploration. There is also a special tile with an elevator so to place a little boat to navigate on these bad smelling and dangerous waters....
Available in two versions: 1inch Grid and 20mm Grid for a range of miniatures from 15mm to 30mm.
Warning: expect mutant plants, rats and skeletons here and there!
All these designs were generated using only Shuffler, a map creator. Source files are also here included so that, if you own Shuffler, you can easily modify all the tiles and get a never ending variety in dimension and colors.
And with Shuffler and User Images Plug-In, you can even add you own images to personalize your Sewer. Try it out!
A question: can Shuffler generate tiles with a 3x3cm grid? I have some AT43 minis i'd like to use for Legion of Steels ruleset, but that miniature have very large bases, so they don't fit on the original LoS tiles (or anything else available, too).
I'm interested in Shuffler and the products it generates but..
I don't understand why so many designers and companies are still insisting on 1-inch squares today, when miniatures are far much larger than in the 70's when the 1-inch standard was set. Sure 1.5 or larger grids should be an option now.
Post by papermakeit on Mar 29, 2011 10:06:16 GMT -9
Thank you for your question that I will try to reply to.
There are indeed many different scales minis are used in wargames. I suggest this link to see how many are there.
Reason for this is the so vast available rules for many different kind of wargames from skirmish to strategy and thus different minis scales needed.
Most common scale still remain 28-30mm that requires nearly 1" grid (if you use rules that require grids), but under that scales many miniatures sold are higher and higher as you say and then with larger bases. The reason for that is the growing details requested by the market in each figure and then some bigger miniatures involved. For those minis a 1.5" grid is surely needed. For those gamers Shuffler offers a built in print option that let you print your map at that dimension (with a lower resolution).
On the other hand the ever growing price for raw metals has invited producers to offer a more variety of littler minis that can still give margins to little producers. So we are experiencing a new market orientation to 15mm (more specifically for Sci-Fi but not only). And for that market Shuffler offers the same print option for printing grids with 20mm grid length and even with 15mm and 10mm.
Who will win? Shuffler will still remain a tool for everyone with its variable print scale.
Vermin King: Every so often a Thank You goes a long way. Ray over at Ravensblight is going through a dark time ( I know. Dark is kinda his theme ), but if you appreciate his work, you might go to the site and grab his email and send him a Thank You
Jun 18, 2020 12:22:38 GMT -9
Vermin King: That was a whole lot easier than expected. One click
Jun 18, 2020 5:10:41 GMT -9