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Combat Magic Spell Effects 1

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Spell effects to make your encounters feel epic

Stop pinging where the spell goes off and expecting everyone to keep track of the particulars.  “What’s the radius on light?”  “Wait...was that our wizard’s fireball or the enemy’s?”  “Which squares were replaced by the extradimensional hole of sadness and doom?”  We’re willing to bet you’ve fielded more than your share of these over your time as a DM.  Banish these time-consuming questions from your games henceforth with this pack, so you and your players can focus on the experience, not the minutiae.  We use these icons exclusively for our in-house games, and all of our players (even the wizard who keeps breaking the laws of reality and needs to brush up on his RP skills) love the extra life and immersion it brings to the table.

How to Use These Tiles

After purchase, you'll get a .zip file with all 58 individual pieces, which are yours to mash together in your characters' travels as you see fit.  These function a bit differently than our themed map tilesets, in that they’re designed to be used within the virtual tabletop itself, not manipulated in an image editor and then baked into a map (although you could do that too if you want to represent permanent magic effects somewhere specific).  These files are made to have transparent backgrounds, so they can be slapped down on top of anything without obscuring what’s underneath.

We’ve put up a tutorial here which outlines some of the nifty things you can do with the spell effects and dynamic lighting in Roll20.  Check it out.

Bonus feature for Roll20: The "Your Library" section of the DM tools can be unorganized at times, each filename contains the specific dimensions of each tile needed to maintain seamless integration and reduce headaches.  Every file has unique tags built in to their names, so you can use built-in search features to find the right piece for the right spot.


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Bruce L May 10, 2019 9:00 pm UTC
Can these be printed onto a transparency, for use with miniatures, on a physical tabletop?
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This title was added to our catalog on August 12, 2015.