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Heroes & Monsters of the Necropolis: Tokens & Avatars for Virtual Tabletops

Heroes & Monsters of the Necropolis: Tokens & Avatars for Virtual Tabletops

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Welcome to the Necropolis! This set of 30 full-color tokens and avatars by fantasy artist Amanda Kahl can be used in a wide variety of virtual tabletop programs, including the popular Roll20 interface. They represent several sorts of iconic characters and creatures and are inspired by elements from the Swords of Kos Fantasy Campaign Setting and the affiliated the Swords of KosNecropolis novel. They are, of course, system-free and can be used in any sort of fantasy roleplaying games.

They include avatars as appropriate and tokens for all of the following:

Paros, Rogue/Alchemist

Parthenia, Elf Barbarian (with two weapon variants)

Selene, Half-Elf Cleric

Pumayo, Tiefling Wizard/Transmuter

Shade of a Koan Lady

Nithernos the Ale’er

Corporal Conrad of the Kos City Guard

Trodecarn, Dwarf Fighter/Combat Engineer

Animated Shield

Mummy/Embalmed Zombie

“Achilles,” Animated Bronze Statue

Sarcophagi (Marble, Wood, and Ornate)

Kidna, Fiendish Viper Familiar (in two color schemes)

Snake Swarms (in two color schemes)

Skeletal Cerberus


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Jeffrey G March 22, 2018 2:00 am UTC
May I ask what file types are used/included for these? JPEG? PNG? Thanks!
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Michael V March 22, 2018 3:11 am UTC
Jeffrey, the tokens and avatars in "Heroes & Monsters of the Necropolis" are PNG files that have transparent backgrounds to enhance their appearance on virtual tabletops! Most are 300 x 300 pixels but some of the larger items are 300 x 600 or 600 x 600. They are all contained in a single ZIP file.
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March 21, 2018
This title was added to our catalog on March 21, 2018.