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VTT Shields & Fields MEGA-PACK – 10,000+ PNG Assets

These image assets are intended for use on virtual tabletops (VTT) like Roll20 or Fantasy Grounds, and are supplied at 72 DPI in .png format, with a pixel size of 519 in at least one dimension. Supplied as 9 different shapes (circle, ellipse, hexagon, rectangle, rectangle with rounded corners, square, square with rounded corners, trapezoid, and triangle), each with 15 different colour sets. Each of these sets has up to 14 distinct image styles (comprising of an overall style with varying shading options). Finally, each individual asset also has a semi-transparent version.

They are ideal for use in any game where you need a forcefield, spatial anomaly, energy prison, swirly thing, miasma, barrier, mystic zone, scattering field, wall of force, ‘strange energy’, vapour, warp field, Fry hole, sorcerous portal or even objective markers or other locations of interest. Keep your games fresh and varied by dipping into this pack and choosing one of the 10,000+ image files within!

These assets are perfect for any sci-fi game, for example the excellent Star Trek Adventures role-playing game by Modiphius (although other Trek and Sci-fi/Star Wars games are available). They could also be used in fantasy settings (magic effects), eldritch settings like Call of Cthulhu (dire portals), steampunk (engine reactor energy field), and so on.

NOTE: the assets supplied are not merely cropped or stretched versions of a master image. Stretching the images would have distorted the style of the asset, and cropping would have affected the balance of the style within the chosen shape, in both cases resulting in a much less pleasing asset. The only exceptions to this were the ellipse and ‘rounded corner’ shapes; all other asset styles were created using a blank canvas, to create the best effect for the shape being created. This results in more individual variation between shapes.

Product ID: TDV1005

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Lt. Wolf: Captain, I’m getting strange readings on the sensors.  There appears to be some kind of anomaly in front of us.

Captain Packard:  Can you identify it from the readings?

Lt. Wolf: No sir.

Captain Packard: Very well.  Put it up on the viewscreen, let’s take a look at it.

Lt. Wolf: Aye sir [activates viewscreen]

Commander Raker: That looks like the unstable quantum rift we encountered last week…

Captain Packard:  Really, Number One?  I was thinking it’s very similar to the field projected by the Nullspace generator we found on Omicron Persei VIII a month or so ago.

Lt. Commander Datta: The sensors confirm it is unlike both of those phenomena.  However, it does have a curious likeness to both the null field and the quantum rift.

Captain Packard: So what is it?  Datta, try a metaphasic scan.

[beeps happen]

Lt. Commander Datta:  Intriguing.  It appears to be a two-dimensional construct placed there by an external intelligence, who seems to at least partially exist in a higher dimension.  Captain, this entity may not be aware we have detected it.

Captain Packard:  But what is this entity doing?  What’s the purpose of placing this construct here?

Lt. Commander Datta:  Unknown sir.  It might be testing us… or playing with us.

Lt. Wolf: Should I launch torpedoes sir?

Captain Packard:  Not yet, Lt. Wolf.  Do we have an explanation for the visual similarities with the other phenomena?

Lt. Commander Datta:  I theorise that the entity may only have a limited set of the image assets it uses to create the constructs.

Captain Packard: Well, this entity must have some kind of intelligence, but it may not know or recognise our sentience.  Regardless of that, I think we should help the entity, as a form of first contact. 

[sits in chair, pulls wrinkles out of uniform]

Captain Packard: Datta, does the library computer contain any image files which might make suitable constructs? Different shapes and styles.

Lt. Commander Datta: Aye sir, in different colours, and with semi-transparent versions too.  I’ve located approximately 10,000 files, and am packaging them into a data stream for transmission.  I suggest we use the deflector dish to project the data stream to the entity.

Captain Packard:  Excellent!  Make it so.

Captain Packard [whispering to Counsellor Tray]:  I’m so glad we have the deflector dish – it’s invaluable for getting us out of tricky situations where everything else we try doesn’t work!

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Lee S December 16, 2022 2:45 am UTC
Can we get a preview please? Thank you, Lee.
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Dave D December 16, 2022 1:22 pm UTC
Sure! I'll put together an infographic with more info and examples - I'll add this to the product description and upload it to my facebook page too. Thanks for your interest!
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Thank you.
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Preview is up ! Hope it's what you are looking for :)
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I've put better previews in the links underneath the product image at the top of the page :)
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