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APG Paper Tiles Vol. III: Future Basic Room Set

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By Alea Publishing Group Staff
Page Count: 27 pages

In APG Paper Tiles Vol. III: Future Basic Room Set Vol. I you will find a generic, basic, future room set with extras that can be interchanged to make a plethora of structures that can easily be joined together for exploration. Besides creating a basic room, there are tiles to create hangers and runways, complete with 4 different spacecraft. In addition, we have provided a basic set of items that can be commonly found by space-faring adventurers such as oil drums, crates, tables, workstations, medical beds (plain or smattered with either human or alien blood), alien pods, observation decks, and more.

The format of the rooms have been tailored primary to be easily adopted with popular miniature skirmish systems, however they can be used with other paper tile products.

This product is also bookmarked for easy navigation to get the tiles you need.

So bring a industrial, well-worn feel to your d20 Future roleplaying games or futuristic space combat today!

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July 29th, 2005
I am enjoying the product. This is especially the case with the floor tiles. I can use them in my Dwarven Forge Sci-Fi and Cavern Master Maze layouts. It allows my change the floors slightly to specialize rooms made with these 3d Terrain pieces by Dwar [...]
October 8th, 2004
Nice set. Lotsa options and the srtwork is well-done. Worth the purchase for Minis Games or RPG<br><br><b>LIKED</b>: Artwork and design<br><br><b>DISLIKED</b>: layout - Walls obscured half a tile which [...]
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