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eFuture Tiles: Galactic Transport

eFuture Tiles: Galactic Transport features 30 miniatures-scale tiles that can be used to design a variety of spaceships for personnel and cargo transport. Features include crew, passenger, and captain’s quarters, kitchen and dining areas, lounge, cargo bay, locker rooms, bridge, engines, infirmary, and more. In addition to the 30 base tiles, there are 10 alternate cargo bay tiles (with cargo) and 3 expansion tiles that will allow this set to link with sets from the eFuture Tiles "Star" line of PDFs.

eFuture Tiles are designed for use with your favorite miniatures by RPG cartographer Ed Bourelle.
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September 10th, 2008
SkeletonKey, as always, creates a top-quality product. The tiles have great color, variety and interoperability with their other sets. [...]
October 6th, 2007
I am a huge fan of this tile set. I found that the tiles are great to look at, while not being too cluttered with "eye candy" and easily arranged to provide interesting terrain. I am really looking forward to the other expansions in this rang [...]
August 20th, 2007
These tiles are a welcome addition to the eFuture line, though I've yet to find quite as many possible configurations as in the starship package. The basic transport (as shown in the product preview) makes a 23" x 33" transport with an 8x12 [...]
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August 10, 2007
This title was added to our catalog on August 09, 2007.
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