Archive for October, 2012

Release: ZoneMarkers!

Wednesday, October 31st, 2012

It’s a sign! – Walking Papercut presents: ZoneMarkers

Did you ever need to mark a persistent area effect on a battlemap so nobody would forget it was there, or how far it extended? Or maybe you wanted to mark a spot for some reason, or simply put up a guidepost for your players?

Then look no further! WPC’s new ZoneMarkers

  • were designed to fit into any battlefield, without hindering the miniatures’ movement or visibility.
  • come in eight distinct flavors for bases and posts to fit your needs and make different effects easily distinguishable – human, orcish, dwarven, elven, nature, magic, undead and demonic posts
  • come with a set of basic symbols – the numbers 1 to 4 for zone range as well as symbols for earth, wind, fire and air
  • can be built with any combination of post and base
  • can be easily modified to make them rewritable, all you need is some transparent tape and a board marker
  • come with .studio-files for automated cutters for your cutting pleasure

Get ZoneMarkers now over at RPGNow!

Also, check out the free Ritual Circleshere at RPGNow!

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Release: Walled up!

Monday, October 1st, 2012

It’s been a long time coming – seriously, this has been in my pipeline for over a year – which is to say that is was gathering dust for quite some time, but here it is, finally, and after all, who’s counting?

Anyway, WPC proudly presents: Walled up!, a modular set to give you walls of fire and ice, magical cages and screens of smoke and lightning, for powerful wizards, devious traps or ancient prisons.

  • wall pieces in six flavors (Fire, Gas, Smoke, Lightning, Ice and Magic)
  • various lengths for straight and angled walls
  • support pylons in four different colors
  • option for transparent supports
  • .studio-cutfiles for everything.

Use the link below to receive a discount – only valid for the first week after the release!

RPGNow product page

WPC Walls Promo 1

WPC Walls Promo 2

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