As always, FDG hit a home run with this set. Adding more pieces so that your dungeon is not the same piece over and over again is a great idea. The Gargoyl statue with tea light base was the first thing I printed. It is totally awesome!
Publisher: Pulp Alley
Date Added: 03/02/2018 14:34:57
Like all the PULP ALLEY titles, Leagues is entertaining and informative in and of itself. When added to the original rules, it gives the game play a few more wrinkles and makes for a very well thought through mechanism for gaming perilous adventures. Wonderful stuff.
While the graphic quality is of the usual excellence, some of the "Dragon Layers" are either mislabled or not right. For example, while trying to remove the skulls image from ANY of the lava tiles, it removes the entire image, not just the skulls. Your only option is to add or remove the 1" grid. Some of the other sets allow you to remove the key and registration marks to save ink. I would love to see this option in all sets.
The Dragonlock system is the best way to get in to 3D printing community with quality files that will look great on your table top. Easy to paint and finish a good for entry or experience 3D printer. A baring at twice the price:)
I have been waiting for this set for a long time because I was so impressed with the artist's innovative character designs and slick character design. It's hard to re-invent the wheel and gnolls are difficult to fit to a unique style without making them look not-so-gnolly. Hard work and raw talent has created a set of paper minis that will be a joy to plunk down on the table and flay the skin off the player characters. They are wackily hilarious, delightfully cute and terrifying menacing at the very same time. This is a very well done set of paper miniatures. ...
Very much a product of its time, it has a lot in a small package but as others have noted it cant quite decide if it's a game or a simulation. Particularly frustrating is the lack of basic information about the units included, like what kind of mobility they use (if you play Traveller, you "ought to know already" I suppose?), or any kind of baseline "average" stats for vehicle or infantry from which one might extrapolate a list of weapons or equipment when designing one's own (using the head-cracking sustem in Fire, Fusion and Steel). It makes an interesting read but translating it into tabletop play has been too problematic, when more effective systems like Dirtside or Strike Legion Tactical exist....
I really loved what I have found in this bundle: a full game, perfect for skirmishes, where each soldier is not a list of stats with numbers attached to each.
In fact most soldiers don't have stats, they have a weapon and it's enough for what they are supposed to do.
Rules use 1D6 and definitely aim at being quickly playable. On each case (hit, spot etc) only rolls of 1 or 6 will indicate an important effect on figures.
But it is not a simplistic game either, there is everything one expect to find in such a game. The trick is that the author is able to explain complivated things clearly and efficiently.
Many games claim to be easy to learn but this one really is. There is the basic rulebook and each other file is a choke-full of details on one aspect of skirmishes. that way to write is really efficient because the basic rulebook is 32-page long only and makes a good apethizer for further rules needs on this subject or another.
I think that I have found a complete, detailed...
I really enjoy this pack, you get 2 great flavors of undead but I feel its missing a more usable bad guy rather than the still born godling (cool idea but my players would not enjoy the theme of that, hits a little to close to home)
This is a fantastic map. I was in dire need of a green dragon lair map for a game I was running and out of all the options I had I thought this was the best quality. I loved having options for grid, non-grid, and multiple file formats. I ended up getting his printed out as a 24x36 poster image for use in my dragon encounter. The players loved it! The terrain is interesting, it provides multiple strategies for both players and DMs. I would really like to say that the online images don't quite do the poster justice - it's quality really holds up when it's printed out. There's so much detail that it really helps create a story of the dragon's space. Really nice job!...