History will tell ya getting into a pyramid was no simple task. Descending passageways were an endless labyrinth of cramped tunnels to thwart grave robbers from a Pharaoh’s final resting place. So naturally, you need terrain to pass on this game play vibe. Ben borrowed another page out of his Gen Con DM’s book to make his own narrow hallways. He’s also got a new weekly miniatures’ feature so you can get a taste of your unwelcomed neighbors.
Your party is barreling through the Thunderspire Labyrinth module. The enemy is dropping like flies. It’s a bloodbath. The elusive acolyte mage, Paldemar, is near. You sense his evil…only the Tower of Mysteries stands in your way. Let’s see how Ben built the first level of defense.
Coming up with a variety of new materials for your terrain environment is critical. After all, you don’t want to stare at the same humdrum pieces game in and game out: different building materials means different color schemes. Ben turned to The Google for a little history lesson and came up with ivory as yet another world resource. Let’s see how he’s begun adding this material (and more wood) into his new game board.
Rubble can raise a game board’s landscape to newly entertaining and eye opening heights. Yes, yes – some of the build steps can be meticulous at times but the payoff is bountiful. Hobbyists will also enjoy a cavalcade of artist expression…more so than most terrain creations. After all there’s no wrong way to make modular ruins is there? Let’s take a look at the Pile’s piles.