OpenForge 2.0 Cut-Stone "Pillar"
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This piece serves at least two purposes. First it can resolve the gap that's formed when you create a corner with two wall pieces. Second, it can be used as a structural beam to help hold up additional levels.
Since this tile is rather simplistic, I've gone ahead and created all three heights (half, standard and tall).
Given the huge number of variations there could be to tile sizes and pillar placement, I've created the most common ones. If you want another size/placement, add a comment and I'll get it uploaded.
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