OpenForge 2.0 Encounter: Earth Shrine
by devonjones, published
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This is an experiment. Rather than release a set of tiles, we're releasing a room. This is a shrine to earth. We have both a cut stone and rough stone versions. The elemental symbol is inspired by the elemental symbols from Avatar: Last Airbender. I've never actually seen the show, I just liked the style when I was searching for ideas for earth symbols.
In this release we have:
- Walls with the earth rune
- Floors with the earth rune
- Pillars that say "Earth" in runic futhark
- An archway inspired by the bluestone monoliths in stonehenge
- An alter to earth
- Diagonal and corner pieces to round out the room
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