A really difficult problem that has plagued dungeon tiles is getting curved rooms (like say castle turrets) to line up well with the rest of your tiles. This set aims to fix that (at least for round rooms with a radius of 2 squares). It gives you 5 different floor options that line up against G walls that can be combined to have a floor coming out at 90 degree angles (of the squares) at pretty much any spot against a curved G wall. It also gives you 3 walls (and their mirrors) that can be added to have walls coming out at any 90 degree angle to the squares.
Finally, there's a significant issue for things like doors - the come out of the curved room at 45 degree angles. The new Gx Wall fixes that by giving you a 45 degree wall segment that lets you offset other walls (and doors) to 90 degree angles, as well as the new Gx door that lets you even get it to 22.5 degrees. Historically you could position a door/window/arrow slit/etc at 4 positions with 45 degree offsets to the floor squares. Now you can set them at 16 different angles.
There is also a low wall version of this.
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Per round room you want to be able to add a full set of options to, you will need to print:
openlock versions will need an openforge base if you want magnets, otherwise you can print the triplex version
- 1 ExG floor
- 1 UxG floor
- 1 UxG2 floor
- 2 RxG floors
- 2 SxG floors
openlock versions will need an openforge base if you want magnets, otherwise you can print the triplex version. AxG & QxG offer verions with pegs on top. All offer versions with or without sidelocks.
- 1 AxG & 1 AxG mirror wall
- 1 BAxG & 1 BAxG mirror wall
- 1 QxG & 1 QxG mirror wall
To be able to move doors to the full 16 angles instead of 4, you will need:
- 2 Gx walls
- 1 Gx door
- 1 narrow curved door
Other Dungeon Stone Tiles
This set was originally designed so I could cheaply expand on my Dwarven Forge tiles from their first Kickstarter. Because of that, the paint scheme I use is designed to make the tiles fit in with the scheme I used on that set. Dwarven Forge has a video showing how to do this paint scheme.