Towne stairs were this month's largest vote getter. This is apparently an area that I've been underserving, because it was the first tile to get the vote on dungeon stone too. I'll keep that in mind for future sets.
Dungeon Stone was the first stair set, and I tried to create what I thought would would be the most useful pieces. With this set, I've both narrowed that down and expanded it. In narrowing it down, I've focused only on 2x2 pieces. In expanding it, there are now 3 levels of floor, riser and corner, which should allow you to create pretty much any multi-level layout. Let me know if I'm hitting or missing on these choices.
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For each tile, print yourself one of a .stairs. and a base of the same size (2x2). The tiles are in inch square basis (which matches most commercial printed tiles). If you want that size, print without changes, and print one of the inch bases. If you instead want 25mm squares (The historical scale of OpenForge), scale the floors on X and Y or walls on X, Y and Z by 98.4% and print one of the 25mm bases. Finally, if you want wyloch style tiles (1.25" per square) scale the X and Y by 125%.
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Other Towne Tiles
2019/05/31 - added 37 new stair models: A full set of ruined stucco. 2x1 tiles for all 7 sizes in all three (low) or five (medium & high) textures