Roll a perception check. You find a secret door!
This set offers walls that can spin. Next to a floor tile, it's pretty darn hard to tell that this wall turns. Can be a great way to spring a surprise on your players!
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- Pick a wall type: low or normal (.low. or not)
- Pick a size (2x1 - 2x4). Grab a floor for that, and a base. Be sure to grab the appropriate basis base (inch or 25mm).
- Pick of you want to use magnets for the secret door (recommended) or registration bumps (.magnetic. or not). If you use magnetic, you will need 1/8" x 3/32" magnets for imperial or 5mm x 3mm magnets for metric
- Pick a top that fits with the bottom (magnetic or not, low or not).
- Glue the bottom and the floor to the base. Glue in the secret door magnets if you are using them.
If you use the magnetics, I suggest embedding them in the base with opposite polarities. There's only one direction the top properly lines up in, so you can use the magnets to ensure that the top is lined up correctly (instead of backwards). Using magnetics also means the top holds well, so it's much harder for players to accidentally see.
Other Cut-Stone Tiles
I've done two different paint styles for Cut-Stone:
- 2019/06/14 - Added metric magnet holes, lowered height of pivot 2mm to accommodate sagging on the bridge inside the pivot hole.