Wayfarer Modular Scifi Gaming Tiles: Core Set

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Wayfarer Modular Scifi Gaming Tiles: Core Set by dutchmogul Mar 2, 2015
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Finally, we here at IGG have a proper playground for our Pocket-Tactics models! I've been designing modular terrain tiles since I joined Thingiverse, but I hadn't quite found the right formula/scale until now. We magnetized ours using magnetic business cards cut and glued to the bottom and that worked amazingly well. Those and the magnetic whiteboard set us back $60 uh-merican, which wasn't too rough on the ol' Ill Gotten Games petty cash jar (which, I assure you, is rather petty).

These are scaled for our Pocket-Tactics models (which is, maybe, 20mm scale?). If you want 28mm scale tiles, you might want to scale them up by 125% before printing. Oh, and all of these printed for us without supports.


SHAMEFUL PLUG: - Oh, and if you're interested in the RPG we use these for, you can find Wayfarer: Things Beyond Wonder here in our Etsy store, in both PDF and book form: https://www.etsy.com/shop/IllGottenGames

Also, these files are available for Tabletop Simulator, so check them out in the Steam Workshops if you own that game (and you should!)

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Can someone please explain to me what ranked means on the special effects list, and how area effect works

For Wayfarer Tactics? Second edition? If so, ranked means you can buy it more than once and it's effects stack. In the case of area effects, they extend a number of increments from their target (equal to the area value) in all directions and affect anything within that radius.

Thanks this was really confusing me

I love these but for some reason most of the hexes don't show up on the floor, I usually use 0 infill and no support so I don't know if that's the issue. Also, how much can I increase these to get them up to 28 mm. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

Hey, thanks! Not sure why the hexes wouldn't be showing up. Maybe printer calibration? For 28mm scale, you'll want to scale these up by about 125-130%. Once it's scaled up, the hexes should have an easier time showing, I would think.

And now to ask over here... what scale are these? I was hoping to use them with the TileTray from the Wayfarer Tactics: Modular Terrain System (Simple Stonework) ( http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:963555 )

Wayfarer Tactics: Modular Terrain System (Simple Stonework)

Yeah, these are 18mm (made them before we'd really defined that). Basically, in general, if they're unpainted and printed in different colors, they're 18mm, if they're painted, they're 28mm. This system won't work with the 28mm tile trays, as they're all printed in blocks. But, it would be really easy to make tech tiles at that size. I will eventually, likely before the Kickstarter campaign runs its course.

I also have a question concerning the size. How big is one game square? I'm thinking about using these for IMPERIAL ASSAULT but I have to figure out in which size I have to print the model.

Finally! Now we have all the set pieces for an Expedition to the Barrier Peaks!


Haha, oh yeah! Wow, that would be awesome. I love that module.

Wow this looks amazing. Nice work

Thank ye! I'm having a lot of fun with these. More on the way.

Just had a Star Frontiers flashback. This is what I imagined back in the day.

Haha, totally! I might have gone Traveler, but Star Frontiers is equally valid.