Over 700 System Neutral Ways to Describe Combat Strikes.
Too often we see combat being run with just a hit/don't hit binary, plus damage. With these cards, you can infuse combat with story.
Three decks are included, organized by Weapon Types, Blunt, Slashing and Piercing.
This storytelling tool:
•Encourages writers to show the effects of strikes, not just say it was painful.
•Adds... [click here for more]
This 80-card deck is filled with inspiring ways to describe the delicate nuances of your world. Each card contains action words to spark the imagination, followed by multiple examples of their use.
Broken up into 6 individual sets, each set is separately illustrated by Rafael Dorsz and printed on large 4.25” x 2.75” (Tarot-sized) cards.
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This 138 Card deck is filled with hundreds of inspiring ways to describe the nuances of magic. Each card contains action words and examples to spark the imagination. The deck is organized into 17 individual schools of magic:
Air | Death | Demonic | Divine | Earth | Fire | Flesh | Force | Frost | Life | Lightning | Metal | Plant | Shadow | Sonic | Spirit | Water |
The cards... [click here for more]
Update: The following product updates have been made:
newly Added for your convenience are different formats: - Full color map in a single .jpg (versions with and without grid) - PDF of the sliced images for your home printer, compatible with US Letter and A4 size paper
Supporting Virtual Table Top systems and includes: - 100DPI gridless .jpg map - An RPTools... [click here for more]
Due to a one star review, we have updated the products to include missing items that was mentioned in the poor review.
The following product updates have been made:
newly Added for your convenience are different formats: - Full color map in a single .jpg (versions with and without grid) - PDF of the sliced images for your home printer, compatible with US Letter... [click here for more]
How to best describe Landscapes?
It’s important to give your audience (readers or fellow gamers) a sense of place. That is, a landscape they can identify with and/or visualize.The difficulty here is placing a feature, a moment or a mark on the landscape that's memorable and (more importantly) indigenous to the landscape. This is exactly what these... [click here for more]