If a glue stick challenges your abilities, then take a look at paperwork 2.5D dungeons. They look cool; because, you use your printer to do the art work. They are easy to do; because, cut and paste is something you learned in elementary school. Kristian Richards adds his special take on the 2.5D terrain world. These seven posts teach you how to make paperwork 2.5D terrain.
Kristian adds his skills to the 2.5D modular terrain created and popularized by The Dungeon Master G. Creating a set of terrain modules makes map setup easy. Modular tile sets don't have to fill a closet. They let you create almost limitless maps. Plus they let the DM improvise situations easily. Both of these guys stand on DM Scotty's shoulders.
DM Scotty is the creative force behind 2.5D terrain. He created terrain that helps players visualize the situation and doesn't get in the way of play. Because, the tiles are basically flat; they store well and you can easily lug them around. Did I mention they are really inexpensive?
Warm up your printer to step into the world of paperwork 2.5D terrain.
1. 2.5D Printable Floors And Doors
Every dungeon needs a floor and some walls. These make the passageways and the rooms for encounters. Add in a mysterious door or two to complete a good adventure.
Kristian gives you the paperwork patterns in PDF files as well as instructions for creating your own tiles in My take on the 2.5D dungeon system.
2. 2.5D Printable Dungeon Pillars
These pillars enhance the playing environment and don't get it your way. This is just what you want from 3D pieces.
Learn how to create your own pillars in Making Pillars for the Dungeon.
3. Printable 2.5D Tombs
How cool is it to explore the dungeon? How much cooler is it to discover an ancient tomb?
Add a new printable to expand your tile set in Tombs in the 2.5D Dungeon.
4. Printable 2.5D Rubble
Ancient dungeons can collapse. Tomb robbers can defile a final resting place. DM's can use modular rubble tiles to spice up a familiar map.
Learn the secretes of modular rubble tiles in Rubble in the Dungeon.
5. Making Printable 2.5D Sacks And Barrels
You can never tell what you might find in a storehouse. Let's go ahead and build on the modular tile concept. A nice room with some interesting provisions stacked strategically could be the ticket to a great adventure.
Learn how to make your own tiles in Making Sacks & Barrels.
6. Furniture For The 2.5D Printable Dungeon
No guardroom is complete without a table and benches. You can never tell what was left on the tabletop. Besides you may need to rest your bones for a few minutes.
Whip up some Furniture for the 2.5d dungeon.
7. Chairs For The 2.5D Dungeon System
This chair may too big. But then again it might be just right. That is once the sleeping guard wakes up.
Create your own Chairs for the 2.5D dungeon system.