GameMastery Spell Templates: Miniatures Skirmish Package
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The STEEL SQWIRE Miniatures Skirmish Package is designed to enhance your miniatures games.
Each package contains 4 wire templates to outline area of effects on the game map. Each package contains a 10' and 20' radius and 30' straight and diagonal cone templates. The templates are constructed of .092 in. steel wire and are computer-bent to exact standards.
The Miniatures Skirmish Package also contains a Line of Sight Indicator. The Line of Sight Indicator is a circular disk with a retractable string to determine Line of Sight. It also contains an adhesive backing for attaching to your miniatures.
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