Bits of Mayhem: Downtown Expansion PDF
Matt Lyon does it again with another incredible expansion to the city of Mayhem. This time we go Downtown and add another booster shot to our extremely popular Bits of Mayhem model set. Let the combat spill over into the business district of Mayhem with these amazing new "HollyWood Flats" style buildings. These models are built with speed in mind allowing you to quickly fill a table with buildings in no time flat! Extend the scope, scale and richness of your city layout with this much needed downtown building set. Mix and match elements to create incredible new buildings of varying size. Slap on a slew of new doors and signs to get those strategic entry points right where you need them!
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Bits of Mayhem: Downtown is an expansion set to Matt Lyon's original Bits of Mayhem release. It is strongly recommended that you purchase the original Bits of Mayhem to use in conjunction with Downtown.
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