Warhammer Fantasy Battle: Template Set
Looking like they've been taken from an Empire Engineer's workbench, the Warhammer template set contains a pair of ornate templates for use in your games. The flame template is used for all manner of spells, the breath weapons of monstrous creatures and some exotic war machines. The area affected by the flame is defined by the outside of the template. The sun device comprises both a small and large template and even has the central holes for specific targeting. You use the inside of the circle to define the area that has been hit.
This set contains two pre-painted plastic templates, one tear-drop shaped and one round.
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