Battle! Studio Paper Minis: Gnome Adventurers PDF
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You may have reams of paper monsters to menace your fantasy world, but where are the heroes?
Battle! Studio Paper Minis: Gnome Adventurers is a collection of 20 easy-to-build paper gaming miniatures, featuring a variety of gnomish heroes! Befitting the whimsical, capricious nature of these fey fellows, there are a number of unique and colorful characters to inspire players and game masters alike with new ideas.
Each paper mini comes in two different color variations, as well as a line-art only version, so that you can color them yourself if you so desire. Provided as a high quality 300 DPI PDF and scaled at the 1 inch to 5 feet scale used by the world’s most popular fantasy role playing games, they are drawn with just enough detail that all the elements of their design are visible, even when printed and standing an inch high.
As a player, you can use them as you would a sculpted miniature, finding one that best represents your character and coloring it to match—or you could peruse the minis and find one you like, using it as inspiration for a new character. As a GM, you instantly have a large cast of visually unique NPCs that your players will recognize on sight—even if they don’t remember their names! For more fun, you can assign miniatures to your players randomly and have them build characters around whichever ones they end up with!
At about 7 cents a mini, this is a value you should be physically incapable of missing out on! Download your copy today!
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