Pathfinder Terrain: Ruined Undercrypt of Kelmarane PDF

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Something foul lurks in the crypt below the ruined church of Sarenrae in the ghost town of Kelmarane—something so foul that the savage humanoids that now claim the town as their lair avoid the church entirely. What is the link between the strange, otherworldly influence in this sinister crypt and the town's troubled past, and can your characters survive to the end to find out?

WorldWorksGames in partnership with Paizo Publishing is proud to bring you our first release in the official Pathfinder Terrain series. The Ruined Undercrypt of Kelmarane serves as the climactic dungeon of the adventure "Howl of the Carrion King," the first installment in the Pathfinder Adventure Path Legacy of Fire! Bring your next game to life in a way that will simply astound your players!

This fully modular, 3-D terrain set is designed around a “place-as-you-play” framework to keep your players guessing as they pass through each area. It’s as easy as print, build and play! You’re not limited by specific build sizes or layouts, either; combine elements or print extra corridors to create massive undercrypt environments. And for those pressed for time, we’ve also included WorldWorksGames' exclusive 2.5-D build system, allowing you to use 2-D floor tiles combined with 3-D doors and props! All of this backed by our expertly crafted 300dpi custom textures and easy-to-follow instructions make this a must-have package for any Pathfinder Adventure Path fan.

    The Ruined Undercrypt of Kelmarane includes all of the following:
  • 102 pages of walls, floors, templates, and props (both 3-D and 2.5-D versions)
  • Richly illustrated 45-page instruction manual
  • Upper crypt Circular Antechamber with stairs, well and moveable gong
  • Upper crypt Main Crypt chamber with burial niches, raised dais platform and ceramic cask
  • Upper crypt Reliquary with hidden treasures
  • Lower crypt Antechamber with fully functional sliding portcullis! (Also includes flat nonfunctional version)
  • Lower crypt halls: 4 ancient modular hall sections with burial niches, archways and mist FX
  • Lower crypt Funerary Chamber: Large removable door, 6 removable columns (for easy play), ornate throne, raised two-step dais, angled chamber walls with entry arch
  • Mounting templates for all rooms and corridors
  • Includes 2-D tilesets for all 4 rooms and 5 halls!
  • Simplified 2.5-D version of cask
  • Includes freestanding 2.5-D doors, portcullis and archways!

So what are you waiting for? Take your next Pathfinder adventure to the next level and astound, delight, and inspire your players today!

File Size = 59.8 MB

Want a better idea of what it's like to build this terrain? Download the building instructions for the Ruined Undercrypt of Kelmarane (37 MB zipped PDF) now!

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Simply Gorgeous

5/5

There are other fold-up cardstock terrain companies, but none of them come close to the level of quality that World Works produces time after time. *The* best company at what they do!

The product gives a variety of options on how to use the product for less experienced builders or those with a tighter budget. And it can't be said enough: the textures & pallet are amazingly beautiful and atmospheric.


Loving it

5/5

My building blog is at:
My Undercrypt Build Blog

I needed to extend the length of Thunderspire Labyrinth, so used this to make up a set of crypts under the Horned Hold. I ended up making the rooms full 3D, but doing the corridors as 2D.

I've built a ton of WWG fantasy terrain, this set hands-down has the best instructions, and was incredibly well thought out from a construction viewpoint.

It took me about 10 hours to do everything, and that included time spent yelling at Sportscenter and being distracted by anything shiny happening in the room while I built...


5/5

I haven't had a chance to put this together quite yet, due to a shortage of ink. However, I have looked at it and the instructions in depth. I would definitely like to see more Pathfinder Terrain by Worldworks.


Stunning!!!

5/5

This is a great product due to its tie-in to the pathfinder adventure path. I have several products from World Works Games. I have to admit I have never attempted to assemble any of them.

I got this product over the weekend, printed it out and today I put together the first room. I assume the motivation to build this one compared to the others I have bought must be because it is already tailored to an adventure I am going to run. Taking out the step where I have to plan what I am going to build got me excited to construct this one.

This prodcut is not for someone that does not have he time or does not want to spend the time it takes to build these. It can be time consuming.




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Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

Is that pretty or what?

Liberty's Edge

This looks really good. I downloaded the instructions, and I think they'd also work great as templates for foam-and-flock constructions.

Paizo Employee Director of Brand Strategy

Vic Wertz wrote:
Is that pretty or what?

Even the instructions are a huge freakin' file. I'll need to get a new hard drive if I want to get all of these from now on! But that won't dissuade me. I can't wait to check this out.

Dark Archive

DO WANT!

My new laser printer is ready for this! Bwahahahahahah!


Just get an external Hard drive and dedicate it to these!

This is my Map Drive!

Sovereign Court

That looks pretty damn sweet, oh yes.

Scarab Sages

aarrghh...more to buy...you are evil!
Just kidding, these look really beautiful - probably will be the first time I try playing with 3D Terrain.

Dark Archive

I took a look at the downloadable building instructions and I have to say that it has just raised the bar a notch higher.
Great detail, clarity and overall usefulness both for the novice and the veteran.

Very good to see that both the full 3D and the easier 2.5D versions (the latter is awesome for those who prefer gaming mats or have storage issues) are included.

Dark Archive

I use all sorts of 3D terrain and props in my D&D/Pathfinder gaming, from Dwarven Forge to Paper terrain to Tact-tiles to Train set scenery and such.

I've been curious about WWG for quite some time, and this product might just be the one that makes me a customer. Very, very compelling stuff, I must say!

I have a question though: as far as the corridors and set pieces are concerned, how compatible are they with say... dwarven forge set pieces? Are hybrid dioramas easily built?


Looks like I'll need to buy a new flashdrive, but really looks like its worth it!

WorldWorksGames

Thanks for the comments gang! I just want to say that it was a terrific experience pulling this terrain together for Paizo. The staff was awesome and extremely helpful in getting this underway! We feel really fortunate to have our work associated with such an amazing license and the raw talent backing Pathfinder.

We can't wait to show you what we have up our sleeve for release #2 of the Pathfinder Terrain series! It's going to be awesome!

-Denny Unger

WorldWorksGames

Benoist Poiré wrote:


I have a question though: as far as the corridors and set pieces are concerned, how compatible are they with say... dwarven forge set pieces? Are hybrid dioramas easily built?

The terrain is modular but it is primarily structured around the cartography in a specific Pathfinder release. You can certainly build additional copies of corridors and rooms though to expand the core build. Generally, we use a different build system and dimensional standards than Dwarvenforge. That's not to say you can't mix the two but it might take some "kitbashing" to shape things how you want. See our forums for a ton of info on user kitbash techniques: http://www.worldworksgames.com/forum/

We plan on releasing additional "modularity add-on's" to each Pathfinder release. These expansions will add a higher degree of flexibility for builds that are outside of the original cartography layout. Mainly they'll offer unique connecting corridors in other formats (T and X junctions) as well as a generic room or two. This is fantastic news for anyone who needs an element to push the original environment into realms beyond the stock build.

As more terrain becomes available we'll probably release cross compatibility patches as well so that users can blend environments.

Exciting stuff all around! ;)

-Denny Unger

Liberty's Edge

Paizo Charter Superscriber; Pathfinder Companion, Pathfinder Accessories, PF Special Edition Subscriber; Starfinder Charter Superscriber

Anyone have an idea how much total the material costs to build something like this?

Sovereign Court

It depends on where you live, and what craft stores are near you.

In Vancouver, at Staples, up near the university, the foamcore costs 6 bucks a sheet, cardstock costs 14 bucks for 250 sheets, glue 2 bucks or so. If I went out to the burbs to a Michael's Craft or another bigger box store I think I could get the foamcore for a lot less, like 3 dollars a sheet (purchased in bulk).

Really rough estimate 10 bucks CAD, or what, 7-8 USD.

WorldWorksGames

Dragnmoon wrote:
Anyone have an idea how much total the material costs to build something like this?

Opinions vary but ultimately it depends which materials you are using, which printer, what inks and what deals are available to you. If you have time please check out our "Model Building Tips, Tricks & Questions" section at the WorldWorksGames forum: http://www.worldworksgames.com/forum/index.php . There you will find countless cost saving suggestions to really make this hobby truly affordable.

Liberty's Edge

Paizo Charter Superscriber; Pathfinder Companion, Pathfinder Accessories, PF Special Edition Subscriber; Starfinder Charter Superscriber
Denny wrote:


Opinions vary but ultimately it depends which materials you are using, which printer, what inks and what deals are available to you. If you have time please check out our "Model Building Tips, Tricks & Questions" section at the WorldWorksGames forum: http://www.worldworksgames.com/forum/index.php . There you will find countless cost saving suggestions to really make this hobby truly affordable.

Denny... Learn to Link you URLs :-p

Thanks for the Link!


hopeless wrote:
Looks like I'll need to buy a new flashdrive, but really looks like its worth it!

Well got the flash drive now will wait for pay day before seeing how this works out (and meanwhile I'll be reading that instruction pdf they mentioned!)

WHOA didn't notice that link with the Legacy of Fire campaign, now I have even greater reason to want to buy this!

Cheers!


I will be downloading this at midnight. Another excellent terrain set from World Works.

The Exchange

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Vic Wertz wrote:
Is that pretty or what?

I *will* own this ...

Contributor

Dooooooood, so frickin' sweet!!!!!!!

Liberty's Edge

Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Charter Superscriber

Does "currently unavailable" mean its already sold out, or not yet in the warehouse to be ordered?!


Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure, Lost Omens Subscriber

It´s a pdf, so my guess is that there are technical difficulties with ordering.

Stefan

Sczarni

Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure, Companion, Lost Omens Subscriber
Dryder wrote:
Does "currently unavailable" mean its already sold out, or not yet in the warehouse to be ordered?!

Maybe it got pushed back due to the pathfinder it is from getting pushed back as well....

Scarab Sages

This is soooo beautiful....YOU GUYS SUCK! YOU'RE TRYING TO BANKRUPT ME!!! The $17 wouldn't hurt too bad, but the printing costs would kill me!!! I need to wait a while til I can afford the likes of these unfortunately.

Paizo Employee Senior Software Developer

Normally stuff happens automagically but this product needed a switch to be flipped. That switch has been flipped, so it's now available for purchase.

Dark Archive

Downloading now. At a crawl. Damn.


Vic Wertz wrote:
Is that pretty or what?

as soon as we are able to buy it will be.. :)

Liberty's Edge

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

I wouldn't have the time to construct these, but as the product description helpfully points out, you can just print the floors to use as maps. Excellent!

WorldWorksGames

spamhammer wrote:
I wouldn't have the time to construct these, but as the product description helpfully points out, you can just print the floors to use as maps. Excellent!

The great thing about the format Spamhammer is that you can choose to build say 2-D corridors but with full 3-D rooms for main encounter areas. Mixing and matching gives you the flexibility to create a build that works with whatever time you have to dedicate. 3-D isn't as bad as you might think either time-wise. This is generally pretty fast stuff once you get into the groove.

Dark Archive

World Works is the BOMB!! I've been using their products for several years now. They have NEVER disappointed. I'm so excited that WW and Paizo have joined forces!

Dark Archive

Yesterday evening I printed the whole set for a full 3D build, and I have to say that the textures quality is something unreal.
Maybe it's just the new printer, but to me this set has reached an unprecedented level of crisp detail, color brilliance and inspiration.

This evening it's cut-out and templating/basing time, along a second run of Thoumont's ('cause it's just that good).

Looking forward to the next release of the Paizo+Worldworks line.


Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure, Lost Omens Subscriber

I eagerly wait for pictures of it all ;-) Honestly, I would love to see how it looks like if built by fans, as opposed to Danny - nothing against Danny (not at all!), but he should know how to build his own stuff perfectly.
I will start with castleworks today, to see how it works for me.

Stefan

WorldWorksGames

Stebehil wrote:

I eagerly wait for pictures of it all ;-) Honestly, I would love to see how it looks like if built by fans, as opposed to Danny - nothing against Danny (not at all!), but he should know how to build his own stuff perfectly.

I will start with castleworks today, to see how it works for me.

Stefan

If you have time Stefan, just so you can get a sense of how others do things, you can check out our user build galleries here or explore more from our community forums here. We genuinely love user submitted build photos as they tend to get more people on the band wagon :)


Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure, Lost Omens Subscriber
Denny wrote:
Stebehil wrote:

I eagerly wait for pictures of it all ;-) Honestly, I would love to see how it looks like if built by fans, as opposed to Danny - nothing against Danny (not at all!), but he should know how to build his own stuff perfectly.

I will start with castleworks today, to see how it works for me.

Stefan

If you have time Stefan, just so you can get a sense of how others do things, you can check out our user build galleries here or explore more from our community forums here. We genuinely love user submitted build photos as they tend to get more people on the band wagon :)

I had a short look already a few days ago when I decided to buy castleworks ultimate. Very cool pics there! I will have a more thorough look when (or if) I find the time.

I should have a look at the forum for more ideas for material and building. I just started with basing today, and I´m not done yet, but already noticed a thing or two.

Anyway, very cool work! Keep going. My campaign will definitely feature a fight in a castle if I get it running again :-)

Stefan

The Exchange

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TigerDave wrote:
Vic Wertz wrote:
Is that pretty or what?
I *will* own this ...

Crud! Crudcrudcrudcrudcrud!

Stupid real life, job interviews and resume writing! I completely forgot about this! DANG!

Oh well, add another purchase and download complete! GLEEEEEE!

(This is my seventh WorldWorks product - won't be my last.)

Liberty's Edge

Paizo Charter Superscriber; Pathfinder Companion, Pathfinder Accessories, PF Special Edition Subscriber; Starfinder Charter Superscriber
Stebehil wrote:


I should have a look at the forum for more ideas for material and building. I just started with basing today, and I´m not done yet, but already noticed a thing or two.

Stebehil,

What would you suggest for a good store in Germany to buy supplies for this?


Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure, Lost Omens Subscriber
Dragnmoon wrote:
Stebehil wrote:


I should have a look at the forum for more ideas for material and building. I just started with basing today, and I´m not done yet, but already noticed a thing or two.

Stebehil,

What would you suggest for a good store in Germany to buy supplies for this?

I ordered the foamcore from besthobby link - just put the word "Leichtstoffplatte" into the search function on the right side and choose "schwarz" from the result, and there you are. They delivered fast and it was not very expensive.

For paper, I had a supply of 180 grams per square meter paper lying around, with a relatively rough surface - depending on the printer used, the color might not hold on paper that is too smooth (I had that problem when testing the possibility of using self-adhesive paper for the floor - the color got minor white spots in it.) I think using a 200 gram paper would not hurt either.

For glue, I´m still experimenting - "Uhu Flinke Flasche" with green markings seems to be too fluid and caused warping, a glue stick like "Pritt" seems to work so far, but you need lots of that stuff. I have yet to test the UHU Office Pen Danny recommends.

I had one of those green cutting mats lying around anyways and a small knife as well, and just bought a new aluminium ruler from a local shop. For the ruler, you should care that it has some foam on the underside.

Look at Dannys website, there are threads dedicated towards the aspects of building these models.

Stefan

Liberty's Edge

Pathfinder Companion, Pawns, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game, Starfinder Society Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Charter Superscriber

Hmmm I dunno.. I'd definitely buy this preprinted... but I don't know about having to do all the work.

WorldWorksGames

SirUrza wrote:
Hmmm I dunno.. I'd definitely buy this preprinted... but I don't know about having to do all the work.

Some prefer the "print as much as you want" flexibility of the PDF format. That said, we're all for getting this out there in a pre-printed format but ultimately it depends on demand. If enough of you scream loudly, maybe the Paizo gods will hear you ;)

Scarab Sages

This is awesome - congrats to both companies for this great partnership. WWG produces by far the best 3d paper modelling stuff and Paizo produces by far the best adventures.... how can this not go well?

It'll be a long time before I get to Legacy of Fire (we're just starting CotCT), but that will give me lots of time to build the terrain in anticipation... :)

PS: Hey Webmonster, check this out: CoolIris Your Site. It'd be great for collections of photos like in this item description. :)

The Exchange

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WWGDenny wrote:
Some prefer the "print as much as you want" flexibility of the PDF format.

I am definitely of this category here.

As a Warhammer player I am already programmed with the "builder" mindset, and I want more versatility from buying this product than one adventure run. So, using this one product I can expand rooms, stretch hallways and make new ones, and build tons of the dressing materials for my games and scatter them all over the place. Also, if I am in a rush, I can just select the 2.5 option and it's quick-and-easy adventuring!

This is the seventh WorldWorks product I own. I have some Mayhem products for Heroclix and Mutants and Masterminds games. I also have the Gothic, Chunky Dungeon, Cathedral Noctis and Noctis: Requiem products, and these together give me a very wide range of options. I recommend them heartily.


Gee, and I thought building unpainted 3-d Spelljammer models from foam and foamcore board was cool.


Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure, Lost Omens Subscriber
razmatic wrote:
Gee, and I thought building unpainted 3-d Spelljammer models from foam and foamcore board was cool.

Hey, got a few pics of those? I always loved Spelljammer, although I never had a chance to play. (And I´m still trying to get the line complete - quite some distance still to go, got about 2/3 of the gaming stuff and three of the novels.) The strange ship forms were always something to be amazed about.

Stefan


I am new to paper modeling and I just built my first set, caveworks, over the last couple of weeks ( it does take some time to build, but it is fun and something to do) and it turned out awesome. I printed up enough copies of the pdf's so that I can build any size cave system that I run across. I am currently going to debut it in " Children of the Void" next week.

As far as costs, the glue I use costs $ 3.00 per tube, of which I used three. The card stock I bought was 12.00 for 250 sheets. The one BIG advantage I have is I use the printer at work, so I cannot attest to the cost of the ink. You will also need an xacto knife and a ruler, not even five busks at Wal-Mart.

I didn't think I had the time either but I do it just sitting around watching tv. And of course the wonderful MI weather lately has kept me inside as well, so I found the time and it is well worth it.

Dark Archive

Stebehil wrote:

I eagerly wait for pictures of it all ;-) Honestly, I would love to see how it looks like if built by fans, as opposed to Danny - nothing against Danny (not at all!), but he should know how to build his own stuff perfectly.

I will start with castleworks today, to see how it works for me.

Stefan

Couldn't resist posting these pics, so even if it's just the first room... well here's the results from a non-professional guy. :-P

I placed a mini, just for atmosphere.
Photos are quite large (about 2MB), be patient.

First
Second
Third
Fourth
Fifth

CAREFUL! The webhost seems to have annoying NSFW ads!

The white lines you can see at base of the walls is just excess glue that reflects the flash light from the camera.

Sovereign Court

Pathfinder Companion, Pathfinder Accessories, Pawns, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game, Starfinder Society Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Charter Superscriber
golem101 wrote:
Couldn't resist posting these pics, so even if it's just the first room... well here's the results from a non-professional guy. :-P

Impressive...so, how long did it take?

The Exchange

Pathfinder Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber
golem101 wrote:
Couldn't resist posting these pics, so even if it's just the first room... well here's the results from a non-professional guy. :-P

VERY nice! Even if half the links sent me to porn sites before I could see the images ... O_O

Dark Archive

1 hour and a half cutting, edging and gluing the walls, the floor sections and the stairs. Then I left the walls under a stack of books overnight to have them dry out the glue without any warping.
About 1 hour more placing the walls in place, then the floor sections and finally the stairs.

Mind that it was not a frantic effort, and there were many pauses during which I worked on the props (the gong) and I started cutting stuff for room #2.

TigerDave, sorry, probably I'm too accustomed to Firefox with AdBlock. Can't see any of them. :-P

The Exchange

Pathfinder Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber
golem101 wrote:
TigerDave, Sorry, probably I'm too accustomed to Firefox with AdBlock. Can't see any of them.

Not your fault, sir. Just one of those instances where I'm glad I didn't do a "Hey kids - come check THIS out!"

(...aaaaand, also installed - thanks!!)


golem101 wrote:
Stebehil wrote:

I eagerly wait for pictures of it all ;-) Honestly, I would love to see how it looks like if built by fans, as opposed to Danny - nothing against Danny (not at all!), but he should know how to build his own stuff perfectly.

I will start with castleworks today, to see how it works for me.

Stefan

Couldn't resist posting these pics, so even if it's just the first room... well here's the results from a non-professional guy. :-P

Looks good man.

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