Endless Terrain: Heavy Forest Map Tiles


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Liberty's Edge

Well now this seems to be exactly what I need but also makes me hesitant due to the cosmetic problems and no refund policy. Add to that the fact it comes in a tube and will therefore have to be unrolled and flattened to be usable which in itself may cause the wrinkling or even a seperation of the laminate definitely makes me cautious espcially at the cost of $50 plus. I am looking at buying both items but would love to hear from anyone even the developer regarding straightening the rolled tiles. Again if the tiles are in a tube they must be thin similar to the flip mats which in itself is not a major problem but still one nonetheless.I have purchased a number of flip mats and they work great but I absolutely hate (with a capital H) the creasing from the folds but I can work around it because the pricing is bout half of the endless terrain. Overall you get more smaller maps with this company which when put together seem to make one large map of a size equivalent to the flip mats. If I can get some type of response from the developer or somene who may have play teseted thise things I will most likely purchase this within a week, after which I will write a review.


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ancientdm wrote:
Well now this seems to be exactly what I need but also makes me hesitant due to the cosmetic problems and no refund policy. Add to that the fact it comes in a tube and will therefore have to be unrolled and flattened to be usable which in itself may cause the wrinkling or even a seperation of the laminate definitely makes me cautious espcially at the cost of $50 plus. I am looking at buying both items but would love to hear from anyone even the developer regarding straightening the rolled tiles. Again if the tiles are in a tube they must be thin similar to the flip mats which in itself is not a major problem but still one nonetheless.I have purchased a number of flip mats and they work great but I absolutely hate (with a capital H) the creasing from the folds but I can work around it because the pricing is bout half of the endless terrain. Overall you get more smaller maps with this company which when put together seem to make one large map of a size equivalent to the flip mats. If I can get some type of response from the developer or somene who may have play teseted thise things I will most likely purchase this within a week, after which I will write a review.

I just received these plus the dungeon tile ones. It's pretty subjective, of course, but I'm quite happy. They are a little too small for my tastes - the bonus you mention of no folds is offset somewhat by the need to place one or two maps together to form larger areas.

Unfortunately, about 3 out of the 10 included noticeable 'wrinkles' from the laminate (whether that's representative or not, who knows?). However, only one side is significantly deformed enough to impact on how figures sit - the rest is a purely cosmetic effect which doesn't bug me.

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