Love these maps. Especially the seasonal version. I am running a campaign in winter currently, and the snow on the ground really helps drive it home. I hope to see more of the seasonal variety in the town maps.
The artwork is fantastic, and I look forward to expanding my collection.
I needed a small tower and using this map and PS (Gimp also would be possible), I was able to build myself a beautiful little one. But some day our group will hopefully also enter this great tower. Can recommend!
Six scenarios from the start of World War One, most with 'what if' variants, a couple of optional tweaks to the main ruleset, a simple campaign system, plus a pile of data cards for ships of the Royal Navy, German navy and Austria-Hungary.
Note the timescale in the description: 1914-1915. This means Jutland isn't included and will doubtless be in another supplement.
I got it when it was a 'deal of the day' and I'm very happy. Had I paid full price, I might well have been not so enthusiastic....
I haven't played the game part yet, but love the models. It's pretty easy to print and build, probably the only challenge is the gun barrels, which have a seemingly odd way to build them.
But overall, it's worth it just to have an army of these little guys on the shelf.
I'm torn on this one - the model itself is great, really wonderful. But the instructions are not very helpful, it's this very odd "blueprint" system that uses a "match this numbered tab to this line", but I find instructions like "build this section, and connect it to this" more helpful than trying to read whether that line is marked "68" or "58". I ended up just winging it in the end, and hoping I got it right by eyeballing the photos of the completed Tavern.
Overall, it comes out to be a great model, it's just the instructions really are a pain....
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This product contains the map for a single level research station with tables, stations, view screens, and research targets contained with the lab. It comes with a video, a virtual tabletop map (JPG), and a pdf containing print and play pages with square, hex, and no-grid options. I can see using the map as a drop-in for an existing rpg campaign or as a battlemap for a tabletop wargame. Kudos to the creators for providing both VTT and PDF versions although I'd prefer the VTT version be PNG with a transparent background to blend better other objects along the edges....
I was most pleased with every aspect of this hard-to-find historical product. The scans were well legible, high-quality, included magazine inserts and mailing slip covers to boot, and were offered at a great price. The content was interesting and fostered a wonderful nostalgic feeling. I would patronize Past Into Print for any product.