September 10, 2013 by dracs
Fat Dragon Games have published a series of promo images before they release their Mines of the Mountain King set to get us an idea of just what to expect in these deep twisting tunnels.
From these pictures we can see that the terrain set provides us with a great variety of options and settings, as well as little additional pieces like mushrooms and mine carts which are just begging to have rules and scenarios written for them.
A terrain set up is at its best when it feels interactive. Different scenery pieces affect your models, whether it is just their movement or something more inventive. Fat Dragon’s Mines of the Mountain King looks to contain tons of opportunities for just such gaming.
Do any of you ever use printable terrain?