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Fat Dragon Games (FDG) sent me a cool new accessory for HeroClix and other Superhero games (Mutants & Masterminds, etc). FDG specializes in cardboard 3-d objects and printable maps, all contained in jpg/pdf for easy printing and assembling. Really, it's darned easy.
(note: This is not a paid advertisement. It's just a really cool product we want to highlight for our readers.)
Fat Dragon Games has a multitude of products, mostly for medieval settings and future settings, but we're just going to focus on their moderen setting products, since that's what works perfectly for HeroClix.
The set that Fat Dragon Games sent to us is CAPITAL CITY. This is just hella cool and brings a brand new realism to your games.
From the manufacturer:
CAPITAL CITY brings a visually stunning urban environment to your tabletop. Everything you need to create a dynamic city is included in this set, from streets and cars to buildings and all the accessories you've come to expect from FDG. Most files include user selectable graphic options, allowing you to customize your city your way. This set also includes support for 1" grid, 1.5 inch grid (clix miniature games), no grid, and 1" hexagons. This model set includes:
• 5 unique building styles, each with user definable graphic options
• Exclusive 'Quick Collapse' building design for easy transport and storage
• 1.5" grid street tiles • 1" grid street tiles • No grid street tiles • 1" hexagon grid tiles
• Crashed car • Taxi • Sinkhole tile • Dumpster • Fire escape • Fire • HVAC unit
• Rooftop access • Traffic light • Rooftop water tower
• Full color instructions • Beginners guide to card modeling
• User selectable graphics include pot holes, police tape, broken and boarded up windows, litter, body outlines (including super villain themed), various weathering effects, building details and color options, bird poop and much more!
Overall I found the pages super-easy to view and print. Constructing of the bigger pieces was a little more difficult for me, but I'm pretty sure it's just me -- I gave a printed set to one my friends, who emailed me the next day and said, "You're an idiot. My 16-year-old put everything together in under an hour."
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