VMD Junctions and Wall Ends
Gaming terrain ideal for use with 28mm RPG miniatures & figurines associated with games like Dungeons and Dragons, Pathfinder, etc....
This set, small as it is, unleashes the power of the VMD. Using Junctions and Wall Ends, you can build adjoining rooms and break up interior spaces without crowding your minis.
Wall End sections are set back 1/4" from the edge of the floor tile on three sides, allowing you to create breaks in wall sections that still give miniatures plenty of space for access and positioning. They also allow you to lay out rooms with partial walls that provide the same freedom of movement and access (See Photo #3).
T-Junction sections break up interior spaces along an exterior wall. This is perfect for making small rooms that back up on a long hallway, or the outside wall of a building.
Cross-Junctions break up interior spaces too, but they do this four ways, so that you can create a network of adjoining rooms.
All of these elements are made of durable resin, and are compatible with all other Versatile, Modular Dungeon (VMD) sets.
4 1" X 1" Wall Ends
3 1" X 1" T-Junctions
1 1" X 1" Cross-Junction
Note: Photos #1, #3, #4 & #5 show what Wall Ends can look like when They are painted and combined with other sets (miniatures not included). Photo #2 shows a single unpainted Wall End by itself.
If you do not see something that you want, feel free to place a custom order!
For an additional charge, this set can be ordered pre-painted.
This set can also be ordered with or without a 1/4" base to make the floor height compatible with other popular modular dungeons. Basing does not affect the price of the set.
Miniatures (not included) shown in pictures #1, #3, & #4 can be purchased separately from Reaper Miniatures at:
About the texture artist:
The texturing for these pieces was done by Chris Lewis, a truly amazing freelance digital sculptor. His work includes many miniature figure designs, which are currently being sold by Reaper Miniatures (http://www.reapermini.com/Miniatures/chris%20lewis).
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