Hexton Hills Adventure Pack 3 - New Horizons

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New Horizons

Broaden the scope of your adventures with the Hexton Hills 'New Horizons' Adventure Pack 3. Designed to enhance your existing Starter set map, this 24 tile hex pack offers fresh destinations, roads, and settlements to fuel your storytelling.

Every tile is printed and unpainted, allowing for customization that caters to your narrative. With high-quality 3D printing, the tiles offer a tangible reality to your gaming world, bringing landscapes and points of interest to life.

This pack includes the following expertly crafted 3D printed tiles:

  • 8 Various Road Tiles: Connect your landscapes with these diverse road pieces.
  • 1 Crossroads Tile: A vital intersection for numerous possible paths.
  • 2 Fork Road Tiles: The choice of paths diverging in your adventurous landscape.
  • 2 Plains and Hills Tiles: Add depth to your map with these expansive landscapes.
  • 1 Fortune Teller Tile: A mysterious figure foretelling the future, or perhaps revealing hidden secrets.
  • 1 Clay Pit Tile: A natural resource that could become a pivotal location in your narrative.
  • 1 Town Tile: Enhance your map with the hustle and bustle of a thriving town.
  • 1 Farm Tile: Represent the backbone of your rural economy and landscape.
  • 1 Lonely Homestead Tile: A remote dwelling with its own secrets and stories.
  • 2 Woodland Tiles: Add patches of dense forest for exploration or sanctuary.
  • 3 Woodland Border Tiles: Define the edge of your forests and the transition to other terrains.
  • 1 Bandit Camp Tile: A potential hotspot for danger and unexpected encounters.

Each tile is produced with PLA on an FDM printer, ensuring high quality and detail. Colours may vary, and the product arrives unassembled.

With the Hexton Hills 'New Horizons' Adventure Pack 3, every game evolves into a richer and more engaging narrative, filled with fresh adventures and possibilities. Explore the uncharted corners of your imagination and map today.

Would you rather print these yourself? Click here for the STLs