LOA Figures

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LOA Figures

Postby General » Wed Dec 26, 2018 7:01 pm

For Legends of Arabia, are there any paper figures or chits provided? Where could you get some paper figures on-line? :?:
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Re: LOA Figures

Postby Maj. Diz Aster » Wed Dec 26, 2018 7:14 pm

General wrote:For Legends of Arabia, are there any paper figures or chits provided? Where could you get some paper figures on-line? :?:


You might find some free ones at One Monk Miniatures in their Dryw's Imperfect Creations of their downloads section

http://onemonk.com/dryw-gallery-of-galleries.html



One Monk Miniatures has LOTS of free paper figures in their Downloads section, from all genres

http://onemonk.com/downloads.html
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Re: LOA Figures

Postby stryderg » Thu Dec 27, 2018 4:13 pm

Paper stand ups: http://zenseeker.net/PaperMiniatures/
More paper stand ups: https://printableheroes.com/minis

Ed has a short tutorial on making counters with 1 inch double sided tape. I've used it for Hammer & Anvil and the method works well.

There are a bunch of free images around the net, search for "rpg tokens" and "rpg icons".
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Re: LOA Figures

Postby Crinklechips » Sat Dec 29, 2018 11:17 pm

stryderg wrote:Paper stand ups: http://zenseeker.net/PaperMiniatures/
More paper stand ups: https://printableheroes.com/minis

Ed has a short tutorial on making counters with 1 inch double sided tape. I've used it for Hammer & Anvil and the method works well.

There are a bunch of free images around the net, search for "rpg tokens" and "rpg icons".


Wow! Thanks for the printableheroes link. Just what I've been looking for!
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Re: LOA Figures

Postby General » Sun Dec 30, 2018 2:31 am

Yes, thanks a bunch!
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