Encounter Lairs 2 Templar Chapel
"Hidden beyond the crumbling tunnels and decrepit halls - past the verminous heretical creatures, the chapel had long remained. It was a constant sanctuary for The Order whilst the denizens of darkness had polluted the under-realms. Only The Order held back the encroachment of chaos."
Excerpt from The Tome of Lost Chambers
EL2 contains a one room printable hand drawn dungeon section, the Templar Chapel, by Billiam Babble of Inked Adventures (1 inch scale grid) with beautifully crafted "Imperfect People" colour printable miniatures, 5 Knights, 6 Holy Guards and a Bishop (25/28/30mm) by Dryw the Harper.
Suitable for any RPG or tabletop wargame in a fantasy or historical setting.
The Templar Chapel can be used as a room in a dungeon or as the interior of a building.
The iconography of the knights and the chapel itself are suitably abstract enough to fit in with any pantheon or secret cult in a campaign.
Perfect for one off encounters or as part of a larger campaign (compatible with the Inked Adventures Basic Pack and Evil Summonings).
Pack Contents - on the 3 printable pages
Cut-out miniatures (28-30mm scale)
5 Knights of the Order
6 Holy Guards
A full set of bases for the miniatures.
And the Templar Chapel
1 page dungeon section floor plan
6x9 1-inch squares - 30x45ft where 5ft=1sq
- Compatible with other Inked Adventures modular dungeon sections and most tiles suitable for 25-30mm figures.
Inked Adventures: http://inkedadventures.com
Dryw the Harper - Imperfect People (CBW forum)
This is an old-school print and cut-out style product for use on a real gaming table. To avoid disappointment we are obliged to say that this pack is not tailored to virtual table-top systems or digital map editors.
Thanks for browsing! - Billiam B.
billiambabble @ yahoo.co.uk
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