Terrain Toolbox

There’s only a week left to get in on Sneak Attack Press’s latest Kickstarter campaign for Terrain Toolbox! Here’s what Sneak Attack Press has to say…

“The oil-soaked bridge leaps into flames.

Skeletal hands burst from the soil and clutch at your ankles.

The massive stone you stand on flies through the air and crashes into the cloud giant as you leap off and attack.

Every battle takes place somewhere, thus every battle features terrain. Sometimes all you need is a place to stand, maybe some trees or ruins to provide cover, but sometimes you want more. You want your terrain to have a major impact on the story or the heroes’ tactics. You want the Fire Swamp or the Bridge of Khazad Dum.

That’s what Terrain Toolbox is for.

Terrain Toolbox provides 48 sample terrains you can drop into combat, like a blood mage’s circle, solid clouds, and lightning pillars. Each sample terrain includes cosmetic and rules variations, giving you hundreds of possibilities. Plus the book offers advice to create your own terrain.

Terrain Toolbox was originally published for 4E and Pathfinder 1E. Both editions are now electrum best sellers on DriveThruRPG and have great reviews. Now we’re excited to bring Terrain Toolbox to 5th Edition and Pathfinder 2nd Edition.”

 

The campaign funded within 24 hours and has already hit a number of stretch goals, including my own Vile Vapors, a supplement detailing 20 of the most lethal gasses ever faced by explorers of sewers, dungeons, and other subterranean spaces! I’ll also be helping out with the conversions of both Terrain Toolbox and Vile Vapors from 5E to PF2. If you need tools to make your encounters a little more interesting (and a lot more deadly), be sure to check it out!

Author: niznocspeaks

William Fischer is a creator of weird and terrifying worlds for tabletop roleplaying games.

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