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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP11 Oct 2016 8:39 p.m. PST

"In my younger days back in the 80s we did a lot of role-playing. Should have been studying but instead played D&D for three days straight sort too much role-playing. One thing we used to do was make cardboard flats for gaming in New Zealand in those days you just didn't get metals although most people I knew had the odd figure here and there. So, as aids for combat and so forth I used to draw my own and mount them on card. Had a big collection especially Judge Dredd flats that I wish I still had but it went south many decades ago.

In recent years flats have made a big comeback. Go to Drivethru-RPG and you can find dozens of down-loadable minis. There are even fan-made freebies out there like these ones for Tekumel: Empire of the Petal Throne RPG (these examples are single sided)…"
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