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Finger and Toe Release Action Figure Set: LIAM: Core Modules

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unknown member writes:

[q]The lighting always seems to be done in a way to make them look better than I suspect they might be in the flesh[/q]

Actually in my experience they look better than photographs, since due to reasons unknown to me images on paper doesn't look to hot when photographed. That's why some paper terrain vendors now are using 3D renders.

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Finger and Toe Models announces the release of its second Action Figure terrain set, L.I.A.M. (Large Interactive Action-figure Modules). This PDF cardstock set can be used to build a secret headquarters, an evil lair, a hidden laboratory, or just a really dangerous neighborhood for your 3¾" action figures to explore. It can be added to the previous Finger and Toe action-figure release, Outlands, for even more variety.

LIAM Core Modules

This set was actually proposed by a seven-year-old named Liam, who wanted more places to play with his action figures. He produced a simple paper half-cube, and that was the genesis of L.I.A.M.: Core Modules. This set is designed so that you only need scissors (with one exception: the slit in the door), so with adult supervision, a younger gamer should be able to assemble it.

Build four module levels, then stack and connect with bridges to create a stage for your adventures. A basic core module is a five-inch cube, so a four-module level is ten inches square and five high. (For a slide show, go to

Remember, every Finger and Toe model comes with smoosh assurance: if ya'll smoosh your L.I.A.M.: Core Modules, a new set waits your summons from hard drive and printer.

L.I.A.M.: Core Modules is available from or for $3.50 USD.

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