[...] I'm excited by the option of just having Fantacy Facades, which can give me the visual impact I want without crowding d20s and Doritos off the tabletop!
Owen KC Stephens
Starfinder Design Lead
This little piece is genius... If you know anything about table props you know an element like this can alter the feel of all the pieces around it. Bannerless Builds won me right here!
Owner of Lost Spheres Publishing
One of the problems with playing as much as our group does, is that our tabletop terrain takes a beating over the years and pieces need to be reordered. That's just not going to happen here. I can throw these in my bag before a convention and add some quick scenery to the table without having to worry about dragging around a carrying case full of protected terrain. At the same time, for our public projects that have thousands of fans watching, Fantasy Facades also has the detail to dazzle on the tabletop as it needs to. It's a rare thing to find scenery that can do both.
Order of the Amber Die, GM
[...] Not only does physical terrain add a beautiful visual element, but I’ve noticed that my players are more likely to think three-dimensionally in terms of their actions when presented with a 3D environment. They start seeing walls to climb, roofs to sneak over, and shadows to hide in. I’m excited to use my town set when it’s my turn again in the gamemaster throne. My players will be enjoying Sandpoint through the magic of Fantasy Facades!
Geek Dad Blogger
I enjoy the Bannerless Builds system of rearranging and locking different terrain pieces into place. This allows for a more dynamic scene or game space that can be created. As a painter, I really like the stylized feel of the terrain as well as the open spaces to place freehand or customize storefronts.
I’m in love with this concept, and the execution matches the dream. Easy to store, easy to setup and manage, and easy to make your own. I can reach over the screen and setup a simple street in seconds, or pre-build a whole area in minutes.[...]
Greying Legion, Formerly Hasbro
[...] the quality is great and you absolutely should check them out if you use 3D terrain in your tabletop games.
Publisher of the Aethera RPG
I think that they’re neat! I’ve never built my own 3d terrain, but I could totally see using these. The size is good relative to minis. The individual pieces are sturdy as heck! [...] I do think it’s neat how you can put the pieces together however you want to get more use out of the same things! So not every town will look exactly the same.
I only played with these for a few minutes, but the quality looks amazing and it looks like they’ll be fun to use in a game.
Pathfinder Managing Developer at Paizo Inc.
easy to set up and put away
Fantasy Facades allow you to setup a scene in second with their signature clips. When you're done playing, they store down to the size of a shoebox. It couldn't be easier or more convenient to play with 3D Terrain.
Our Stress Tests
Our products are made from a durable resin that can withstand extreme conditions. That means that these terrain pieces will last you for the rest of your life. Don't believe us? Check out our tests!