Paper Minis for Lost Mine of Phandelver
Fairly new DM here. A while ago I tried running a campaign I was writing myself, and it failed completely. I had zero experience, had no idea what I was doing, and was completely unprepared. I tried again, this time with Lost Mine of Phandelver (which is fantastic), and it's going great! The one problem I ran into was minis. I knew I wanted some sort of representation of the battlefield, but really couldn't drop a bunch of money. So I just did some googling, found some images I liked, and through them together. I figured I'd share it here and some strategies to make sure the minis come out well.
I just printed them onto regular printer paper, cut them out with an exacto knife, and laminated them with non-thermal laminating sheets. I then cut them out of the laminating sheets and used binder clips as stands. I mostly put this together so new DMs would have all the minis they'd need for the the first two parts of the story.
If anyone has any pointers on how to improve these let me know!
Collection of thousands of RPG horror stories.
Submitted August 13, 2018 at 08:40PM by Doctor-Amazing
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5e monster manual on a business card
Submitted August 11, 2018 at 03:42PM by Oshojabe
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Episode of the True Crime Series “See No Evil” about the Loretta Saunders murder case in Halifax
Submitted April 04, 2018 at 02:45PM by cameltoeee
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Submitted August 10, 2018 at 11:50AM by Palana
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Philip Riteman, Holocaust survivor, dead at 96
Submitted August 08, 2018 at 11:51PM by insino93
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Breech of the 16” gun on board Japanese battleship Nagato at Japan. Photographed by crew of USS Iowa (BB 61), August 1945. [2225 x 1938]
Submitted August 08, 2018 at 11:16AM by RyanSmith
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William Gibson Has a Theory About Our Cultural Obsession With Dystopias
Submitted August 03, 2018 at 06:08PM by KrzysztofKietzman
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Have you ever wondered how people with a poor eyesight see the world without glasses or contact lenses? The artist Philip Barlow show it vividly to us through his fascinating oil paintings.
Submitted July 30, 2018 at 09:24AM by ksapx
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A Fall of Moondust, by Arthur C Clarke [Fred Gambino]
Submitted July 30, 2018 at 10:08AM by pookie_wocket
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