Printable character stands and customizable dice

The indispensable and incredible Hammerknight has put together a truly inspired set of items you can import into HeroMachine to enhance your tabletop RPGs even more. I've posted them all over on the UGO forums, but wanted to be sure and add a post pointing to them here as well.

He's got printable and loadable templates for d4, d6, d8, and d20; round and square flat character bases; and both A-frame and tri-fold character stands.

Here are a few samples by Hammerknight of the kinds of things you can do with these really nifty tools. Please drop him a line of thanks for all his hard work, and if you end up using any of these in your campaign I'd sure love to hear about it. Enjoy!



11 Responses to Printable character stands and customizable dice

  1. I’ve been printing A-frame miniatures for my role playing games for YEARS going all the way back to HM1.0 Of course I had to export the characters as JPGs and then reduce their size in a Word document. This did allow me to put a dozen or more minis on one sheet of card stock, but it’s great to have the option built right in to HM.

    This is a fantastic add-on HK! Well done.

  2. Me, Myself & I

    That is a really great idea HammerKnight! One of the most creative I’ve seen so far.

  3. never played table top rpg but i might start now.

  4. Wow! I never thought of this application before. Good job Sir HammerKnight!

  5. That’s really clever. Right on, Hammerknight.

  6. Cybertourk

    This is a really neat idea, very out-of-the-box.

  7. Hammerknight

    Thanks everyone. I made the designs for these about 2 years ago, but we were waiting for the right time in HM3 so that everyone could use them.

  8. I can’t believe it took me two years :-/

  9. This is great! I have been working on something like this myself but now I won’t have to. Thanks Hammerknight.

  10. Cool. I might be able to put the dice to work at GenCon this year.

  11. Hammerknight

    @dblade, I would love to go to a Con, I’ve only been to one. In San Antonio, the SanJapan 2009. Maybe someday I’ll get to go to a better one.