Immersion with 3d Terrain

D&D DM DND geek GM nerd Second Life SL tabletop terrain ttrpg

A lot of people think that 3d terrain is just for show, but it can actually help with immersion. With a little bit of planning and creativity, you can use the physical space in your gaming area to create an environment where you really feel like you're there! One way to do this is by setting up different layers: one for ground cover and one for walls and other solid surfaces. You'll also want some kind of elevated surface - either a table or cushions on the floor - so that things don't get too crowded at eye level. The only limit here is your imagination!

I find it unfortunate that our space is extremely limited at this time, which makes it impossible to set up a table for our games. However, if you check out a previous post on playing in Second Life you’ll see that we’ve found a workaround with the beautiful work from /studioDire/.

I hope you have an excellent week filled with epic adventure!

-Orbb


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