Review: Crooked Staff Publishing – Colony 19 Room Set


Colony 19 Room Set
Colony 19 Room Set is a modular sci-fi battlemap add-on set published by Crooked Staff Publishing and cartography by Kristian Richards.
By Aaron T. Huss

Colony 19 Room Set is a modular add-on to the Colony 19 Starter Set and contains a pair of large along with a collection of corridors or other tiles that are designed to link one room to another (not simply a corridor). It contains the same beautiful textures as the starter set and utilizes the same design features. In addition, as with the starter set, all elements and doors are separate so they can simply be cut-out and place anywhere within the battlemap or simply not included. Much of the Room Set’s design is meant for flexibility not only with the starter set but also with itself allowing you to create various configurations for the large rooms by combining the tiles in different ways.

OVERALL

Considering the lack of large rooms in the Colony 19 Starter Set, this Room Set is a welcomed addition. It provides those possibly key large rooms along with different corridors and elements to build upon that starter set.

RATINGS

Publication Quality: 10 out of 10
Colony 19 Room Set follows the same high-quality as the starter set, but not only that, all the tiles are properly cut so as not to interfere with the overall look of the battlemap and ease of use for the tiles.

Visual Appeal: 10 out of 10
The textures, wall design, and elements all look fantastic and make the set a great addition to your tabletop, not only for functionality but for looks too. It’s clean and smooth and visually stunning!

Desire to Use: 10 out of 10
Colony 19 Room Set is an add-on to the starter set. Considering this, there’s very little why those using the starter set wouldn’t want to use this room set as well. The large rooms are perfect add-ons while the small corridors add great visual appeal.

Overall: 10 out of 10
Colony 19 Room Set is a definite must have for those using the Colony 19 Starter Set. There is very little that hasn’t already been said other than you can make awesome battlemaps when combining this with the starter set.

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