Finger and Toe releases Tzak-Nal: the City

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Aug 12th, 2010
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Finger and Toe have released a Meso American themed terrain set, Tzak-Nal: the City.

Tzak-Nal: the City

From their announcement:

“The altars cry for blood. Who are we to deny them?”

Finger and Toe Models announces Tzak-Nal: The City, everything you need to build a small 28mm Meso-American city.
Three noble houses and two peasant hovels are designed as shells that fit over ruined bases, so you can show battle damage or use the bases to build a ruined city for your adventurers to explore. Three types of platforms pieces can build small or large platforms, or even stepped pyramids leading to a sacred temple or bloody altar.

There are three types of altars: two Chac-Mools (the reclining warrior) and a blood-stained altar with a calendar stone. Additional ritual objects include three stelae and a low stone platform for a standalone altar or your king’s throne.
While perfect as an historical setting, Tzak-Nal can also be used as a lost city for pulp and fantasy campaigns, or even as a hidden base for your sci-fi raiders and rogues.

Tzak-Nal is based upon three actual Meso-American sites: Tulum on the Yucatan coast, Teohuacalco and La Campana (both on the Mexican west coast). Every piece in Tzak-Nal uses architecture and textures from those historic sites.
Remember, every Finger and Toe model comes with smoosh assurance: if ya’ll smoosh your Tzak-Nal buildings, a new set waits your summons from hard drive and printer.

Tzak-Nal is available from www.rpgnow.com or www.wargamevault.com for $6.00.