|Format||SKU||Genre||Product Line||Scale||Released||File Size|
|PDF Download||titanc||Sci Fi||TerrainLinX||1", 1.5", zero grid||March 4, 2011||54mb|
Titan Control is the second sci-fi installment in the TerrainlinX lineup. This expansion set delivers more modular starship sections, focusing on the command and control areas of the ship. Perfect for representing both interior and exterior sci-fi structures of any footprint or height. Our TerrainlinX build system, with its ability to store flat, add & remove elements on-the-fly, dynamically mix and match elements from other terrain sets, create easy “lift-off” levels, and complete “Robo-cutter” compatibility, makes Codename Titan one of the most flexible sci-fi terrain systems on the market today!
Future installments in the Titan line will seamlessly integrate additional component-zones to cover all your classic sci-fi infrastructure needs.
Introduced to our catalog in late 2009, TerrainlinX is our PDF "Print, Build, Play" 100% modular terrain system. Includes full automated craftcutter (Robocutter) support making it the ultimate home fabrication terrain alternative. Build as much as you want, as BIG as you want, whenever you want!
FREE instructions, video of the system in action and dimensions: click here!
Dennis Davis said:
This as well as Titan were of my first purchases form WWG.
I really like the art here and it is very versatile to create various areas of a Ship by using some of the props from other SciFi sets from WWG.
If you are going to do a SciFi RPG or such this is a definite need for ship or station build outs.
I have taken this set and utilized it with not just other Sci-Fi sets but also Forests and Cliffs both to give a great remote outpost feel.
Review Posted: August 4, 2011
Dennis O'Brien said:
Another part of my Fallout tabletop game, used primarily for the Overseers' chambers in Vault-Tec facilities.
Again, I swiped bits from First Light, including the wall scantings and computers, gluing them permanently to the walls rather than keeping them as props.
The computer equipment is a little too modern for Fallout, and I think that I used computers from Mayhem PD to replace them.
Review Posted: July 27, 2011