I’m sure you all would like to know what is currently in development and when the next add-ons for CC3+ will arrive. Well, I can report that Cities of Schley is very close to completion now and that the next Token Treasury is chugging along nicely.

Cities Of SchleyCities of Schley

Mike has finished almost all the symbols for the set, and is now working on the bitmap textures that we need to go along with them, so the City Designer house tool can create matching buildings.

Sue Daniels has been helping us with creating the roof maps and as you can on the right, they look great. She’s also suggested a great way to give you more variety in the roof shapes without compromising the shadow’s on the city map (as mirroring a symbol within CC3+ would do).

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Seeing that there is still a vast army of fiends and critters lurking in the shadows to pounce on hapless heroes, we’ve decided to drag a few more into the light of the virtual tabletop.

Rich Longmore is creating another set of monster tokens and I’m always delighted when a new one charges through the doorway (or slithers through a crack in the wall).

We do have a few slots for new monster available in the list, so if you have something special that you would like to see as a token, let us know in the comments below!

Orc HutYou might be wondering what yours truly has been up to now that the first Token Treasury is out. Here’s a little update about what’s on my desk.

There is of course the Cities of (Mike) Schley you’ve all been wondering about. Progress has been a little slower than expected for a while, but we are now moving along nicely again, with Mike regularly submitting new house symbols – check out the gorgeous little orcish hut here. Of course the map (shading) files for all these houses need to be created, but we do have an expert on this now, don’t we?

CrocodileSecondly, after the Token Treasury is before the Token Treasury. We are very happy with the artwork that Rich Longmore has produced and our customers seem to agree. So we’ve commissioned him for a second set and the first pieces are rolling in. Check out the gorgeous Papa Croc (my nickname) on the left.

There are a few slots left on our monster list for issue two (the list of monsters for the first issue is here), so if you have any wishes, post the below!

Finally ProFantasy will be exhibiting at a new convention (new for us that is) this year. We’ll be at UK Games Expo in Birmingham, and that wants to be organized including travel, rooms, booth space and everything that goes along with that. I’m certainly looking forward to being in Birmingham for the first time!

Adult Red DragonWe are happy to announce the full release of the “Token Treasury: Monsters“, our first release in a line supporting virtual tabletop software with ready-to-use artwork.

The Token Treasury line gives you a huge selection of creatures and characters to populate your maps, with frames and varicolor backgrounds to customise your virtual tabletop tokens. The art is available as CC3+ symbols and as PNG files for any graphics package such as Photoshop and GIMP. The Token Treasury is designed for use with any virtual table top software such as roll20, Battlegrounds, d20pro and Fantasy grounds.

The first release, Token Treasury: Monsters contains 118 creatures drawn by fantasy artist Rich Longmore, in rectangular and circular forms, as well as a set of token frames for depicting the creatures role in combat for your fantasy maps.

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Token Treasury: Monsters can now be ordered from the ProFantasy store. If you purchased Token Treasury Monster as a pre-release, the full setup files are now available from your registration page.

Example Token useThe full feature list includes:

  • More than 750 tokens, consisting of 118 creatures and 24 frames in various configurations, for immediate use in any graphics software such as Photoshop or GIMP.
  • Ready for use in virtual table top (VTT) application such as roll20, d20pro, Battlegrounds and Fantasy Grounds.
  • Frames for melee, ranged, magic and bosses to denote the creature’s role in combat.
  • A guide introducing you to the Token Treasury both within CC3+ and in other applications.
  • More than 500 symbols for use in CC3+ including the 118 creatures and 24 frames in 4 symbol catalogs, and templates and drawing styles for creating more token combinations.
  • If you own CC3+, TT:M also installs symbol catalogs, templates and drawing tools. Create custom tokens with varicolour backgrounds and add your own frames. Mirror the symbols to add variations.

Tokens in UseThis is the full list of creatures. Normal creatures are 300 x 300 pixels, large creatures are 600 x 600 pixels, and huge creatures are 600 x 900 pixels.

  • Angel normal
  • Ant Giant normal
  • Ape normal
  • Bandits Melee normal
  • Bandits Ranged normal
  • Barghest normal
  • Bat Swarm large
  • Bear Dire large
  • Beholder normal
  • Boar normal
  • Bugbear Melee normal
  • Bugbear Ranged normal
  • Centipede Giant normal
  • Cyclops large
  • Demon large large
  • Demon Prince large
  • Demon Small large
  • Djinni normal
  • Doppelganger normal
  • Dragon Black Adult large
  • Dragon Black Ancient huge
  • Dragon Black Young large
  • Dragon Blue Adult large
  • Dragon Blue Ancient large
  • Dragon Blue Young large
  • Dragon Gold Adult large
  • Dragon Gold Ancient large
  • Dragon Gold Young large
  • Dragon Green Adult large
  • Dragon Green Ancient large
  • Dragon Green Young large
  • Dragon Red Adult large
  • Dragon Red Ancient large
  • Dragon Red Young large
  • Dragon White Adult large
  • Dragon White Ancient large
  • Dragon White Young large
  • Drider large
  • Drow Melee normal
  • Drow Ranged normal
  • Dryad normal
  • Duergar 1 normal
  • Duergar 2 normal
  • Elemental Air normal
  • Elemental Earth normal
  • Elemental Fire normal
  • Elemental Water normal
  • Ettin large
  • Gargoyle normal
  • Gelatinous Cube large
  • Ghost 1 normal
  • Ghost 2 normal
  • Ghoul normal
  • Giant Fire large
  • Giant Frost large
  • Giant Hill large
  • Giant Stone large
  • Gnoll Melee normal
  • Gnoll Ranged normal
  • Goblin Captain normal
  • Goblin Magic normal
  • Goblin Melee normal
  • Goblin Ranged normal
  • Golem Clay large
  • Golem Stone large
  • Griffon normal
  • Hell Hound normal
  • Hobgoblin Captain normal
  • Hobgoblin Melee normal
  • Hydra large
  • Intellect Devourer normal
  • Invisible Stalker normal
  • Kobold Captain normal
  • Kobold Magic normal
  • Kobold Melee normal
  • Kobold Ranged normal
  • Lamia normal
  • Lich 1 normal
  • Lich 2 normal
  • Lizardfolk Magic normal
  • Lizardfolk Melee normal
  • Manticore large
  • Medusa normal
  • Minotaur normal
  • Mummy normal
  • Naga normal
  • Nightmare normal
  • Ogre Magic normal
  • Ogre Melee normal
  • Ooze large
  • Orc Captain normal
  • Orc Magic normal
  • Orc Melee normal
  • Orc Ranged normal
  • Owlbear normal
  • Pegasus large
  • Rakshasa normal
  • Rat Swarm large
  • Scorpion Giant normal
  • Shadow normal
  • Skeleton Melee normal
  • Skeleton Ranged normal
  • Spectre normal
  • Spider Giant normal
  • Treant large
  • Troll 1 normal
  • Troll 2 normal
  • Unicorn normal
  • Vampire 1 normal
  • Vampire 2 normal
  • Werewolf normal
  • Wight normal
  • Will o’Wisp normal
  • Wolf normal
  • Wolf Dire normal
  • Wyvern normal
  • Yeti normal
  • Zombie 1 normal
  • Zombie 2 normal

All Monster Tokens circular

Let’s take another look at the two products we are working on at the moment: The Token Treasury and the new symbol set by Mike Schley.

Token Treasury

BarghestFor the token treasury, Rich Longmore keeps sending over his finished monster portraits for approval, and it’s a rare piece that we have to ask him a few adjustments for. For example see the Barghest here. The original version (left) looks great – but it felt a little too natural for, a wolverine came to my mind instead of a supernatural monster. So I asked Rich to make the face a little more unnatural (bony face, fiery eyes) and he produced the second version (right) in no time at all.

We’ve also decided to make the tokens available in round AND square formats, so Rich had to go back and add a little bits and pieces to existing ones here and there, but that’s all finished now and we are chugging along nicely. I am converting the artwork into symbols as we go along, which should make producing the final products once all graphics are done fairly straightforward.

Cities of Schley

Cities of Schley PreviewI know you are all eagerly waiting for the new Symbol Set “Cities of Schley” by Mike. You’ll be happy to hear that Mike has finished all the ink outlines of the buildings and is now working on the coloring. You can see just a tiny section of his preview here. To get an idea how detailed his work is just let me tell you that the original of this graphic is 9000 pixel across!

Once I get the colored versions, I will start adding the roof shading to the symbols so they will work with the automated lighting just as the other CD3 symbols.

Goblin Magic-userWe are happy to give you a first little glimpse of a new product line we are considering and working on: the Token Treasury. Rich Longmore – the artist behind Character Artist 3 – is working on a set of monster tokens that can be used in virtual tabletops like Roll20 or Fantasy Grounds, as paper tokens on your own battle maps, or as symbols on any floorplan created with CC3+ and its add-ons.

The first TT pack will contain about 50 different monsters covering the “typical” range of enemies a group of fantasy heroes might face, from lowly kobolds and goblins via trolls and ogres to giants and dragons. Each will come in multiple varicolor varieties, allowing you to easily identify different types or individuals of the same kind of monsters. It is tentatively scheduled for release in July.

Tokens on Battle mapThe monster tokens will combine with a set of “ring” symbols, that add can another layer of information, like facing, wound status, conditions and so on.

Depending on our users’ interests and wishes, we plan to produce more Token Treasury packs with rarer and more obscure monster types, heroes and their allies, and possibly even more exotic options. We’d be happy to hear your ideas and wishes for the Token Treasury!