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Ancient Scribe set 2: Runes & Writings

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Russ H.
Marketplace Creator
Ancient Scribe is back is set 2:  Runes & Writings . Working alongside D. Wolters once more, we've created more stone background textures, celtic inspired serpent carvings, runes, intricate designs,  alphabets and numbers. The set has both individual elements and several tilesheets to make it easier for you to work with in creating your message. We hope you enjoy!
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The Aaron
Forum Champion
API Scripter
Oh Sweet!!!!!!   I'm totally putting this in my next campaign... =D
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Pat S.
Forum Champion
Sheet Author
I'm thinking about combining the method of the theater of the mind style with this for a rosetta stone puzzle.
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Ravenknight
KS Backer
I will definatly get these. Perfect for my pseudo-scandinavian setting.
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Russ H.
Marketplace Creator
Glad you guys like 'em! Pat S., looking forward to seeing the puzzle! Peter, D. Wolters is from Scandinavia (Sweden), so the Futhark were a fun bit for him. Aaron, I'm sure there's an API you will be creating for these. haha :D 
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Gabriel P.
Plus
Marketplace Creator
More awesome work to made the production value of a game instantly higher?  Don't mind if I do.  I love the idea of using this and your Chronicles set for hand outs to differentiate between several cultures by showing their art styles.
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Stephen S.
Pro
Marketplace Creator
Sheet Author
API Scripter
This pack can be used for more than just runes. I see cave walls in there. Edit: But I see tiles packs everywhere through a certain "lens" I tend to look through. Can't say more ATM.