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These are called "tokens" (sometimes "creature tokens" or "monster tokens") and are widely available in PDF at all fine purveyors of roleplaying games PDFs, such as RPGNow. Normally these are used with virtual tabletop software or printed onto card stock and cut out for use on a real tabletop, but if you have access to an appropriate printer and transparent ...


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The best thing I have done for my campaign was to go to Home Depot and buy glass tiles. They come as 1" squares on a 12×12 sheet. They peel off the mesh backing really easily and then I mark numbers or write names or draw faces on them using either a dry erase marker or (for things I want to stay on there longer) a wet-erase marker like Expo Vis-à-Vis brand ...


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There are indeed products that exist to do what your wanting, however they are not only hard to find, but also expensive. I am a Model Railroader and have built my own model campfires and torches quite a few times. If your good with soldering and have a basic understanding of micro-controllers ie. ARM or ATMEL (ATTINY, ATMEGA) you could make your own ...


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Miniature-scale "flame" lights do exist, but the limitation is not the size or power of the bulb; it's the power source and wiring that's the problem. Here's a visual that demonstrates the real hurdle to using these with movable 25mm scale miniatures: Granted that's a full-featured campfire flame simulation kit with features you may be willing to do ...



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