Yeah, I kinda figured.
Though yesterday while upgrading my base, I decided I really like the Aquilonian foundation and ceilings, because they are completely orientation agnostic. They are relaxing and fun to distribute.
At first I thought the blue squares would drive me crazy when stacked across the whole base… but it gives the base some scale and that cool “checkerboard” dimensionality, so I’ll be sticking with that.
Yamatai walls make for great in-door walls because both the outer face and inner face are pleasant to behold and bright. Good for rooms that are separated by walls, where both sides need to look like an interior. Same applies to any Yamatai piece. They are all fairly consistent on both sides, as opposed to Aquilonian tiles that are VERY …ehrm… … “Bi-dimensional(?)”
Frontier doors are the coolest. Yamatai Pillars are amazing as a center piece sandwhiched between 2 aquilonian pillars.
Mixing and matching does have it’s charms.