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e-Adventure Tiles: Cave Chambers Vol. 2

e-Adventure Tiles: Cave Chambers Vol. 2

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Cave Chambers Vol. 2 takes your adventures into the dark and cramped places of the world.

e-Adventure Tiles: Cave Chambers Vol. 2 focuses on small cave chambers and is designed to add ease, detail and excitement to your campaign; never worry about mapping on the spot again! e-Adventure Tiles: Cave Chambers contains everything you need to print out and construct a sprawling network of claustrophobic caverns.

e-Adventure Tiles are designed for use with your favorite role playing or miniatures skirmish game by RPG cartographer Ed Bourelle.
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February 25th, 2008
I own a lot of SK Games' tiles, and they are awesome. They're well worth the price. I use them as jpgs with Map Tool on a cloned monitor, and they really bring the setting alive. Hopefully, they will get the town/city tiles going soon! [...]
July 16th, 2007
Nice set which mainly contain smaller caves within caves, and many standalone small chambers off the main chambers. I would recommend all of the cave sets as they are a) superbly drawn/though out and b) not heavy on the printer black ink.<br>< [...]
June 23rd, 2007
Excellent for those impromptu cave crawls. Just print multiple copies and you have a complete cavern dungeon ready to play. Beautiful graphics.<br><br> <b>LIKED</b>: print what you need onto card stock and you have ready made du [...]
August 28th, 2005
This set adds 28 new tiles to SkeletonKey's caverns library. The tiles interlock perfectly with the earlier Cave Chambers set as well as Cave Passages. Most of these tiles feature small, roundish chambers. Five of the chambers include small watery area [...]
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August 07, 2005
This title was added to our catalog on August 07, 2005.
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