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The Sewers Under Ormash
Originally built to handle the rainwater and filth of the city, the ancient sewers have become a dark and dangerous refuge for unspeakable foulness. Deep channels of putrescent sludge flow through a twisting maze of coal-black tunnels, emptying into great pools before flowing into unexplored caverns or out to sea. This muddy muck is always moving, and conceals the most horrible of creatures under its opaque surface. The walls are fashioned with downspouts that periodically belch repulsive fluids into the mawkish ooze, making the precarious walkways and makeshift bridges even more slippery and dangerous.
The DOLLAR DUNGEON$-ORMASH SEWERS set comes 14 high-quality floor tile patterns for color or b&w printers that are compatible with the other DOLLAR DUNGEON$ sets. This is everything you need to recreate a sewer from your favorite commercial or homemade adventures, perfect for 25mm-30mm scale miniatures.
Included in this set:
Filthy Tile Floor
Straight, Elbow, Crossed, & Tee Channel Junctions
Sludge Pools of Various Sizes
Cut-Out/Stand-Up Downspouts, Rusty Ladders and Plank Bridges
SAMPLE DUNGEON 1:This sewer has lots of big rooms full of complicated channels. Line of sight is no prob, but lots of obstacles stop charging. Great for combat!
SAMPLE DUNGEON 2:This utility sewer is made with long, simple channels. Small rooms good for ambushes or secret chambers are built here and there. Great for exploring!
*SERIOUS UPDATE-READ THIS BEFORE BUYING ANOTHER BATTLE-MAT!!*
A friend asked me how much cheaper it was to use the DOLLAR DUNGEON$ Floors than a typical vinyl "battle-mat". I knew it was less expensive, but not by how much, so I decided to do a little math to figure it out.
I went online to find the biggest mat I could, and located a fine 34?" x 48" (11? square feet) specimen priced at $29.99 plus shipping. I printed out one copy of the regular 1" tiles gray-scale floor and took it to my local print shop with a $2.00 package of cardstock. They printed 20 copies for $2.00; 34" x 55" (12? square feet). So that's $4.00 for the dungeon and then add the sale price for the set. Compare that to 30 clams for the battle-mat. Math is your friend!
Even if you wanted to spend thirty bucks at the print shop, you could get a dungeon of a whopping 11' x 17?' (192? square feet!!) that looks like dungeon stone tiles (instead of perfect "oyster brown" squares) and you could keep the whole thing in a trapper-keeper! That's just too neat to pass up if you ask me!
Don't waste your precious time gluing together some castle or tavern you'll only use once! Worse, you might over-use it to justify the $15+ price-tag and make your players groan when you pull it out yet again. We all know how miniatures solve arguments and area-effects in combat. You will appreciate having a fantastic looking portable and versatile battle mat without paying battle mat prices. Most gamers will appreciate having a dungeon they can use without knocking over walls or play on without waiting a thousand years while you set it up. Get your DOLLAR DUNGEON$ today and play on them tonight!