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e-Adventure Tiles: Dungeon Details Vol. 1

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Set the scene for adventure with e-Adventure Tiles: Dungeon Details Volume 1.

Escape from a locked and guarded dungeon cell. Fight past scores of undead as they rise from their tombs. Avoid the deadly hold of the spider's webs. And, before you leave, don?t forget to smash the evil alchemist's lab and loot his study!

This 25 tiles set focuses on dungeon encounter areas that will set the mood for any fantasy RPG or miniatures game.

Tiles include ?
A stagnant cistern overgrown with fungus
Giant spider webs with cocooned victims
Tomb tiles packed with sarcophagi and scattered bones
Prison cells
Various chambers (including storage room, lab, study, and more)
And BONUS dungeon fungus tiles. (tastes like a portabella - kills like the plague!!!)

e-Adventure Tiles are designed by RPG Cartographer Ed Bourelle and come with color and grayscale versions.



The Bonus Tiles for this set can be found in e-Adventure Tiles: Annual 1

More than 50 FREE bonus tiles in one download.

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Michael T. [Featured Reviewer]
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May 5th, 2011
This set of tiles features the accessories missing from the other dungeon sets. It includes a moldy green cistern that's eight squares in diameter, prison cells that are two squares wide and four squares deep, smaller cells that are just two squares acros [...]
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June 15th, 2007
Superb set to add colour and interest to the bland dungeon tiles. Fairly common generic themes in the crypt and stagnant pool areas too. Added to this, connectors to sewer tunnels and narrow caves top off this lovely set. LIKED: Connectors [...]
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April 17th, 2006
This is a nice set. The details sets are all rather specilized and you should make sure you want whatever is in the set or you may be disapointed. This set has a large pool, prison cells, and areas with sarcophagus. It also has some corridors and room [...]
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October 11th, 2005
Add a stagnant cistern, prison cells, tomb, spider web, storage chamber, barracks, study, filthy quarters or a lab to your dungeon tile collection. LIKED: The cartography is up to the usual very high standard. DISLIKED: Subject [...]
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January 28th, 2005
All the e-Adventure tile sets are good, high quality, and great to use. Some are a bit specialised, but that should be obvious from the title. QUALITY: Very Good VALUE: Satisfied [...]
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Electrum seller
Edition
1.0
Publisher Stock #
SKG123e
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8.93 MB
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May 18, 2004
This title was added to our catalog on May 18, 2004.
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SkeletonKey Games
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