A long time ago I bought these cave passages as a means of mapping out a dungeon crawl for my Dungeons & Dragons 3.5 campaign. That was years ago – the campaign has since been wrapped up – but when my three-year-old son showed interest in playing with his Playmobil knights I knew it was time to take them out again.
I printed the dungeon out on photo-quality paper and stored them away, so I took them out again. Using the Flying Buffalo Dungeon Dice, I merely roll what comes next (a passage turning left, right, a forked passage, steps, or a door) and VOILA – instant dungeon!
There are far more in this set than the dice provide for, of course. The amazing thing is how you can change any one tile to match up with another and it completely changes the appearance of the dungeon. Small chambers, connecting chambers, stepped tunnels leading up and down…it's all here.
The detail is excellent; so good, in fact, that my son wanted to know what the red stains on the floor were. I told him it could be rust, to which he responded, "Is it poo?"
Sure son. It could be poo.