There are 25 tiles and 3 extra tiles that allow you to link these with the alchemists lab (dungeon details Vol 3), the dungeons of the dead and the ice caves sets.
If you have never bought an e-adventure set then buy this for the large lair - a 80' x 90'arear with multiple levels, water and lava like hazards -sure to be a memorable stage for an epic battle. As for the rest of the set... well as always the art is brilliant but you will need other tile sets to really make use of this beyond its' intended use (with the Grim tales adventure -which I don't actually own) or as a lair for a large creature such as a dragon.
The 15 tiles not dedicated to the lair itself form:
- a small section of winding passages (2 tiles)
- A larger chasm area with a path round the outside (4 tiles)
- A 60' stretch of coridor with several lava pattches in it (2 tiles)
- A 24' chasm into which paths lead to and from - you'll just have to figure out how to get across (4 tiles)
<b>LIKED</b>: I'm really a new commer to the e-tiles but since getting the first few I've become addicted. My group love using them and I intend to but the lot eventually. To me this one represented a ready made Dragons Lair - a beautifully presented piece that will see use in most DnD games in that ubiquitous evil dragon encounter<br><br><b>DISLIKED</b>: Like all of the e-tiles the cost to print can be high and some sets offer a limited range of uses. But if you stick them to foam core board you have a dynamic set of gaming aids that you'll find will inspire some great adventures<br><br><b>QUALITY</b>: Excellent<br><br><b>VALUE</b>: Satisfied<br>
[5 of 5 Stars!]