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e-Adventure Tiles: Dungeon Chasms

e-Adventure Tiles: Dungeon Chasms

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Q: Who would like to cross the rickety wooden bridge first? And why, with all the engineering that went into building the dungeon, is the bridge such and unstable hazard in the first place?

A: Because the Game Master deserves to have a little fun too.

e-Adventure Tiles: Dungeon Chasms presents 40 miniatures scale tiles detailing wide gorges that will present a challenge to even the best jumpers in your adventuring group. Tiles include –

16 chasm tiles
16 bridged chasm tiles
4 chasm floor end tiles
4 chasm floor cave connection tiles

e-Adventure Tiles are designed by RPG cartographer Ed Bourelle for use with your favorite miniatures and role playing games.

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August 7th, 2007
Okay, so Chris Heard's review sums this set up succinctly, usual high standard of artwork, and what is there is great, lovely bridges, even a graduated chasm floor (nice shading to represent an incline upwards) and the all important 6x6 blank chasm til [...]
October 19th, 2005
0one's no-frills approach to providing basic maps for adventure, so incredibly reminiscent of Classic D&D maps, that I almost regret NOT having a cardstock cover/folder holding the adventure booklet. Ah, how we miss the old days...<br><br [...]
August 27th, 2005
Including bonus tiles, this set amounts to 44 tiles, which may make it sound more versatile than it really is. Tiles 17-32 are identical to tiles 1-16, except that tiles 17-32 have bridges spanning the chasms that give the set its name. This makes the [...]
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August 16, 2005
This title was added to our catalog on August 16, 2005.
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SkeletonKey Games
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