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    Basic Dungeon Tiles : Expansion Set 1 Pay What You Want
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    Basic Dungeon Tiles : Expansion Set 1
    Publisher: Crooked Staff Publishing
    by Stephen Y. [Verified Purchaser]
    Date Added: 07/29/2014 12:29:33

    12 out of 14 pages of some very nice dungeon tiles. Graphically fantastic.

    The only slight downside is the stone background (which does look good) on each page, which would drain a lot of ink. Make sure you have many cartridges (much ink).

    Very good for the price (88 pence). The choice of altering the stone background would be good.



    Rating:
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    Basic Dungeon Tiles : Expansion Set 1
    Publisher: Crooked Staff Publishing
    by Brian H. [Verified Purchaser]
    Date Added: 01/24/2014 16:31:42

    This is the expansion set for the basic dungeon tiles set that I currently own. It's 14 pages, 12 pages of new tile content. Basically it adds some new floor flair and differently designed tile sets to the basic dungeon set. There are some really nice looking detailed floor tiles in this collection. The first being a mosaic that reminds me of a cathedral floor. There's what looks to be a dungeon jail section with portcullis's separating off individual cells. There's a well room, a lower sewer access chamber with grated flooring and a metal grate to lock pick. There's a room with columns and small pools/fountains but my favorite in the entire collection is the actual crypt room. It's very nicely detailed with grave inscriptions on the crypt and the rest of the room has some nice alcoves etc.

    Pro's-Nicely detailed, nice varied floor tiles and alcoves, mosaics and the bricks (all 1 inch square) do not seem to repeat.

    Con's-These sets (both this and the basic) come with a stone jpeg backsplash that is printer unfriendly. You will likely spend an entire cartridge printing these if you use color. Gray scale still looks ok but it still wastes a lot of black ink with that backsplash.

    Suggestions/Comments: This is a great looking product, but don't print it in color unless you can afford cartridges no problem. Details and floor tiles are awesome. I would suggest removing the stone backsplash and adding a black or brick border if you must use one. Also, an option for gray scale printing would be nice to add for each of the tiles. I rate it a 4/5 for the nice detail but due to the very bad printing options and the waste of my ink.



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