Tile Designer: Dungeon Pack #1 PDF
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Dungeon Tile Designer is a great PDF, allowing you to build customized dungeons with ease, and here’s a great addition for it: a set of 33 "static" tiles specifically designed for use with the Tile Designer products. These are 6x6-inch tiles matching the look and feel of the Dungeon Tile Designer (however, they can be used for any purpose). The tiles add objects, wall sections, traps and terrains not available in DTD. The tiles can be used as starting point for building new exciting dungeons as well as to craft unique dungeon rooms.
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