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Dungeons & Dragons RPG—Essentials: Dungeon Tiles Master Set: The Wilderness

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llustrated urban terrain tiles for use with the Dungeons & Dragons Fantasy Roleplaying Game

The Dungeon Tiles Master Sets are designed to give Dungeon Masters the tiles they need to build Dungeons & Dragons adventure maps, including maps appearing in published adventures.

With this box of customizable terrain tiles, Dungeon Masters can add new dimension to their Dungeons & Dragons tabletop experience. Easy to set up and infinitely expandable, this Dungeon Tiles set allows DMs to create the adventures they want to play.

This box contains 10 double-sided sheets of illustrated, die-cut terrain tiles printed on heavy cardstock. The tiles feature wilderness sites and terrain elements that Dungeon Masters can use to build exciting encounters set in the outdoors.

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Perfect for Outdoor Settings for Random Encounters

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The tiles are nice and heavy and it would take more than a little carelessness to bend them or a single beverage spill to ruin them. The artwork is extremely well done. Overall this seems to be a product that will withstand a lot of use and which is so good-looking it will get used. I got this kit along with a flip-mat with a grass background to give me a lot of flexibility in laying out the pieces.

While I normally have something mapped out if I have a planned encounter in a building or cave, random encounters on the road end up with a hastily drawn path, a couple of scrawled trees and and a circle for a pond. I was hesitant to get these tiles because "10 pages of tiles" doesn't really tell you much. I'm glad I got them, and I want to list what comes in the set in case anyone else is wavering based on not really knowing what is in the box.

The box front and back are 9 x 12 grids of grassland, each with a tree and some rocks. These have similar elements, but are not duplicates of the same graphic, so you can use them both side by side. One half of the box is two inches of vertical height, and one half is one inch, so you can use them to make abrupt small cliff. (The sides of the box look like stone or dirt.) Unless otherwise noted, all of the tiles below have backgrounds of grass and rocks and usually trees. (Fire tiles are often an exception to this.) All creek and road pieces are unique, not duplicated images.

8 x 8 pieces (6):
- small two room cabin (about 4 x 5) / field with two trees
- stonehenge like monument with center stone / field with two trees and a pond
- field with two trees, two tents, a campfire, a pile of camping and cooking gear / open field with tree stump
- circular tiled dais (about 6 x 6) with debris on top and a stairway going down / field with two big trees and some small ones
- very large flat rock that curves (so it doesn't take up the whole tile) / very large pond with two outlets
- cliff (curves near two edges of the tile, so you can stand on top or below) / pond and stream with stone bridge

8 x 4 pieces (2):
- cliff / two fallen trees
- giant humanoid skeleton / open field with small trees

8 x 2 pieces (6):
- creek / crevasse or pit
- creek / road (2 different pieces)
- road / field
- road / crevasse or pit
- long thin pond / long thin flat topped rock

5 x 5 pieces (2):
- large flat topped rock / large pond
- large tree / large wildfire

4 x 4 pieces (4):
- rock hillside with door in it / small hill
- small cliff / several fallen trees
- small cliff / stairs leading underground
- medium tree / medium wildfire

4 x 2 pieces (8):
- covered wagon / fallen log
- remains of a overturned wagon / briar patch
- four graves with headstones / briar patch
- small cliff / fallen trees
- round topped rocks / open field
- flat topped rock / pond
- fallen column / rough rock steps on a path
- green gray humanoid creature statue / mud puddle

3 x 3 pieces (2):
- flat topped rock / pond
- medium tree / medium wildfire

2 x 2 pieces (6):
- flat topped rock / pond
- small tree / small wildfire
- horse / road bend
- horse / creek bend
- creek bend / road bend
- compass arrows (one side has arrows in each corner on the diagonal, the other has them in the middle of each side)

2 x 1 pieces (5):
- flat topped rock / pond
- animal skeleton / rounded rocks
- fallen winged statue / mud puddle
- treasure chest / tree branch across a creek
- camping gear / hole in the ground

1 x 1 pieces (7):

- bush / fire (3 different pieces)
- tiny pond / flat topped rock (3 different pieces)
- campfire / ring of mushrooms



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