Inked Adventures: Hand-Drawn Geomorph Tiles PDF
Geomorphs for dungeon planning and random play have been making a come back in recent years. Being of a handy size (8cm sq) Geomorph Tiles are ideal for building “mega-dungeon” levels or mapping out smaller dungeons. With minimal effort these geomorph can be adapted from random play with most fantasy roleplaying systems. They can be used for preparation, inspiration or in play itself. Every tile has been painstakingly hand drawn in an illustrative style to provide you with a truly unique and beautiful product. As with other some other Inked Adventures products most of the walls have been drawn from a top-down 3D perspective – with a “classic” look of “old school” maps.
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