Pathfinder Flip-Tiles: Dungeon Perils Expansion

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Pathfinder Flip-Tiles: Dungeon Perils Expansion

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Perils in Every Room and at Every Turn!

Dungeons just became more perilous! Next time your players are ready to explore a dungeon's depths, they won't have to wait for you to draw every twist and turn of your horror-filled tomb. Pathfinder Flip-Tiles: Dungeon Perils Expansion Set provides beautifully illustrated 6" × 6" map tiles that can be used to stock your dungeon with a variety of tricks, traps, hazards, and strange sites of interest. Inside, you'll find 24 richly crafted, double-sided map tiles. This expansion set, along with Pathfinder Flip-Tiles: Dungeon Starter Set, allows you to create dangerous dungeons with endless variety! So stop your sketching and start your flipping today!

The Dungeon Perils Expansion Set includes:

  • Chasms
  • Collapses
  • Evil Altar
  • Fungus Growths
  • Magic Device
  • Trapped Corridors

ISBN-13: 978-1-64078-059-0

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I was fairly excited to see the Flip-Tiles replace the Map Packs since I hoped to get more options with doubled-sided cards. That they are smaller is a bit disappointing. The quality of the cards is excellent. They are thick enough and with an excellent laminate to be durable.

Perils and hazards tend to be smaller than a full-sized card so I dunno how much use I'll get outta this set. I have a lot of the older WotC terrain packs that I use for map terrain accessories like stairs, traps, furniture, summoning circles, etc. That they are smaller and modular to drop on an existing battle map gives them more utility IMO.

Like the starter boxes, the packaging is too tight. I nearly had to destroy the box getting the cards out. It suffers from the same annoyance that the Map Packs did in that if you try to put all the cards away at the same time, one always gets stuck on the flap.

I like that the starter boxes are sized to allow these to be stored with them in the same box. I only wish the cover of the expansion was removable from the package or it included a cover-art page so I could put that in the starter box instead of the entire expansion box. It takes up more room the latter way. Taking the cards out and storing them in the starter box looses the identification of the set name. Yes, they have the code in the corner, but as more expansions are released, we are going to forget which set is which. Another minor complaint, but a lacking feature, nonetheless.


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I assume that the box art and tile samples is not final? I ask this as the tiles seem to duplicate some of those shown on the Starter set.

Are these all new tiles? Or is this a duplication, in part, of tiles in the Starter set?

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Steel_Wind wrote:

I assume that the box art and tile samples is not final? I ask this as the tiles seem to duplicate some of those shown on the Starter set.

Are these all new tiles? Or is this a duplication, in part, of tiles in the Starter set?

The sample and product packaging shown are are not yet final, and subject to change. They are all new tiles, with no duplicate maps used in earlier Flip-Mat or Map Pack products.

Additionally, the release of Pathfinder Flip-Tiles: Dungeon Starter Set and Pathfinder Flip-Tiles: Dungeon Perils Expansion has been changed to July.

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Updated with final product description, image, and samples!


Standard thickness or WoTC thickness?

Dark Archive

GreatKhanArtist wrote:
Standard thickness or WoTC thickness?

The new flip-Tiles are supposed to have the same thickness as the old ones.

So in theory they are compatible with each other, the only differencees being the sizes (6x6 squares/inches for the new ones & 5x8 for the old ones) and the fact that the new tiles are double-sided.

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