Map-a-Week03/04/2004


Dungeon Tile Set Maps



More dungeon tile sets! This month features four new maps of dungeon tile sets, each one of which is suitable for use with D&D miniatures skirmishes or with your regular game. The month begins with a room and a bit of corridor to connect you tiles to each other. Next is a room with a large mysterious fountain over some brackish water that doesn't look quite fit for drinking, followed by a room with stairs leading down to more dangers, and finally a large room with four open archways offers plenty of opportunity for something to wander in.

03/25 Dungeon Tile 8: A crossroads! This room is wide open with four archways leading into it, giving this room lots of access. Perhaps even access to the odd wandering monster. Download 72dpi JPG (469k)
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03/18 Dungeon Tile 7: Red stairs leading down -- what could be wrong with that? Surely it doesn't lead down to a demon-infested pit of horrorific monsters eager to tear the flesh from passers by . . . . Download 72dpi JPG (301k)
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03/11 Dungeon Tile 6: This room features a very large skull atop a pool of brackish liquid. Is it sculpted or an actual skull? Are they any more like him around? And what is that, stale water or something much worse? Download 72dpi JPG (298k)
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03/04 Dungeon Tile 5: The room has a door that's slightly ajar letting in just enough light to see what's waiting inside. Download 72dpi JPG (382k)
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