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Desert of Athas Dungeon Tiles

June 8, 2010 by

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Here’s a quick look at the Desert of Athas Dungeon Tiles set.  I haven’t put together the 3d elements yet, but I can tell you that they do not include any instructions as to how to put them together.  You are left to your own devices, much like the Harrowing Halls set.  Having said that, […]

Win a set of Dungeon Tiles Harrowing Halls

March 22, 2010 by

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The winner of the contest selected via random.com, from a pool of both the comments and twitter entries is… Jimwise said this on March 22, 2010 at 12:43 pm Congratulations…… ———————————————————————————————————————- DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND, WE ARE WXENDING THE CONTEST FOR ONE MORE DAY, UNTIL SATURDAY MARCH 27th AT 11:59pm EASTERN/8:59PM PACIFIC. ———————————————————————————— Once again, […]

NewbieDM Review: Harrowing Halls 3d Dungeon Tiles

March 11, 2010 by

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The Harrowing Halls set in the Dungeon Tiles line fill a different niche from that of previous sets.  The included 3d tiles aside, the 2d stuff is unlike any seen in previous Dungeon Tiles sets.  If you’ve ever wanted to design the inside of an inn, or perhaps a mansion, then this is the set […]

A brief video on 3d Dungeon Tiles

February 17, 2010 by

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This is a brief example on 3d Dungeon Tiles. I’ve written about this before, but now you can see them on these fancy moving pictures on my youtube channel thingy on the intertubes. I apologize in advance for the muffled sound, I have to get a better mic if I plan to keep making these […]

Storing my Dungeon Tiles and Miniatures

February 2, 2010 by

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I’ve been asked how I store my minis and tiles, so rather than write it up, I thought I’d show you.  Check it:

Volcanic Adventure Tiles

January 19, 2010 by

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I write this post with apologies to Paul King, from the excellent Kingwork Creative Blog. The other day I was messing around on Photoshop trying to create volcanic Dungeon,- ahem- *Adventure*  Tiles.  It was mostly an exercise in learning a bit more on Photoshop, while also designing something I wanted for my game.  After posting […]

NewbieDM Review: Sinister Woods Dungeon Tiles

October 22, 2009 by

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I’m a huge fan of Dungeon Tiles, as I feel that they open up creativity that maybe wasn’t there before as you build your maps.  I don’t necessarily feel that every encounter area deserves to be plotted out with multiple tile sets, but certainly you can devote the big fight of the night or a […]

The Library of the Ancients – A 3d Dungeon Tiles Map

October 7, 2009 by

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As I wrote about a few days ago, I plan on running the last major encounter of the heroic tier in my home campaign with a bit of 3d thrown in for good measure.  Here now is the map of the Library of the Ancients in the City of Rahesh, based on the article in […]

Adding a new (third) dimension to Dungeon Tiles

September 23, 2009 by

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Today I have another post on Dungeon Tiles, following yesterday’s article.  This one will be short,  as I haven’t quite tested it out in actual play.  I posted a few pictures on my twitter account, which I’ll post here, where I try to add a 3d element to my Dungeon Tiles.  Next gaming session I […]

Playing with my Dungeon Tiles

September 22, 2009 by

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I’ve been taking a look at my box of Dungeon Tiles lately, and realizing they aren’t getting much use.  Normally, I tend to find maps I like online, be it from Wizard’s Map a Week archive, Dungeon magazine, or published modules, scale them up in Photoshop and print them out at a 1″ scale.  This […]