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DOLLAR DUNGEON$-DOJO

This set is great for creating martial-arts dojos, peasant huts, Japanese castles, Asian-theme modern night clubs & office buildings, super-villain lairs, or just a different place to fight for fantasy or modern games.

Included in this set:

  • Bamboo Tiles, Woven Mats, Black Slates, and Garden Grass Tiles
  • Straight, Elbow, Crossed, & Tee Hallways
  • Coy Pond, Luck-Dragon, Rock-Garden, and Embujo (Center of Dojo)
  • Cut-Out/Stand-Up Sliding Paper Doors and Silk Folding Screens
  • Bookmark Feature

Everybody loves that part of "The Matrix" when Neo and Morpheus get all kung-fu in the virtual dojo! Now you too can finally get all kung-fu with your friends, without anybody getting kicked through a wooden pillar!

There Is No Spoon.

*SERIOUS UPDATE-READ THIS BEFORE BUYING ANOTHER BATTLE-MAT!!*


A friend asked me how much cheaper it was to use the DOLLAR DUNGEON$ Floors than a typical vinyl "battle-mat". I knew it was less expensive, but not by how much, so I decided to do a little math to figure it out.

I went online to find the biggest mat I could, and located a fine 34?" x 48" (11? square feet) specimen priced at $29.99 plus shipping. I printed out one copy of the regular 1" tiles gray-scale floor and took it to my local print shop with a $2.00 package of cardstock. They printed 20 copies for $2.00; 34" x 55" (12? square feet). So that's $4.00 for the dungeon and then add the sale price for the set. Compare that to 30 clams for the battle-mat. Math is your friend!

Even if you wanted to spend thirty bucks at the print shop, you could get a dungeon of a whopping 11' x 17?' (192? square feet!!) that looks like dungeon stone tiles (instead of perfect "oyster brown" squares) and you could keep the whole thing in a trapper-keeper! That's just too neat to pass up if you ask me!

Don't waste your precious time gluing together some castle or tavern you'll only use once! Worse, you might over-use it to justify the $15+ price-tag and make your players groan when you pull it out yet again. We all know how miniatures solve arguments and area-effects in combat. You will appreciate having a fantastic looking portable and versatile battle mat without paying battle mat prices. Most gamers will appreciate having a dungeon they can use without knocking over walls or play on without waiting a thousand years while you set it up. Get your DOLLAR DUNGEON$ today and play on them tonight!

 
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October 9th, 2005
For a nice low price you get 19 pages of assorted tiles which seems pretty reasonable to me. The variety is good, in particular I think the grass and cobbled/rock path tiles can see a lot of use in many settings above and beyond a dojo or similar. I'm [...]
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September 18th, 2005
Oriental style floor tiles in A4 format. There are the usual basic 8x11 floor textile tiles, and some special rooms: One with dragon artwork on the floor, one with a large carp pond, etc. I don't see much use for the sheets made up of thin strips of pa [...]
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November 24th, 2004
These tiles are ok, but nowhere near the quality of Skeleton Key Games. Save your money and them instead.<br><br><b>LIKED</b>: Oriental theme<br><br><b>DISLIKED</b>: Not very useful or flexable.<br> [...]
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October 5th, 2004
Mad Kaiser puts out fairly interesting products for very low prices. Considering this, you can't fault the minor downfalls in artwork that you might find. Overall, I like the idea of being able to throw in a dojo of some sort. The actual parts, unfo [...]
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May 18th, 2004
A very good looking product. The print was sharp and crisp, well worth the price of buying it. [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on December 13, 2003.
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