Discover Ancient Sites and New Adventures
Explore labyrinthine tunnels, a mysterious observatory, an imposing temple, and other intriguing locations with the aid of these thirty-two full color maps. Whether used as inspiration for creating new adventures, as a handy reference during your game, or as a detailed handout to capture your players' imagination, each map offers the promise... [click here for more]
Illustrated terrain tiles for use with the Dungeons & Dragons Roleplaying Game.
This roleplaying game accessory gives Dungeon Masters an easy and inexpensive way to include great-looking terrain in their games. This set provides ready-to-use, configurable tiles with which to build exciting encounter locations. This particular set emphasizes haunted houses and crypts as an extension to the Dungeon... [click here for more]
Those the tower invites may enter, All others...beware!
Millennia ago, the Wizards of High Sorcery created five magical Towers to serve as centers of arcane knowledge and to protect their fellowship of sorcerers from those who would see magic destroyed. Throughout the centuries, however, mages across the land of Ansalon were persecuted until today, in the Fifth Age, only one of these remarkable bastions... [click here for more]
Battle Maps for your D&D Campaign
Dungeon Masters need awesome maps to create memorable encounters. This pack contains 3 full-color, double-sided, 21-by-30-inch battle maps with 1-inch grids. One map features two never-before-seen encounter locations: a mushroom-filled cavern and a dwarven fortress along an underground river. The other two battle maps are picked up from out-of-print products.... [click here for more]
This lavishly illustrated 96-page book gives roleplaying game fans a unique, behind-the-curtain glimpse into the making of the Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying game. The book contains essays and asides from the game’s premier designers, developers, and editors. Through words and illustrations, it explores some of the D&D game’s most iconic locations and monsters, sharing... [click here for more]