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e-Adventure Tiles: Sewer Tunnels

Was that a scream you heard over the sound of flowing water?

Are the shadows moving around the next corner?

What evil lurks in the filth of the sewer?

And what the hell is that smell?

Get down and dirty with e-Adventure Tiles: Sewer Tunnels. This 25 tile set has everything you need to build a networking sewer system that will plague (literally) your characters for many nights of adventure.

e-Adventure Tiles feature the artwork of RPG cartographer Edward Bourelle.

Check out all of the underground waterways from SkeletonKey Games.

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January 19th, 2008
You cannot go wrong with E-Z tiles. I convert them to jpgs and use them on the MapTool virtual tabletop. Awesome! Flexible, pretty, and useful-a good buy. My only wish is that they would extend the series into mapping out fantasy towns a [...]
October 30th, 2005
I initially found these when searching for resources to do this myself. I was impressed by the examples and am even more impressed by the actual product.<br><br> <b>LIKED</b>: Wonderful selection of tiles. Great use of color [...]
September 19th, 2004
Neat and interesting set. My zombie hunters HATE the sewers:) It is obvious tho that the designers have never seen an actual big city sewer system, but that may be more playable than the real thing!<br><br><b>LIKED</b>: That the [...]
June 25th, 2004
Very nice looking tiles (many of the possibilities can be seen on the ad picture) with connections to the dungeon tiles. In fact it is IMHO one of the best. You can have tunnels with or without walkways, bridges, sinks, pipes and even two entrance tile [...]
June 12th, 2004
Another good product from Skeleton Key Games. Good value for money. [...]
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