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e-Adventure Tiles: Cave/Dungeon Links

e-Adventure Tiles: Cave/Dungeon Links

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Make the transition from caves to dungeons and back again with e-Adventure Tiles: Cave/Dungeon Links. This 15 tile set contains:

4 Dungeon Chamber to Cave Passage tiles
4 Cave Chamber to Dungeon Passage tiles
4 Chamber to Chamber tiles
3 Passage to Passage tiles

This set will help make your other sets of e-Adventure Tiles more flexible than ever and help keep your Players guessing.

e-Adventure Tiles feature the artwork of RPG cartographer Ed Bourelle and each set has both color and grayscale versions.

The Bonus Tiles for this set can be found in e-Adventure Tiles: Annual 1

More than 50 FREE bonus tiles in one download.

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February 25th, 2008
I own a lot of SK Games' tiles, and they are awesome. They're well worth the proice. I use them as jpgs with Map Tool on a cloned monitor, and they really bring the setting alive. Hopefully, they will get the town/city tiles going soon! [...]
November 24th, 2004
These sets are incredible. They are the best thing to happen to D&D since the d20 system. The also work well with 2nd ed. and compliment the D&D(Star Wars) miniatures very well. Thanks Ed. This has put the spark back in my campaign.<br> [...]
April 26th, 2004
I have tried various printable terrain products and e-Adventure is by far the best. With an expanding product line, I am quickly developing a stockpile of tiles for any situation, whether I create an entire complex or simply a couple of important room [...]
April 14th, 2004
Highly useful set when used in conjunction with the other Dungeon Rooms and Cave sets; perhaps not so useful from a standalone point of view but it's hard to see how it could be, given it's stated purpose - a purpose it achieves extremely well. [...]
March 14th, 2004
If you are using the dungeon and cave sets, this is the set you need... This is a must have if you want to combine those sets in 1 adventure.... If you liked the dungeons and cave sets, be sure to buy this one.... you'll love it.... (I [...]
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January 23, 2004
This title was added to our catalog on January 23, 2004.
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