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The story behind e-Adventure Tiles: Landshark Tunnels -
From time to time I design sets of tiles specific to my own gaming needs. In the case of Landshark Tunnels, the inspiration came from a recent purchase of some randomly packaged miniatures which contained a very large figurine that I didn't think I wanted. As it turns out, I was very impressed with this miniature (I now have two) and decided to design an encounter around it for my home game. This is where e-Adventure Tiles: Landshark Tunnels comes in. This set represents shallow and unstable tunnels that have been dug out recently and will soon collapse. The scope is somewhat limited because it is nothing but wide tunnels. For the purpose of this set, I have made cave connection tiles that will serve as bonus tiles so it can be used with more than just e-Adventure Tiles: Caves / Wide & Narrow. If feedback is good, I will expand this theme into a full blown cave set.
Thanks for listening -
Ed Bourelle
SkeletonKey Games

e-Adventure Tiles: Landshark Tunnels features wide caves with plenty of loose rubble and roots to slow characters down in the dark. The 10 tiles featured in this set are -
2 Straight Tunnels
2 Curved Tunnels
2 T Junctions
1 Partial Cave-In
1 Cave-In
1 Cave Entrance
1 Wilderness Entrance

e-Adventure tiles are designed for use with your favorite miniatures by RPG cartographer Edward Bourelle and come with both color and grayscale versions.

This set links directly with this Cave Tile set.
Caves / Wide & Narrow

And these Wilderness Tile sets -
Wilderness Ruins
Sacred Wilderness
Deciduous Wilderness
Wilderness Paths

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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Michael T. [Featured Reviewer]
April 29th, 2011
I bought this set because I wanted a more natural tunnel complex than the very obviously carved tunnels that so many sets offer. I was not disappointed. What I was disappointed in was that these tunnels are actually incompatible with most of the [...]
June 15th, 2007
Very different looking cave tiles with their rugged appearance. Nice addition.<br><br> <b>LIKED</b>: The cave-in and partial cave-in tiles<br><br><b>DISLIKED</b>: Nothing<br><br><b>QUALI [...]
January 18th, 2007
Another great set of tiles from the Master himself! This is a unique set of tiles, which I originally bought just because I wanted the entrance tile. After seeing this set, I designed a complete adventure for these beautiful tiles.<br><br&gt [...]
July 26th, 2005
I wanted a small lair for an Umber-hulk. Bought this product and used the tiles in that week's game. Worked great, and very convenient.<br><br><b>LIKED</b>: Easy to put together into an attractive little lair. Perfectly scale [...]
March 12th, 2005
An excellent (though small) e-Adventure tile set. Definately up to the usual high standards for interest and utility. The tile where the tunnel emerges out into the wilderness is one of my favorites, and the dead end tiles are great for misleading ad [...]
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