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e-Adventure Tiles: Annual 1

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e-Adventure Tiles
Annual 1

by Edward Bourelle

e-Adventure Tiles: Annual 1 collects all of the bonus tiles released during the first year of this best selling series in one place. All of the sets listed below are covered in this Annual collection of more than 50 FREE tiles ?

Multi-Level Caves
Cave/Dungeon Links
Cave Passages
Cave Chambers
Flooded Caves
Cave Details Vol. 1
Crypt of Blood
Dungeons Vol. 1
Dungeons Vol. 2
Dungeons Vol. 3
Iron Dungeons
Sacred Temples
Sewer Tunnels
Sewer Chambers
Dungeon Details Vol. 1
Wizards Tower
Wilderness Pools
Wilderness Ruins
Sacred Wilderness
Deciduous Wilderness
Caves / Wide & Narrow
Wilderness Cave Entrance 1
Wilderness Paths
Desert Ruins
And More?

Three tiles are included that were originally available only in these Ronin Arts products -

Allure of the Sea
Forbidden Arcana: Kelust's Tower
The Mechanical Woodsman and Other Stories

And to round things out -

The three tile Arena set originally found in The Dungeon Dudes Tabletop Rules from Dimensions Game Software has been expanded with six new tiles to provide a complete bonus set.
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August 4th, 2020
Useful and well made but limited in their shapes and specificity. [...]
February 3rd, 2020
Brilliant cheap and cheerful free dungeon, cave, arena [and others] tiles. Very nice art too. They have a geomorph quality to them too meaning that you can get huge variation out of this set. [...]
May 15th, 2015
These are a grab bag of bonus tiles from SkeletonKey Games. All of excelent quality, but varying wildly in applicability to my games. Still, you can't argue with FREE and I picked up the Annual 1 and 2 so as to get a good idea of what other eAdventure [...]
December 23rd, 2014
Bits and pieces that can be used to make a complete map or modify other maps to finish your adventure mapping. Beautiful and practical. [...]
September 12th, 2013
These are uniformly excellent - well conceived, expertly drawn & easy to use. [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on October 29, 2004.
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