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e-Adventure Tiles: Flooded Dungeons


e-Adventure Tiles
Flooded Dungeons

by Edward Bourelle

On the lowest level of the dungeon, flood water has created a stagnant mire that can impede the progress of adventurers and hide unusual threats. e-Adventure Tiles: Flooded Dungeons contains 25 tiles featuring water filled dungeon passages (10ft. and 20ft. wide) and chambers. In addition to the usual Bonus Tiles, this set features 10 more transitional tiles that will connect with any of the other Dungeon sets of e-Adventure Tiles.

e-Adventure Tiles are designed by Ed Bourelle for use with your favorite RPG or miniatures skirmish game.

Check out all of the underground waterways from SkeletonKey Games.

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February 25th, 2008
SK Game's products are the best tiles avalible; I own a lot of their products, and strongly recommend them. That said, this seemed to be the least inspired offering to date. Still a good purchase, though. [...]
February 13th, 2007
This set fell a bit short of the usual high standard of SkeletonKey Games. The art is beautiful, as always, but the utility of this set is questionable. It seems like there are a few tiles missing, which really should have been included. There are [...]
December 27th, 2005
Excellent as always. The products from Skeleton Key Games rarely let you down.<br><br><b>QUALITY</b>: Very Good<br><br><b>VALUE</b>: Satisfied<br> [...]
October 19th, 2005
These tiles have become a mainstay of my fantasy adventures. I print them in color and put them onto cardstock squares for changing dungeon areas and mount some in specific combinations to make permanent or larger rooms/areas. My group has loved the [...]
June 1st, 2005
I just started a new, "old school" campaign based entirely on dungeon crawling and subterranean exploration. An important element of making a game like this work, especially for someone who's played for 20 years as I have, is solid visualizat [...]
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