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e-Adventure Tiles
Multi-Level Dungeon Chambers

by Edward Bourelle

e-Adventure Tiles: Multi-Level Dungeon Chambers adds depth to your subterranean adventures with linkable ledges and stairways.

This 50 tile set contains enough tiles to build a sprawling dungeon complex that will add a new dimension to combat and provide many opportunities for characters to use their non-combat skills while exploring. Characters beware; the potential for falling damage in these dungeons is high.

This super-sized set contains twice the tiles of our regular sets for only $1.00 more.

e-Adventure Tiles are designed for use in your favorite miniatures games and RPGs by industry cartographer Edward Bourelle.
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July 5th, 2006
I found the tile very clean and crisp, however very unrealistic in that manner. It seemed to leave a early nintendo feel to the game, a comment generated by my 8 yr old daughter. I liked the tiles work but felt they could have had a bit more uniqueness [...]
December 27th, 2005
Excellent as always. The products from Skeleton Key Games rarely let you down.<br><br><b>QUALITY</b>: Excellent<br><br><b>VALUE</b>: Very Satisfied<br> [...]
March 7th, 2005
This set is absolutely massive--61 tiles, including the one online bonus tile--and for that alone it deserves the highest possible ratings for these reviews. Beyond that, of course, is the gaming utility, and this set delivers in spades. Create large [...]
January 15th, 2005
I bought this as soon as it became available. Its a huge set of tiles (60 if you include the bonus ones) that make an excellent companion to the other dungeon tile sets. As usual the artwork is excellent and the bonus tiles increase the range of possib [...]
January 15th, 2005
Another excellent product from SkeletonKey. This is a particularly usefull set if you have the three dungeon sets and the multi-level dungeons, because it adds so much connectivity.<br><br><b>LIKED</b>: Excellent design and wor [...]
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January 11, 2005
This title was added to our catalog on January 11, 2005.
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