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Cartophile No. 1

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Cartophile No. 1

This issue's tiles form a multi-level chamber with a sewer connection dropping into a deep pool via a waterfall. A lower platform connects to a dungeon ledge on the opposite side of the chamber which can also be reached by a rope bridge that spans the pool below. Other details include a brazier full of bones, etched floor designs, and the remains of a giant snake.

Each issue of Cartophile contains the tiles to build a unique miniatures-scale encounter area that is compatible with e-Adventure Tiles and a full page map that can be used to inspire an adventure or encounter. Although the tiles in Cartophile are not modular, they present the opportunity to create scenes that would not be able to be done with e-Adventure Tiles.


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February 7th, 2008
Nice little themed set, and a tile that actually features a wide overflow. I am looking forward to seeing some more of these sets, and hopefully some town ones with shops or the like in would be nice. Only drawback is the price, you don't get a [...]
January 23rd, 2008
This new line from Skeleton Key kicks off with a great, concise map. Much like the Sewer Challenge that Ed released earlier, this product provides a single, evocative setting for you to use as a unique environment. Unlike most other SKG products [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on February 04, 2008.
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