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2e Adventure Tiles: Dungeon Core Set $9.99
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2e Adventure Tiles: Dungeon Core Set
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2e Adventure Tiles: Dungeon Core Set
Publisher: SkeletonKey Games
by Walter J. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 08/19/2013 15:50:42
This is a deliberately vanilla core set not a detail one, so the rating is base on how good this set does its job not whether it could be "prettier." This set does a good job of representing the basic dungeon tiles. Corridors: straight, 90 degree turn, T-intersection, 4-way intersection, stairs straight, stairs 90 degree turn and several dead ends into small rooms. Rooms: corners, sides, with entrance and non-entrance versions; middle sections and L-wing connectors. Everything you need to build a basic dungeon and all worth 5 stars so far for this type of set.

So why take off a star for this set? There are no doors. Not one. This set has to be viewed as a replacement to the old E-Adventure Tiles Dungeons Volume 1 (SKG105e) which had a door and non-door version of every room entry and had doors on some of the passage intersections as well. Honestly, there were probably too many door tiles in the original set - but to go from lots to none takes off a lot of this set's utility.

I don't think this set needs a lot of doors/non-door variant tiles like were in the original set, but I would like to see a page added to the set that just had doors you could cut out and place on the other tiles: a varity of 5' x 10' sections with a 5 foot wide door, a pair of 5 foot wide doors, a single 10 foot wide door and so on. It would be nice if larger double doors could be included that were like 5' x 15' and 5' x 20'.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
2e Adventure Tiles: Dungeon Core Set
Publisher: SkeletonKey Games
by Christopher H. [Featured Reviewer]
Date Added: 02/22/2011 00:25:37
This set marks a kind of new beginning for SkeletonKey Games’s printable miniatures-scale tiles. With “2e Adventure Tiles,” Ed Bourelle introduces a modified artistic style. Specifically, the floor squares now have a more irregular look, and walls appear to be made of gray bricks or dressed stone rather than the old-style thick black walls. Six “bonus” tiles provide connections between the new and old styles. The layouts themselves are, frankly, not particularly exciting, but they do form a solid foundation for a new wave of Adventure Tiles from this industry stalwart.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
2e Adventure Tiles: Dungeon Core Set
Publisher: SkeletonKey Games
by Keith (. T. A. [Featured Reviewer]
Date Added: 02/21/2011 07:53:00
A very useful tile set contain 46 individual tiles with various rooms and corridors for use in your dungeon craws. The set include 6 tiles to connect this set with the e-Adventure tile set. There are a number of rotated and flipped versions of the some of the tiles to make for easier dungeon creation for the face to face games. I would suggest printing them on card stock at a local office supply store and having them trim to the scissor guides.

For VTT users, the tiles line up so you can do on mass trim via an image editor for use on your Virtual Tabletop. The grids line up well and you'll have no problem trimming the tiles for online map creation.

Overall a very nice set of tiles.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
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