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Dungeon Tiles Master Set - The Wilderness: An Essential Dungeons & Dragons Accessory (4th Edition D&D) Book Supplement – December 21, 2010
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I made the decision to tone down the tech i was using so i bought this and a few others and i must admit, my players enjoyed being able to physically move their minis across the board. it gives them a better visual then just staring at a screen.
From my aspect it much easier to piece tiles together the night before than it is to spend hours creating custom maps on my laptop.
I highly recommend this for any DM who is considering going with tiles.
I must really say this is one quality piece of product. The tiles are made of hardended cardboard material and easy to mix and match with the set where it comes in. Like many other reviews, the box is big enough to store extra sets of tiles (I personally use this box to store all "Nature Themed" tiles). For 15 dollars you recieve 10 sheets of amazing dungeon tiles of all sizes able to be placed side by side in any combination you wish, it also meshes greatly with other dungeon tile products for endless fun and building possibilities.
I recommend buying "Ruins of War", "The Witchlight Fens", "Shattered Keeps", and or "Castle Grimstead" map packs to complement the tiles in this particular set.
I see that most of the reviewers *hated* this product. I feel that it is useful when used with other tile sets.
Are you going to be able to construct an entire city with this tile set? Are Sea Monkeys as cool as the comic book ad would lead you to believe? Alas, the answer to both these questions is no.
On the other hand, if you need to put together a couple of indoor settings in short order then this set can save a DM hours in drawing or designing.
The line of "essential tiles" is helpful for any campaign setting.
The quality is top-notch. The tiles are two-sided, and each of the sets contains numerous add-ons that allow nearly endless varieties of terrain for encounters.
Since all of the tiles are done with symetric, equal squares for the grid, everyone of the sets is geomorphic. You can use the wilderness set with the city set to create a park in a city. You can use the dungeon set with the wilderness set to create a gothic, evil clearing.
The only limit is your imagination.
Truth be told, I use this tile set with all of my fantasy role-playing table-top games.
Some of the reviews point out that there are limited combinations. I agree. I use Campaign Cartographer for my specialized rooms and encounters and then print them out on cardstock. While that produces high quality props that are tailored to my campaign, it is much more expensive and time consuming. So yes, I agree that the tile set cannot match every single conceivable situation, but it would have been a wonderful addition to my DM arsenal 35 years ago and for the starting DM today. And, honestly, it is useful today for the generic and ad hoc encounters.
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