Bring adventuring worlds to life with
Give your role-playing a boost with a set of sixteen, full colour, double sided, illustrated map tiles. Quickly create scenes for your game with these awesome modular map sets. The tiles are compatible with dry-wipe non permanent markers* and are printed over a subtle 1" grid pattern for extra playability. A must for any tabletop gamer.
This double sided, 16 tile town and wilderness set includes:
Two floors of a tavern, two floors of a mansion, blacksmith, stables, temple, graveyard, guardhouse, small shops, small housing, five town road sections, four open grassland tiles, two grassland with crags, three woodland tiles, four road tiles, ruined building, peasant's hut and an outdoor camp.
This double sided, 16 tile castle and dungeon set includes:
Wall outward corner, 4 x Wall inward corner, Gate, 5 x Straight walls, Dungeon entrance, Well courtyard, Grassed courtyard, Keep roof, Fenced corral, Throne room, Tower stair well, Cellar stairs, Prison cells, Torture chamber, Demonic temple, Carpeted corridor, T Junction stairs, Circular pit, Wizards tower, Corner corridor, Storage room, Guard chamber, Tower chambers, Grassland secret entrance, Water secret entrance
"The idea is to provide gamers of all ages with a modular system for quickly setting up maps to play out encounters," said head designer, Sean Pringle Kosikowsky. "We see this as an extension of our resin terrain for wargamers, it's all about bringing imaginary worlds to life and giving games greater depth simply and easily, over and over again.”
All the different sets work together, giving you more options for epic gaming scenes. You can have a tower in the forest, a dungeon entrance hidden in the wilderness or roads leading up to a walled city.
What's special with the Adventure Realm tile sets is they give you high quality, playable maps which can be flexibly used again and again, reconfigured for different scenes as you move from one story to the next. They really add depth to any roleplaying session.
*Try your Dry-Wipe marker on a small section first to see if your marker is compatible with the finish on the tile and do not allow pen to remain on boards for long periods of time.