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Dungeon Tile Mastery: 9 Ways To Get The Most Out Of Your Tile Collection

This month’s RPG blog carnival is about cartography and mapping. And I thought dungeon tiles would fit that theme nicely. I like the WotC dungeon tiles a lot and have been collecting sets over the years. They offer a number of advantages over other mapping methods. They save on your toner bill. Printing out maps […]

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Review: Art of Wor City Tiles: The Stone Bard Inn

The Stone Bard Inn city tiles by Three Sages Games are seven slick full colour productions designed to enhance tavern brawls and inn encounters. The tiles are actually letter-sized plastic sheets with anti-skid foam backing. Because of the plastic, you can use wet and dry erase markers on them. Three sheets combine to offer a […]

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Darkest of Winters Adventure Synopsis #14

By Silveressa While delayed a couple weeks due to unforeseen dental difficulties, (vicodin makes it hard to do much of anything let alone GM or write coherently) the campaign is back on track with regular weekly updates, this one nearly twice the usual size to make up for the missing weeks. (Like usual, whenever possible I’ve kept […]

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