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Harrowing Halls - Dungeon Tiles: A D&D Accessory

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  • Posted May 5, 2010

    Harrowing Directions

    Harrowing Halls is a collection of 1inch equals 5 feet tiles for use in Dungeons and Dragons (other RP games as well). This particular set is comprised of two sided tiles portraying a large expanse of wooden interior flooring on one side as well as a nicely done outside stone area on the reverse. The real selling feature of this set is the 3-D tiles. There are no real instructions so you are left to your own device as to how the pieces go together. I was able to make stairs, elevated platforms and some tables, but no matter how I tried there were pieces that left me clueless as to their use. Overall I like using tiles of this sort in my gaming as they can be placed in a myriad ways and combined with other sets. The 3-D tiles while novel add very little to the set. A 3-D only set would be welcome

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