Description, Halls of the Giant Kings is intended as a terrain-building aid for Dungeon Masters. Use the tiles contained in this set to build encounter locations for. Product Blurb: Illustrated cardstock terrain tiles for use with the Dungeons & Dragons Roleplaying Game. This product adds a new dimension to D&D games and. Du1 Halls of the Giant Kings: Dungeon Tiles (Dungeons & Dragons) by Bruce R. Cordell; Christopher Perkins; James Wyatt at – ISBN
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I’d be willing to bet that WotC will put the first set, and possibly the first couple, back into production at some point. Led Zeppelin by Led ZeppelinHardcover 3. Finally, there’s a Yahoo!
Halls of the Giant Kings (Dungeon Tiles DU1): Worth buying? A good “starter” set?
I have three copies of this set. See details for additional description. Hakls know there are others out there. Untitled by Reese WitherspoonHardcover 5. If they do so, I hope they fix the doors, as they did in later sets. Thursday, 29th October, In general, DU1 isn’t a good starter set, no.
You may also like. Group that maintains a Dungeon Tiles Mapper program, and is a good source of new set-ups and downloads into the program for the new sets.
Positive review Hall of the Giant Kings Using these pieces does enhance play, don’t have to worry about drawing out everything and the dingeon is great. Some tiles were simply black on one side, not sure why but otherwise seems a good value.
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You might also check out the Fat Dragon tile pdf’s at rpgnow. If kongs are looking for a pretty generic set, make sure to check out DT6: I would recommend if your an avid gamer. See all 3 brand new listings. Thanks, I was hoping there was a thread like that somewhere. Best Selling in Other Books See all. Trending Price New.
The lowest-priced brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging where packaging is applicable. This item doesn’t belong on this page. These tiles are very useful and versatile for simple yet big scaled interiors and areas useful with minis.
I ran a short-lived campaign at gant co-worker’s place, and he had a big box of the things, 4 or 5 sets all told, IIRC. Show More Show Less.
However, I don’t own any myself, and will be starting a new campaign here in a few weeks.
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I stick to the Tiles from wizards of the coast. Using these pieces does enhance play, don’t have to worry about drawing out everything and the artwork is great. Errors The following errors occurred with your submission. Ratings and Reviews Write a review.
Sometimes gets alittle cumbersome carrying them around with you to play and keeping them organized but I do like them. A good “starter” set? dungeob
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Traffic is very light — I wish it were heavier, actually — so it won’t overwhelm your inbox. I was unable to find a review for this set in the Reviews section How do you “De-Burr” the Dungeon Tiles?
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