Ben finally got a first-hand go of the Wizards of the Coast Dungeon tile accessory line. Gabe-age’s dawned the DM hat and took the gang through our very first Dungeon Delve encounter. He utilized The Halls of the Giant Kings Dungeon Tiles to set the scene.
Each pack contains six double-sided sheets of illustrated, die-cut terrain tiles printed on heavy cardstock. Gabe-age taped them down to his laminated game board to help prevent slide-age. Once done, the scotch tape came off with surprising ease.
The tile art is top notch, the durability way above par, and the variety abundant (10 different sets and counting). And while Ben’s terrain preference is to always go 3-D, these D&D Dungeon Tiles are your best choice when the budget is tight and the storage space is low