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Heroic Maps - Modular Kit: Caves

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Modular Kit: Caves

 
Modular Kit: Caves is a printable dungeon tileset compatible with any RPG/Dungeon-Crawl game. It can be used as a standalone set, or combined with any same-scale tileset.

Modular Kit: Caves comprises 64 different tiles that can be printed multiple times and arranged in limitless combinations.

Included:
PDF printable sheets, with both gridded and non-gridded versions
A set of 300dpi full size png files, for poster printing or VTT.
A sheet of wall and floor textures, for custom wall layouts
A set of sewer-cave and dungeon-cave transition tiles


This set is compatible with the 2.5D crafting system, a crafting technique for making dungeon tiles more than 2D but not quite 3D. The 2.5D system was created by DM Scotty (Google his forum for tips)
 
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An example of a cave network made from just a few of the tiles.



 
Modular Kit: Caves- 64 tiles, and can be printed at 28mm and 25mm scale.
 

 About Heroic Maps

Our game boards were originally designed to be used with Heroquest.  That's why you'll notice we don't mark the doors or add furniture - you can put these wherever you want them, using you favourite system (paper or 3D).  This will mean the board can be different every time you use it. You can download our free door pack here:

Heroic Maps boards are flexible enough to be used with many game systems.

 
Mix and Match with other Heroic Maps!

 

                                     

Go on an adventure!

      

 
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Chris C December 02, 2014 2:20 am UTC
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This is a pretty cool set. I'm using it in combination with the dungeon modular set to make 2.5D tiles for the Lost Mine of Phandelver (DnD 5e). Cutting these cavern tiles to shape out of cardboard is a much more tedious process than with the dungeon tiles because there are no straight lines. Its not a big deal to cut out the paper with an Xacto knife, but cardboard, especially double thick cardboard as suggested in the Mighty Gluestick video, is a different story. Its more expensive, but I've found foam core to work better for these caverns.
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Christian K December 11, 2014 5:16 am UTC
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I just used this set along with the modular large caverns (which were a big hit) to create a chapter from the Hoard of the Dragon Queen (also DnD 5e). My approach has been to cut the printouts with scissors and then glue to black foam core which I cut using more straight lines with a utility knife. It doesn't really help creating 2.5D tiles, but the foam core makes the 2D tiles rigid and easily placed on the table (even on top of short walls to create a second level) as the party is exploring. Definitely a cool set with lots of versatility.
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