Are you the kind of Game Master who enjoys building your own wizards maze, monster lair, or a long lost temple ruin?
We are just like you, we love building maps and deadly traps! Thus we have released a series of map tiles just for people like you. The Dungeon Map Tiles art packs consist of “ready-made” map tiles.
Map Tile Artwork
Each dungeon map tile is a combination of hand drawn artwork and photographic source material that gives us the unique style of all Studio WyldFurr Maps. All of the tiles have been rendered from a birds eye view of the landscape, with shadowing used to give the illusion of depth.
Map Tile Scale
Our range of digital role playing tokens all use a standard scale of 1 inch to 3 pixels, for a standard D&D character square of 180 pixels. Thus all of our Map Tiles also use this character square size. But we have also included smaller 50 pixel square map tiles for those of us who use the smaller 50 pixel square size.
How to use the Dungeon Map Tiles
The map tiles have been made as a kind of ready made art pack that you can simply just drag’n’drop into place to build a map. To do this all you need is a graphics editing program such as Photoshop, Gimp, or one of the Map Making programs that permit you to use tiles to build maps.
Simply start with a blank white page, then start dragging in each tile and placing them on the page to build your map. That is it!
Sample Sheet PDF
Want to have a look at every map tile that is inside the Dungeon Map Tiles pack before committing to buying the pack? Then we have a PDF that is just perfect for you. We have a Sample Sheet PDF that displays every map tile that is inside the Dungeon Map Tiles pack. You can simply download it here and check out what is inside the pack.
When we were developing the map tiles we broke down the project into four basic phases: The Basic tiles, a flooded set of tiles, a split level set, and lastly a surface set complete with castle walls. As each stage was completed we released each stage as a Map Pack here in the Studio WyldFurr store to let people get a taste of the Map Tiles.
Soon after we completed the initial four packs, we started work on expanding the core set of tiles with some specialized tiles. Such as pit traps, surface building tiles, and round tower tiles to expand on the already existing set of circular walls in the initial core set. Now that all core and expansion material has been completed, we have bundled up the entire project up into one big jumbo Map Tile Pack: Dungeon Map Tiles.
This pack contains all of the core and expansion map tiles from our pre-production map packs. The jumbo map pack can be found on RPGnow.com along with other great products from Studio WyldFurr, such as the Fantasy Furniture Tokens Pack which is a great asset for adding furniture to your dungeon map.
We also have a special Game Master’s Starter Set bundled deal within which you can get the Dungeon Map Tiles pack, plus our Goblin Tribes Pack, the Fantasy Furniture Pack, and our Critterz Token Pack. The Game Master’s Starter Set is the best way for a Game Master to get a head start with all you need to start online role-playing with Fantasy Grounds, Battlegrounds, or Roll20.
Production Map Tile Packs
If you already own a few of the production Map Tile Packs from the Studio Store, and don’t want to buy the whole thing again. You can still get the individual production packs from the Studio Store. Here is a list of all the packs:
The first pack is our basic set of tiles. You could quite easily just build your dungeon with this map pack as it contains the essential map tiles.
The next pack we produced was the flooded tiles set. The goal with this set was to provide the basic set in two flooded forms. One with the floor tiles seen through the water, while a second where the water was deeper and the floor tiles could not be seen.
The objective with this set was to produce a set of “Special Detail” map tiles. This pack gives you access to sunken floor areas that can create a split level effect to the floor space of a room. Plus sewer drain detail tiles, curved wall tiles, along with a spiral staircase set of tiles.
The last pack expands on Pack #3 with stronghold walls, grass tiles, footpath tiles, and special large gateway tiles. This pack is aimed at giving you the ability to build the entrance to your dungeon.
This pack lets Game Masters drop unsuspecting players into pits filled with nasty spikes!
This pack is all about letting Game Masters design surface buildings as the entrances to their Dungeon lairs!
The round tower pack provides the Game Master a range of map tiles to add more rounded walls to their maps.
The diagonal walls pack provides the Game Master with a range of diagonal walls that can be used to make rooms or passageways at 45 degrees to the standard right angels of the standard tile walls.