Town And City Building Tiles - Dungeons By Dan, Modular terrain and dungeon tiles for tabletop games using battle maps.
Town And City Building Tiles - Dungeons By Dan, Modular terrain and dungeon tiles for tabletop games using battle maps.
Town And City Building Tiles - Dungeons By Dan, Modular terrain and dungeon tiles for tabletop games using battle maps.
Town And City Building Tiles - Dungeons By Dan, Modular terrain and dungeon tiles for tabletop games using battle maps.
Town And City Building Tiles - Dungeons By Dan, Modular terrain and dungeon tiles for tabletop games using battle maps.
Town And City Building Tiles - Dungeons By Dan, Modular terrain and dungeon tiles for tabletop games using battle maps.

Town And City Building Tiles

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Creating a believable RPG city is difficult enough to do by itself. In the Town & City Buildings Tiles printed map pack, you can fill your bustling metropolis with 68 pre-made buildings with stone, wood, and dirt flooring. Fantasy buildings include: 

  • Alchemist
  • Inns/Taverns
  • Cobbler
  • Barracks
  • Restaurants
  • Library
  • Cartographer -Hospital
  • Seamstress
  • Leather Worker
  • Town Meeting Hall
  • Marketplace dirt patches
  • and more!

The Town and City Buildings modular map pack contains:

  • 48 Double-sided cards
  • 68 Buildings
  • 21 Paths
  • 7 Marketplace Floors

Size
Each printed card is 9"x9" terrain tile with a muted 10x10 grid so that you can play with or without a grid system. The Town & City Building maps are perfect for RPG miniatures such as the DnD 5e grid system. See the previews for mini size xamples.

Durability
If you're like me, you probably play with a couple of belching ogres called PCs (or friends), who tend to spill their ale every time you play. Because of that, each print is coated with a high-quality Satin UV Coating for durable scratch resistance, water resistance, and non-glare usage so that my products will last for many future campaigns to come. Tiles clean with a damp cloth.