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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In general, DU1 isn’t a good starter set, no. I’ve generally liked the Dungeon Tiles WotC has released in the past. Anyway, HERE is a link to the group. One alone will not get you the “Giant” rooms your looking for. If it’s not a good starter, which of the more ddu1 older sets makes the best starter set? Friday, 1st June, How do you “De-Burr” the Dungeon Tiles?
Thanks, I was hoping there was a thread like that somewhere. Any Condition Any Condition. I ran a short-lived campaign at a co-worker’s place, and he had a big box of the things, 4 or 5 sets all told, IIRC. Show More Show Less.
DU1 Halls of the Giant Kings (tiles)
I know there are others out there. DU1 is also seemingly out of print, but the going rate for this set on Ebay is a lot more forgiving. Join Date Oct Posts Whose Boat Is This Boat? Sometimes gets alittle cumbersome carrying them around with you to play and keeping them organized but I do like them.
They even have 3-D doors and the like to give it a bit more visual interest. Wednesday, 26th November, They are thick and you can use them over and over without fear of breaking them. Best Giannt in Other Books See all. You might also check out the Fat Dragon tile pdf’s at rpgnow.
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However, I don’t own any myself, and will be starting a new campaign here in a few weeks. Halls of the Giant Kings: I’m a big fan of the Dungeon tiles.
Results 1 to 8 of 8. Tombs and Horrors Are a few examples. I stick to the Tiles from wizards of the coast. I have three copies of this set.
Halls of the Giant Kings (Dungeon Tiles DU1): Worth buying? A good “starter” set?
I’d be willing to bet that WotC will put the first set, and possibly the first couple, back into production at some point. Dungeon Tiles ‘Harrowing Halls’ to use 3D elements. Positive review Hall of the Giant Kings Using these pieces does enhance play, don’t have to worry about drawing out everything and the artwork is great.
Posted By Abstruse Dngeon, 27th December, If they do so, Tye hope they fix the doors, as they did in later sets.
DU1 Halls of the Giant Kings
Are the “themed” tiles just as usable as the rest of them in the set? Trending Price New. Led Zeppelin by Led ZeppelinHardcover 3.
I don’t expect WotC to rerelease them rather than publishing new ‘base’ sets which may contain tiles similar to those of DT1 and 2 with a better matching color giaht and fixed doors. Posting Quick Reply – Please Wait. Finally, there’s a Yahoo!