Pathfinder: Start Your Dungeons – Dungeon Tiles

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Ladies and Gentlemen, start your dungeons! Build your own dungeon complex with these modular, reversible tiles.

Build your own dungeon, either beforehand or on the fly with some of Pathfinder’s Flip tiles. If you’ve ever used any kind of dungeon tiles before you know what these things are like. A bunch of modular tiles that you can fit together in different ways to make the dungeon of your dreams.


Or, you know, once you’ve backed away from whatever led to that terrifying outburst, you’ll realize that these are some pretty flipping sweet tiles that make dungeoncrafting convenient. Instead of having to figure out what you’re going to do on the map you can have these prebuilt rooms ready to go. It makes setting up a breeze, though you do lose out on a little of the customizablility–things are definitely square dungeons–so on occasion you might want to break out your battlemat–but in general these tiles are pretty handy. They come pre-gridded and also support wet and dry erase markers, so you can even add your own features–and the Dungeon Starter set is a great place to get a big collection of them.

via Paizo

Pathfinder Flip Tiles: Dungeon Starter Set – $34.99

More tiles! More options! New size! Create massive dungeons with just a flip! The new and convenient Flip-Tiles: Dungeon Starter Set features 42 full-color 6 x 6-inch map tiles, with dungeon corridors and room pieces on both sides, all stunningly crafted by cartographer Jason A. Engle. These exciting new tiles put dungeon design in your hands!

Suitable for experienced GMs and novices alike, this product fits perfectly into any Game Master’s arsenal. Wet, dry, and permanent markers erase from the tiles! These double-sided dungeon tiles come in convenient packaging for easy storage. Take your dungeons to the next level!

Happy Adventuring!

  • marxlives

    What I am feeling right now after a young life wasted drawing dungeons on graph paper.

    • Rainthezangoose

      You feeling okay there buddy!

    • dave long island

      Wasted time mapping out dungeons on graph paper?? Not a moment of it wasted, my good man! Time well spent! I used to use my time in class to map out my dungeons. Much better use of time than listening to some idiot teacher drone on and on about some such nonsense or other. If I’m not mistaken there was a Kickstarter up not too long ago that basically took the ‘mapping out dungeons on graph paper’ thing and made an app or a computer program that does the same thing, but with a buncha fancy extras. I don’t know if it was funded or not. Anyhoo…

      • marxlives

        You remember when you had to do the same for video game RPGs? Ahhh those were the days.

        • dave long island

          No, not that it matters but obviously my comment was in reference to pen an paper RPGs, which is why I never mentioned ‘video game RPGs’. Try to keep up, will ya?… lol

          • marxlives

            Hey man, my mom says I am the smartest boy in the world so maybe you need to keep up with me 🙂

          • dave long island

            Well she’s a smart lady, so ya maybe you’re right about that, lol 🙂