Welcome to Dungeon of Terror, the largest dungeon ever tiled!
Dungeon of Terror contains 164 rooms, 8 different zones (each one featured in a single product), and it's broken into 225 customizable tiles.
You can play Dungeon of Terror as a whole dungeon or extract your favorite sub-dungeon (or even a single room or encounter area) to suit your campaign. If you're bold, you can lay down a massive 120x150-inch dungeon to play the most extended miniature-scaled dungeon crawl in history!
This is Dungeon of Terror #1: Orcs' Nest.
This product details the northernmost part of the Dungeon of Terror, where the Fanged Skull orc tribe dwells. It contains a Referee Map and 35 customizable tiles.
In each B&W product you'll find:
- A Referee Map detailing a fantasy location
- The whole location broken into US letter sheets in miniature scale (each sheet contains a 8x10-inch tile)
- A short description of each area of the location, with suggested plots
The Rule the Dungeon Feature
This 0one's exclusive feature allows you to customize the look of your map by adding the furniture, toggle the grid, hide the room numbers, and much more. On the Referee Map, you will find a big "Rule the Dungeon" button. By clicking on this button some options will be shown, as detailed below. A checkmark will appear beside the active options.
The options available could vary with products; below is a list of the most common options included in B&W products:
Text: toggle room numbers and tile numbers
Tiling: toggle the page tiling (Referee Map only)
Furniture: toggle furniture
Doors: toggle doors
Square/Hex Grid: toggle square grid and hexagonal grid
No Grid: turn off the grid
Black Fill: toggle the black fill in the walls
Grey Fill: toggle the grey fill in the walls
No Fill: toggle the white fill in the walls
All: toggle default state/empty state (with just the walls)
Written by Mario Barbati
Vector Graphics: Always get maximum print resolution
- Fully Bookmarked
Enhanced Navigation and Printing: Clicking on the Referee Map gives you choices for navigation and printing