The Olympic Games open in Rio tonight and in honor of the games, Dungeoneering presents the Ancient Greek Tile Set. Perfect for recreating the games of old in the RPG of your choice.
Fifteen pages of ancient Greek tiles for your adventurers to play around on. A large 8×10 grid to play on as well as a variety shapes and sizes to print, cut, and use.
Simple and effective, you can print and cut the grids to fit any gaming table or campaign. They are unmarked, allowing you to use them for any game system or genre.
With the Juno probe getting to Jupiter, why not get your gaming group into outer space as well?
A diamond plate base with several add-ons, including:
- Computer consoles
- A sick bay
- A hanger
- A science lab
- Fire and smoke effects
- Acid burns
- And more!
Rounding out the three “classic” RPG genres, we have a Spotify playlist for Horror roleplaying games. Turn the lights out and get gaming (well, maybe leave one light on…in the hallway…you know…for safety).
Are you liking the new playlists from Dungeoneering? Be sure to let us know what you like and what we can add.
Want some free music to play at the gaming table? Try out this playlist. It’s a little over 8 hours. If you can game longer than that, bless you and let me know how you manage it!
Stay tuned for more playlists in the coming weeks for more genres and sound effects. If you have any songs on Spotify that you think add to the playlists, by all means let me know and I’ll add them.
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