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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!
Our first reader submitted download!
Check out this PowerPoint created by Kai to help you build your own map using Dungeoneering’s tiles.
This is a great example of how to use the Creative Commons license. You all are free to build new stuff with it and share it with others for free.
If you have maps, tiles, or whatever you want to share, email me and let me know!
Download now: [download#114]
Way back when (before this was Dungeoneering.net and was a Geocities site) one of the most popular downloads were dice roll lists. What are dice roll lists? Let me explain.
Back in the good old days of my hardcore GMing sessions, I found that (due to lack of space) throwing dice could be a bit of a pain, when I wanted to keep them secret. These were the days when laptops where mind-blowingly expensive and I was on a student budget. Also, a lot of my gaming prep was done during lulls in lectures, during lunch, etc.
A few new pages added to the site.
Pages for Most Downloaded, Least Downloaded, and Mean Streets are now available. For the most and least downloaded pages, I’m giving you the top and bottom twenty, respectively. The Mean Streets page gives you all (two) downloads for the D20 Modern series.
Need to add some more to that, don’t I?