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DU1 Halls of the Giant Kings (tiles)

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DU1 Halls of the Giant Kings (tiles)
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Abbreviation: N/A
Author: N/A
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Item Code: 217420000
Release Date: July 2008
Format: Trade Paperback
Page Count: N/A
ISBN-10: N/A
ISBN-13: 978-0-7869-4873-4
Price: $9.95 ; C$11.95
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 gives Dungeon Masters an easy and inexpensive way to include great-looking terrain in their games. This set provides ready-to-use, configurable tiles with which to build exciting dungeons, temples, and monster lairs. This accessory for the D&D game contains six double-sided sheets of illustrated, die-cut terrain tiles printed on heavy cardstock.

  • Quick and easy play: Dungeon Masters can use these tiles to create all sorts of dungeons.
  • Versatile: The tiles in this set are specifically designed with Large and Huge miniatures in mind, allowing Dungeons Masters to build wider halls and more spacious rooms. A combination of generic floor tiles and special-feature tiles make this a terrific starter set.
  • The Halls of the Giant Kings set is compatible with all past and future dungeon tiles sets, giving Dungeon Masters additional dungeon building options.
  • D&D Insider: Tiles from the Halls of the Giant Kings set will be available for use on the D&D Game Table at www.dndinsider.com.
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