Link together our past and future Dungeon Rooms with this set of Dungeon Passage tiles!

These passages make it possible to build your own unique dungeon layout, such as the one above built with the free Dungeon Prison and Pool rooms. Even without the rooms, they make for excellent secret tunnels or underground labyrinths!

It’s possible to print these out as a physical tileset, or use them in Roll20 (or other VTTs). Show us what you create in the comments!



Creative Commons LicenseThis work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License, thanks to our generous supporters. If you would like to use this map commercially, please contact me 🙂

These dungeon passages are free to download thanks to:

Owen Eli Cook, Michael Scartaccini, Michael Pace, Simon Lawes, Nicholas O’Sullivan, Joe Needles @Hi_Average_Joe, Sam Wise, Dantemagnum, Jelle, Brian Barron, Michael Reading, David Parks, D. Hunt @CanjeStudios, D&D Adventure League North OC, Steven Van Cauteren, Charles Harris, Ryan Littlefield, charliefewsmith, Gilwainmok, Bruno Jutras, Ingjald Pilskog, Stephanie Novak, Joshua Renz, Austin Auclair, Adam Henderson, Taber, Glenn, superducky, Alex Swanson, FableButt @FableButt, eddy zrout, Cansin Akcasoy, matt holmberg, James Ball, Rhea, Sara King, Rickard Thernlund, Håkon Eirik Grønlien, Erin O’Neall, Wilhelm Lehnhardt @3mporio, Jain Deaux, Alex Hagerman, Poptard, Julien Therrien, Sheenariel @Sheenariel, Jorshuan, and all my other wonderful Patrons!


The Dungeon Passages Set

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Ross McConnell

Artist and DM, I draw the maps, record the videos, and write the articles here at 2-Minute Table Top. It's my ideal creative outlet, and it's all thanks to you!

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Published: July 3, 2017
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