These are the first two maps in our upcoming dungeon tile collection; modular tiles / geomorphs easily connected by a set of stairs and passageways (coming soon!)
There will be a mix of simple one-page rooms such as these, grand four-page rooms, puzzle rooms, boss rooms, room transitions and dungeon-themed props. Much like our modular buildings, you’ll be able to use these dungeon tiles to easily create your own layout. Custom build exactly the dungeon you need for your adventure or encounter.
This will be a long term project built up in-between other map releases, which will end only when I run out of ideas. Leave your room suggestions in the comments! I have a long list already, but we can never have enough tiles.
This 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 two dungeon maps are free to download thanks to:
Owen Eli Cook, Matthew Southall, Patrick O’Hagan, Michael Scartaccini, Michael Pace, Simon Lawes, Sam Wise, Nicholas O’Sullivan, Joe Needles @Hi_Average_Joe, Jackobi Forsyth, Dantemagnum, Jelle, Brian Barron, Michael Reading, David Parks, Jeff Sorensen @DelugeIA, D. Hunt @CanjeStudios, D&D Adventure League North OC, Steven Van Cauteren, Charles Harris, Ryan Littlefield, charliefewsmith, Gilwainmok, Bruno Jutras, Cansin Akcasoy, Ingjald Pilskog, James Ball, Stephanie Novak, Joshua Renz, Austin Auclair, Adam Henderson, Taber, Glenn, superducky, Rickard Thernlund, Alex Swanson, Tristan, Matthew Kammes, FableButt @FableButt, eddy zrout, Riley Grycewicz, matt holmberg, Rhea, Sara King, Layab547, Håkon Eirik Grønlien, Erin O’Neall, Jain Deaux, Julien Therrien, Holger Anderson, Wilhelm Lehnhardt @3mporio, Alex Hagerman, Poptard, Bill Anderson, Justin Huber, and all my other wonderful Patrons!