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http://rpg.drivethrustuff.com/product_info.php?products_id=83216&affiliate_id=294988

 

This is excellent stuff. A mate blogs on the subject here:

 

http://sirrob01.wordpress.com/2013/06/15/papercraft-build-inked-adventures-dungeon-cut-up-basic/

 

He's become something of an expert on all aspects of printable terrain, miniatures, etc., so do yourself a favour and have a look.

 

 

 

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I would also recommend Fat Dragon Games as FDG make some really really nice 2D and 3D papercraft terrain. Looking at the link above, the FDG stuff is more expensive though.

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FDG would be my second choice in value for money. They also have a fantastic traps and tricks package. They live here.

 

See also their "E-X Dungeons Expansion 6", but the Copper Dragon stuff linked above is pure 2D.

 

Discussion, and credits for pointing out the best of FDG, here. Hat tip: Unruly.

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WorldWorksGames is where I get all my printable terrain.

 

The links in your first post make me think of Warhammer Quest.

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Hmmm, Warhammer Quest is still worth doing an Internet/Google troll for - there are a lot of rather nice tiles that are still out there.

 

I really wish that GW would bring back WHQ... or that Reaper would do a dungeon crawl game with Bones miniatures....

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Hmmm, Warhammer Quest is still worth doing an Internet/Google troll for - there are a lot of rather nice tiles that are still out there.

 

I really wish that GW would bring back WHQ... or that Reaper would do a dungeon crawl game with Bones miniatures....

I would buy that in a heartbeat.

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I'm using them in Goalsystem Delves. It's pretty simple and runs on D6. ARES wargame can be easily subverted into a dungeon crawl and uses various polyhedrals, good for number skills for kids. There's a couple of Hero Quest offshoot homebrews out in the wilds, including one called Dungeon Crawl that comes with a bunch of printable boards, and of course Swords and Wizardry and other 0e/ 1e emulators, most of which are fairly cross-compatible. And of course folks around here run Warlord as a dungeon crawl.

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