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Wednesday June 10, 2009
Cartophile No. 9 has been released!

The three 7 x 10 tiles in this issue detail A dungeon chamber of long forgotten baths. Features include multiple elevations, stagnant water, and numerous signs of decay.

Each issue of Cartophile contains the tiles to build a unique miniatures-scale encounter area that is compatible with e-Adventure Tiles and a full page map that can be used to inspire an adventure or encounter. Although the tiles in Cartophile are not modular, they present the opportunity to create scenes that would not be able to be done with e-Adventure Tiles.
Click here to buy Cartophile No. 9
Wednesday October 22, 2008
Cartophile No. 8 has been released!

The six 6 x 9 tiles in this issue detail a large ceremonial dungeon chamber centered around an arcane portal. Features include multiple elevations, a rune inlaid portal, fiery braziers, and two antechambers. Alternate tiles allow you to use this set without the portal.

Each issue of Cartophile contains the tiles to build a unique miniatures-scale encounter area that is compatible with e-Adventure Tiles and a full page map that can be used to inspire an adventure or encounter. Although the tiles in Cartophile are not modular, they present the opportunity to create scenes that would not be able to be done with e-Adventure Tiles.
Click here to buy Cartophile No. 8
Sunday July 6, 2008
Cartophile No. 7 has been released!

Cartophile No. 7 features four dungeon tiles detailing an ornate crypt, complete with a tiered burial chamber, jeweled sarcophagi, giant statues, and runic flooring. A second burial chamber can be hidden behind a secret passage by using the alternate tiles provided. Just switch them out when the passage is discovered.

Each issue of Cartophile contains the tiles to build a unique miniatures-scale encounter area that is compatible with e-Adventure Tiles and a full page map that can be used to inspire an adventure or encounter. Although the tiles in Cartophile are not modular, they present the opportunity to create scenes that would not be able to be done with e-Adventure Tiles.
Click here to buy Cartophile No. 7
Thursday May 15, 2008
Cartophile No. 6 has been released!

Cartophile No. 6 features four cave tiles detailing the scene of a savage slaughter. If this set of tiles was a movie it would be called Cannibal Kitchen and would be rated R for graphic violence. Details include butcher tables, scrap piles, a hearth with cooking meat, an elevated cage/pantry, water pool, and plenty of gore. This set is not for the squeamish.

Also included are alternate version of the tiles without all the carnage.

Each issue of Cartophile contains the tiles to build a unique miniatures-scale encounter area that is compatible with e-Adventure Tiles and a full page map that can be used to inspire an adventure or encounter. Although the tiles in Cartophile are not modular, they present the opportunity to create scenes that would not be able to be done with e-Adventure Tiles.
Click here to buy Cartophile No. 6
Monday April 28, 2008
Cartophile No. 5 has been released!

The six 6 x 9 tiles in this issue detail a large temple and the attached housing for the acolytes. Features include a marble tiled floor in the narthex and chapel, a raised dais with altars, marble seating, and fully furnished living spaces. Alternate tiles connect this set to the Harbor and Warehouse sets of e-Adventure Tiles.

Each issue of Cartophile contains the tiles to build a unique miniatures-scale encounter area that is compatible with e-Adventure Tiles and a full page map that can be used to inspire an adventure or encounter. Although the tiles in Cartophile are not modular, they present the opportunity to create scenes that would not be able to be done with e-Adventure Tiles.
Click here to buy Cartophile No. 5
Saturday March 29, 2008
Cartophile No. 4 has been released!

The five 6 x 9 tiles in this issue detail the ruins of a large ziggurat forgotten in the wilderness. Withered vines climb the stone steps to the top of the ruin where a shaft descends into the depths of the earth. Alternate versions of the ziggurat top include a sacrificial circle and a plain platform.

Each issue of Cartophile contains the tiles to build a unique miniatures-scale encounter area that is compatible with e-Adventure Tiles and a full page map that can be used to inspire an adventure or encounter. Although the tiles in Cartophile are not modular, they present the opportunity to create scenes that would not be able to be done with e-Adventure Tiles.
Click here to buy Cartophile No. 4
Thursday February 14, 2008
Cartophile No. 3 has been released!

This issue's tiles form a multi-chamber cave network with stairs leading into an entry chamber, a throne room, and a primitive sleeping chamber. Details include demonic idols, an engraved throne, a spike protected passage, burning torches, bones, mud, and roots.

Each issue of Cartophile contains the tiles to build a unique miniatures-scale encounter area that is compatible with e-Adventure Tiles and a full page map that can be used to inspire an adventure or encounter. Although the tiles in Cartophile are not modular, they present the opportunity to create scenes that would not be able to be done with e-Adventure Tiles.
Click here to buy Cartophile No. 3
Friday February 1, 2008
Cartophile No. 2 has been released!

This issue's tiles form a volcanic cavern with a number of rocky ledges above a pool of flowing lava. The upper most level will tie into any e-Adventure Tile Dungeon set and features pillars where a sacrifice can be chained. Alternate tiles give you the options remove the whirlpool that swirls below the sacrificial outcrop.

Each issue of Cartophile contains the tiles to build a unique miniatures-scale encounter area that is compatible with e-Adventure Tiles and a full page map that can be used to inspire an adventure or encounter. Although the tiles in Cartophile are not modular, they present the opportunity to create scenes that would not be able to be done with e-Adventure Tiles.
Click here to buy Cartophile No. 2
Wednesday January 16, 2008
Cartophile No. 1 has been released!

This issue's tiles form a multi-level chamber with a sewer connection dropping into a deep pool via a waterfall. A lower platform connects to a dungeon ledge on the opposite side of the chamber which can also be reached by a rope bridge that spans the pool below. Other details include a brazier full of bones, etched floor designs, and the remains of a giant snake.

Each issue of Cartophile contains the tiles to build a unique miniatures-scale encounter area that is compatible with e-Adventure Tiles and a full page map that can be used to inspire an adventure or encounter. Although the tiles in Cartophile are not modular, they present the opportunity to create scenes that would not be able to be done with e-Adventure Tiles.
Click here to buy Cartophile No. 1
 
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