Check Out PWork Wargames’ New MDF RPG Fantasy Tiles!

April 8, 2021 by brennon

PWork Wargames has put together some new RPG Fantasy Tiles for you to use when heading off on your tabletop roleplaying adventures. Three iconic locations have been released this week which would be perfect for a Dungeons & Dragons delve.

RPG Fantasy Tiles - PWork Wargames

RPG Fantasy Tiles // PWork Wargames

Each of the sets has been designed using 3mm MDF and would be another option for those looking to layout interesting locations to explore in Fantasy roleplaying games. Each set comes with between twelve and eighteen modular tiles which can be arranged in a variety of ways. You can then use them for exploration of combat purposes.

The Dungeon - PWork Wargames

The Dungeon // PWork Wargames

Because of their modular nature, you can lay these out piece-by-piece so you reveal the encounters as you go, surprising your adventuring party. Each tile is also broken down into 1" squares which should be perfectly viable for pretty much any roleplaying game.

The Dungeon (above) is very useful but I also think that The Forest could be very key for those wilderness encounters. How often has your adventuring party been ambushed on the road?

The Forest - PWork Wargames

The Forest // PWork Wargames

Another classic location that will pop up in most Fantasy roleplaying games is The Sewer. This gives you a nice selection of tunnels and water channels which could hold deadly secrets.

The Sewer - PWork Wargames

The Sewer // PWork Wargames

I like all the additional terrain which has been added into the mix for these sets. The doors, ladders, bridges, debris and more all really help to set the scene. Obviously, you'd have to slap a bit of paint on these but I reckon that an airbrush would make the job incredibly easy.

You could even go to the next level and start adding basing material to The Forest tileset! It is always nice to have more Dungeon Mastering options and it's fun to see PWork Wargames doing it in MDF!

Are you going to be snapping these up?

"Obviously, you'd have to slap a bit of paint on these but I reckon that an airbrush would make the job incredibly easy..."

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