<BODY bgcolor=#000000 background="http://greywolf.critter.net/images/ad&d/layout/dungeon-dark.gif" text=gold topmargin=15 bottommargin=15 leftmargin=15 rightmargin=15 vlink=#F0F0F0 link=#FFFFFF> <meta name="description" content="Dungeon Tiles, Map Tiles, Floor Tiles"> <meta name="keywords" content="Dungeons & Dragons, FRPG, Miniatures, Dungeon Tiles, Floor Tiles, Map Tiles"> <TITLE>Greywolf's Map Tiles</TITLE> <font color=gold face=arial> <table width=100% border=0> <tr valign=top> <td width=50%> <table border=0 width=100%> <tr valign=top> <td width=60> <a href="http://greywolf.critter.net"> <img SRC="http://greywolf.critter.net/images/tiles/home-button.jpg" ALT="Greywolf Home Page" BORDER=0 align=center> </a> </td> <td align=center> <br> <img src="http://greywolf.critter.net/images/tiles/tiles-banner.jpg" alt="Greywolf's Map Tiles" border=0 align=center> <p> </td> <td width=60> &nbsp; </td> </tr> </table> <center> <table border=0 width=600> <tr valign=top> <td width=100%><font face="Arial" size=2> This is a collection of "map tiles" that I've created for use with miniatures or markers, with various RPG games. Feel free to print them off, cut them out (and, optionally, glue down to cardboard or mat board) for personal use. There has also been some interest expressed in using some of these textures for free online games; for such use, please see the copyright notices at the bottom of this page for more information. <p> If you'd like some paper models to use with them, you might want to check out my <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/fonts.htm>fonts page</a>, <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/figureflats.htm>figure "flats" page</a>, or <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/paper.htm>paper models page</a>. <p> <b>Last Update:</b> 20 Feb 2012. <i>(Updated map tiles for <a href=http://www.tripleacegames.com/WonderlandNoMore.php>Wonderland No More</a>.)</i> <p> </td> </tr> </table> <center><table border=0 width=600> <tr valign=top> <td width=120 bgcolor=#000000> <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/floortiles/doors-wooden-01.pdf> <img src=http://greywolf.critter.net/images/ad&d/tiles/doors-wooden-01-t.jpg alt="Wooden Dungeon Door"> </a> </td> <td><font size=+1 color=white><b> Wooden Dungeon Doors </b></font><br> A sheet of paper model dungeon doors you can cut out and fold over to represent doors with these floor tiles. (They're made to either be folded over "prism" or "inverted T" style.) Three door types are represented: rickety, standard, and reinforced. The latter two types come with and without barred windows. (Updated 30 Oct 2008.) </td> </tr> <tr valign=top> <td bgcolor=#000000> <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/floortiles/MapTiles_Dungeon_01.pdf> <img src=http://greywolf.critter.net/images/ad&d/tiles/7x9-slime-pool-t.jpg alt="7x9 Slime Pool Room"> </a> </td> <td><font size=+1 color=white><b> Dungeon Grab Bag #1 </b></font><br> Until such time as I organize these a bit better, here is a grab bag of images of generic "dungeon" sections, in approximately 1"=5m scale, with 1/2" thick wall sections, NOT tied to any specific gaming system. Some are meant to be cut apart and reassembled to make your own "custom" rooms and passages. Photographs of scenery assembled using <a href=http://www.hirstarts.com>Hirst Arts</a> molded blocks and digital camera texture sampling. Also includes the <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/images/ad&d/tiles/orc-and-pie-300dpi.jpg>Orc and Pie</a> room (inspired by Monte Cook's "Orc and Pie" adventure). </td> </tr> <tr valign=top> <td bgcolor=#000000> <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/floortiles/MapTiles_Dungeon_02.pdf> <img src=http://greywolf.critter.net/floortiles/MiscFloorTile_WoodPanel-t.jpg alt="Wood Panel Floor"> </a> </td> <td><font size=+1 color=white><b> Dungeon Grab Bag #2 </b></font><br> A collection of plain floor tile textures on 8"x10" sheets, most marked off in 1" grids. These aren't complete rooms; rather, they're meant for you to print onto cardstock and then cut out and paste together in whatever arrangements you like, in order to make basic passages, intersections and chambers - and things such as the sludge or water textures can be used to make hazards and obstacles. Tiles include: Brown Tiles, Grass Lawn, Green Sludge, Grey Brick, Ivy Dungeon, Muddy Cavern, Red/Green Bricks, Sepia Mosaic, Water, Woodpanel 1, and Woodpanel 2. These are not tied to any specific gaming system. </td> </tr> <tr valign=top> <td bgcolor=#000000> <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/floortiles/MapTiles_Dungeon_03.pdf> <img src=http://greywolf.critter.net/floortiles/MiscFloorTile_Steampunk-t.jpg alt="Steampunk Machinery"> </a> </td> <td><font size=+1 color=white><b> Dungeon Grab Bag #3 </b></font><br> This is a work-in-progress (though the same could be said for Grab Bag #1 as well), continuing the floor tile texture format, but with more of a "fantasy steampunk" theme. Textures include: Anti-Skid Diamond Plate, Blue Marble, Grates, Radioactive, and Steampunk Machinery. When time allows, I hope to expand this with some pipes and gears and lots of riveted plates. These are not tied to any specific gaming system. </td> </tr> <tr valign=top> <td bgcolor=#000000> <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/floortiles/MapTiles_Forest.pdf> <img src=http://greywolf.critter.net/images/ad&d/tiles/8x10-forest-bridge-t.jpg alt="8x10 Forest Bridge"> </a> </td> <td><font size=+1 color=white><b> Map Tiles: Forest </b></font><br> A series of "outdoors" sections, in approximately 1"=5m scale, meant to be printed off as 8"x10" floor tiles (but feel free to cut them up and glue them back together however you like). Textures were borrowed from my back yard. Includes versions with and without 1" grids, depicting a leaf-strewn forest floor, a forest brook, a wooden bridge crossing, a leafy forest trail, and a secluded forest pool. These are not tied to any particular gaming system. Last updated 1 Jan 2008 (to add "tree stump" tiles and reduce file size). </td> </tr> <tr valign=top> <td bgcolor=#000000> <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/floortiles/floortiles-ironclaw-bluestone.pdf> <img src=http://greywolf.critter.net/images/ironclaw/tiles/bluestone-shrine-72dpi-t.jpg alt="Bluestone Shrine 72 dpi"> </a> </td> <td><font size=+1 color=white><b> Ironclaw Shrine of S'allumer </b></font><br> Cut-apart floor tiles of chambers, corridors and turns that can be assembled to make the layout for an unfurnished temple, shrine, or noble residence. As with the Dungeon Grab Bag, <a href=http://www.hirstarts.com>Hirst Arts</a> blocks were used for photographic samples to create the stone walls and columns. This represents some earlier work, and is not necessarily "compatible" with other floor tile designs found here. For use with <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/ironclaw.htm>Ironclaw</a>, or any other fantasy RPG. (Ironclaw is a trademark of Sanguine Productions, Ltd.) </td> </tr> <tr valign=top> <td bgcolor=#000000> <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/floortiles/floortiles-ahq-plain.pdf> <img src=http://greywolf.critter.net/images/ahq/tiles/room-large-300dpi-t.gif alt="AHQ Large Room"> </a> </td> <td><font size=+1 color=white><b> Advanced HeroQuest Plain Floor Tiles </b></font><br> Black and white hand-drawn images of replacement interlocking puzzle floor tiles for use with <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/ahq.htm>Advanced HeroQuest</a> or other fantasy RPGs, in the peculiar scale (not <i>quite</i> 1"=5m) of the game. These require a bit more work to use, since cutting out the "puzzle lock" sections (especially if matted on cardboard) can be tricky. (Advanced HeroQuest is a trademark of Games Workshop UK.) </td> </tr> <tr valign=top> <td bgcolor=#000000> <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/floortiles/floortiles-ahq-ivy.pdf> <img src=http://greywolf.critter.net/images/ahq/tiles/rooms-round-ivy-72dpi-t.jpg alt="AHQ Round Rooms - Ivy Ruin"> </a> </td> <td><font size=+1 color=white><b> Advanced HeroQuest Ivy Ruin Floor Tiles </b></font><br> Colored versions of the hand-drawn floor tiles above, depicting an ivy-choked ruin, for use with Advanced HeroQuest or other fantasy RPGs. (Advanced HeroQuest is a trademark of Games Workshop UK.) </td> </tr> <tr valign=top> <td bgcolor=#000000> <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/savageworlds/pirates/pdf/POTSM_ShipDeck_01.pdf> <img src=http://greywolf.critter.net/images/pirates/thumbnails/shipdeck-sloop-grid-preview-t.jpg alt="Sloop Ship Deck Floor Tiles"> </a> </td> <td><font size=+1 color=white><b> Pirates RPG Sloop Ship Deck </b></font><br> Photo-composited and modified floor tiles depicting the deck of a one-masted sloop, for use with the <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/pirates.htm>Pirates RPG</a>. Photographed using a modified <a href=http://www.megabloks.com>Mega Bloks</a> Pyrates "Captain Cutlass's Stormstalker" ship, with assorted scenery bits. Includes versions with and without a 1" grid overlay. </td> </tr> <tr valign=top> <td bgcolor=#000000> <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/savageworlds/pirates/pdf/POTSM_ShipDeck_02.pdf> <img src=http://greywolf.critter.net/images/pirates/thumbnails/shipdeck-shipwreck-t.jpg alt="Composited Dhow and Shipwreck"> </a> </td> <td><font size=+1 color=white><b> Pirates RPG Boats & Docks </b></font><br> Photo-composited and modified floor tiles depicting the decks of a small skiff and dhow, plus a shipwreck "island," and some docks, for use with the <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/pirates.htm>Pirates RPG</a>. Photo-sampled using toy ships from Pressman's "Weapons & Warriors Pirate Battles" game, and Chap Mei's "Pirate Expeditions" toy line, as well as scenery constructed using <a href=http://www.hirstarts.com>Hirst Arts Castlemolds</a> blocks. Includes versions with and without a 1" grid overlay. </td> </tr> <tr valign=top> <td bgcolor=#000000> <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/savageworlds/pdf/WNM_ChessSet.pdf> <img src=http://greywolf.critter.net/images/savageworlds/wnm/WNM_ChessBoard-t.jpg alt="Chess Board Floor Tile"> </a> </td> <td><font size=+1 color=white><b> Chess Board Floor Tile </b></font><br> An 8x10 floor (1" grid scale) depicting a stone "chessboard" pattern - plus a set of chess-piece paper models inspired by the artwork of Sir John Tenniel in <i>Alice Through the Looking-glass</i>. These can also be useful for the <a href=http://www.tripleacegames.com/WonderlandNoMore.php>Wonderland No More</a> campaign setting for <a href=http://www.peginc.com>Savage Worlds</a>, though this is not tied to any specific gaming system. </td> </tr> </table> <p> <center><table border=0 width=600 bgcolor=#222222> <tr valign=top> <td colspan=2> <center><font size=+1><b>External Links</b></font></center><p> The following are external links to free map tile sets that I've made for specific game systems. Although I made these, these sets are the property of the producers of those games, as noted below. <p> </td> </tr> <tr valign=top> <td bgcolor=#000000> <a href=http://www.tripleacegames.com/Downloads/WonderlandNoMore/WNM_MT_DownTheRabbitHole.pdf> <img src=http://greywolf.critter.net/images/savageworlds/wnm/WNM_MapTiles_RabbitHole-t.jpg alt="Map Tiles: Down the Rabbit Hole"> </a> </td> <td><font size=+1 color=white><b> Wonderland Map Tiles: Down the Rabbit Hole (External Site) </b></font><br> Map tiles depicting a series of burrow tunnels and underground rooms in a "Wonderland" theme, for use with the <a href=http://www.tripleacegames.com/WonderlandNoMore.php>Wonderland No More</a> campaign setting for <a href=http://www.peginc.com>Savage Worlds</a>. Last updated 20 Feb 2012 (now with ability to switch grid layer on/off in Adobe Acrobat). </td> </tr> <tr valign=top> <td width=120 bgcolor=#000000> <a name=spacelanestiles> <a href=http://tripleacegames.com/Downloads/DaringTalesSpaceLanes/MapTiles.pdf> <img src=http://www.tripleacegames.com/store/bmz_cache/7/72b5f220486f7813488480abf9411ad6.image.250x323.gif width=120 alt="Daring Tales of the Space Lanes - Map Tiles"> </a> </td> <td><font size=+1 color=white><b> Daring Tales of the Space Lanes - Map Tiles (External Site) </b></font><br> Assorted vehicle markers and map tiles for the first two <a href=http://www.tripleacegames.com/DaringTalesSpaceLanes.php>Daring Tales of the Space Lanes</a> adventures from <a href=http://www.tripleacegames.com>Triple Ace Games</a>. (25 Oct 2011.) </td> </tr> <tr valign=top> <td width=120 bgcolor=#000000> <a name=slipstreamachilles> <a href=http://www.peginc.com/Downloads/Slipstream/Slipstream_Achilles_MapTiles.pdf> <img src=http://greywolf.critter.net/images/paper/slipstream-maptiles-achilles-t.jpg alt="Slipstream - Prison Ship Achilles Map Tiles"> </a> </td> <td><font size=+1 color=white><b> Slipstream - Prison Ship Achilles Map Tiles (External Site) </b></font><br> A set of low-resolution map tiles (basically just the map workfiles blown up to miniatures scale) showing the layout of the Prison Ship Achilles from the retro-futuristic <a href=http://www.studio2publishing.com/shop/product_info.php?products_id=2491>Slipstream</a> Savage Setting. PLEASE NOTE: Although I made this set, it is the property of <a href=http://www.peginc.com>Pinnacle Entertainment Group</a>, and this is just a link to the document on their site. (Updated 20 Jan 2010.) </td> </tr> <tr valign=top> <td width=120 bgcolor=#000000> <a name=slipstreamrocketship> <a href=http://www.peginc.com/Downloads/Slipstream/Slipstream_MapTiles_Rocketship.pdf> <img src=http://greywolf.critter.net/images/paper/slipstream-maptiles-rocketship-t.jpg alt="Slipstream Rocketship Tiles"> </a> </td> <td><font size=+1 color=white><b> Slipstream - Rocketship Map Tiles (External Site) </b></font><br> A set of map tiles showing the interior of a "generic" rocketship from the retro-futuristic <a href=http://www.studio2publishing.com/shop/product_info.php?products_id=2491>Slipstream</a> Savage Setting. PLEASE NOTE: Although I made this set, it is the property of <a href=http://www.peginc.com>Pinnacle Entertainment Group</a>, and this is just a link to the document on their site. (Updated 20 Jan 2010.) </td> </tr> <tr valign=top> <td width=120> <a name=hellstrommeexpress> <a href=http://www.peginc.com/Downloads/Deadlands/TrainTiles.pdf> <img src=http://greywolf.critter.net/images/paper/maptiles-hellstromme-express-t.jpg alt="Deadlands Reloaded - Hellstromme Express Map Tiles"> </a> </td> <td><font size=+1 color=white><b> Deadlands Reloaded - Hellstromme Express Map Tiles (External Site) </b></font><br> A set of map tiles created to represent the interior (and top) of the Hellstromme Express, a train that serves as the site for <i>Murder on the Hellstromme Express</i> - an adventure for <a href=http://www.peginc.com/downloads.html>Deadlands Reloaded</a>. At typical Savage Worlds scale (1" = 6 feet), this is wider than would be realistic for the period (18 feet vs. 9 feet), for the sake of ease of miniatures use. The GM is welcome to treat this as 1":3' scale, or just hope the players don't make a big deal out of it. PLEASE NOTE: Although I made this set, it is the property of <a href=http://www.peginc.com>Pinnacle Entertainment Group</a>, and this is just a link to the document on their site. (Updated 24 Aug 2009.) </td> </tr> <tr valign=top> <td width=120> <a name=dtoslblazingstar> <a href=http://tripleacegames.com/Downloads/DaringTalesSpaceLanes/TAG_DTSL_MapTiles_BlazingStar.pdf> <img src=http://greywolf.critter.net/images/paper/dtosl-maptile-blazingstar-interior-t.jpg alt="Daring Tales of the Space Lanes: Blazing Star Map Tiles"> </a> </td> <td><font size=+1 color=white><b> Daring Tales of the Space Lanes - Blazing Star Map Tiles (External Site) </b></font><br> Interior and exterior views of the "Blazing Star," a spaceship for a pregenerated PC group for the "Daring Tales of the Space Lanes" adventure series (Savage Worlds), from <a href=http://www.tripleacegames.com>Triple Ace Games</a>. PLEASE NOTE: Although I made this set, it is the property of Triple Ace Games, and this is just a link to the document on their site. (Updated 22 Apr 2009.) </td> </tr> <tr valign=top> <td width=120> <a name=eyeofkilquato> <a href=http://www.peginc.com/Downloads/SW_Pulp/Pulp_EOK_MapTiles.pdf> <img src=http://greywolf.critter.net/images/paper/Pulp_EOK_MapTiles-t.jpg alt="Eye of Kilquato Pulp Map Tiles"> </a> </td> <td><font size=+1 color=white><b> Eye of Kilquato (Pulp) Map Tiles (External Site) </b></font><br> A set of map tiles for a jungle and trap-filled cavern environment, for the <a href=http://www.peginc.com/downloads.html>Eye of Kilquato (Pulp)</a> adventure for Savage Worlds. Available with and without 1" grid lines. PLEASE NOTE: Although I made this set, it is the property of Pinnacle Entertainment Group, and this is just a link to the document on their site. (Updated 2 Sep 2008.) </td> </tr> </table></center> <p> <center> <font color=white> <b>Also of General Gaming Interest:</b> <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/paper.htm>Paper Models</a> - <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/fonts.htm>Fonts</a> - <a href=http://greywolf.critter.net/figureflats.htm>Figure Flats</a> </font> </center> <p> <center> <p>&nbsp;<p>&nbsp;<p>&nbsp;<p> <font size=1><i>Dungeons & Dragons</i> and the <i>D20 System</i> are trademarks of <a href=http://www.wizards.com>Wizards of the Coast</a>. <i>Mage Knight</i> and <i>HeroClix</i> are trademarks of <a href=http://www.wizkidsgames.com>Wiz Kids Games</a>. <i>Advanced HeroQuest</i>, <i>HeroQuest</i>, <i>Warhammer Fantasy</i> and <i>Warhammer Quest</i> are trademarks of <a href=http://www.gamesworkshop.com>Games Workshop UK</a>. <i>Ironclaw</i> is a trademark of Sanguine Productions, Ltd. <i>Pirates RPG</i> and <i>Savage Worlds</i> are trademarks of <a href=http://www.peginc.com>Pinnacle Entertainment Group</a>. <i>Pirates of the Spanish Main</i> is a trademark of <a href=http://www.wizkidsgames.com>Wiz Kids Games</a>. <i>Castlemolds</i> is a trademark of <a href=http://www.hirstarts.com>Hirst Arts</a>. <i>Savage Wheels</i> is copyright 2007 by Damon Orrell. <a href=http://www.tripleacegames.com/WonderlandNoMore.php><i>Wonderland No More</i></a> is copyright 2003-2012 by Kevin L. 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Permission is granted to print and modify for personal use, and for other specific uses as detailed below. <p> <font color=white>For the specific purpose of use of these tile textures in online web games, or freely-downloadable computer games, please observe the following provisions: Tile sets that are marked as "External Site" links are not actually stored on greywolf.critter.net, and are not covered by this usage. "External Site" links represent work that I have done for other parties, hosted on their web sites. I am presenting a link here only for convenience, and such links should not be construed as granting permission to use such material, in whole or in part, for other projects. <p> Therefore, YOU MAY use images from tile sets included on this web site (greywolf.critter.net) that DO NOT reference images, game systems, or other properties of specific individuals or companies other than myself - for NON-COMMERCIAL gaming purposes - as long as proper credit is given. "Proper credit" may constitute a mention of my name as having created the work in the "credits" section of your game or web page, or a hyperlink back to this web site. If you have any questions about fair use, please contact me; I try to be accommodating. </font> <p> </body> </HTML>