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Here is how I am using my tiles in Scales of War 10 Months, 1 Week ago  
I have been playing with my players for a little over a year now in the Scales of War adventure path from Wizards of the Coast and Dungeon magazine. Last night was our first game night since getting my set of Game Tiles from the kick starter setup. My sets I had ordered were three unpainted core sets, Painted Chamber of Sorrows, Painted Dungeon Dressing Pack, Unpainted floor pack, Unpainted Corner Pack, Unpainted Diagonal pack, Unpainted Castle Wall Pack. (In all a tone of tiles and in my opinion an awesome value.)

I also host a personal blog/website that is completely non-commercial. Since I don't want to go through typing up everything I already said before, if you are interested in seeing how I interpreted the first two encounters my players had since I received the awesome new Game Tiles, visit this link. www.vaillife.net/2013/10/24/den-of-the-destroyer/

My players get through 1-3 encounters each night on Wednesday or Thursday depending on schedules. I will post the pictures I took of my interpretation of the setup the day after on Thursday or Friday.

I figure seeing how I use them might give others ideas on how to massage the tiles in shape for their players.
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Re:Here is how I am using my tiles in Scales of War 10 Months, 1 Week ago  
Another thing I will add as I some others mentioning on how they create the dungeons. I had just gotten done remodeling my house and I had some pieces of concrete backer board left over. They are quite heavy (being made of concrete) but they have one inch squares scribed on them and the concrete portion of their design makes them very "sticky" so that pieces do not move around on them.

You will see that I built my dungeon on them in the second photo in the link I posted above. It also allows me to create the dungeon in advance on the coffee table and then I can just pick it up and bring it over to the gaming table when it is time to reveal the encounter.

The backer board in question is this stuff. www.homedepot.com/p/DUROCK-Next-Gen-5-ft-x-3-ft-x-1-4-in-Cement-Board-170219/202817897#.UmlZEChDulU

A better picture of it looks like this.

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Last Edit: 2013/10/24 11:34 By Coign.Reason: spelling
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Re:Here is how I am using my tiles in Scales of War 10 Months, 1 Week ago  
I don't envy you lifting it all at once, but it's a good idea. :)
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