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RPG Modular Systems, Tile Sets and Scenario Pieces for Dungeon Masters

Explore the different systems you can use to create dungeons and unique roleplaying game experiences with modular systems, map tiles and scenery pieces.

These modular systems usually include pre-textured pieces that can be arranged in a variety of ways to create your ideal dungeon or roleplaying scenario. A little bulkier than map tiles, these systems frequently include a carrying case for easier transport. Models can be made of wood, PLA plastic and others, and can be supplied painted or unpainted. 

$189,00

This Modular Dungeon system has 200 pre-textured pieces built to be durable, portable, and affordable. The Knight Set is small enough to fit into most backpacks and comes in a sturdy box with a handle for extra portability. Details.

$38,99 – $34,99

This set includes 18 of our 2 x 2″ tiles and 35 connectors and can interlock with other EnderToys Terrain sets.

$19,99

These were made using a 3D printer with PLA plastic. Primer may be necessary in order for paint to adhere properly. It includes 5 pieces of terrain buildings.

$29,99

These were made using a 3D printer with PLA plastic. Models are supplied unpainted. Primer may be necessary in order for paint to adhere properly. Suitable for medieval role play settings and adventures. Details.

$34,99

This set includes 19 of our 2 x 2″ tiles and 35 connectors to interlock them together and with other EnderToys Terrain sets.

$34,51

This set includes 4 large ruined wall sections and 2 floor sections, enough to make 2 ruined corners. The plastic model kit requires some assembly and painting. 

$34,99

These set pieces were made using a 3D printer with PLA plastic. Models are supplied unpainted. Primer may be necessary in order for paint to adhere properly. 

$35,95 – $32,35

This set includes 4 large ruins walls, 2 each of two different designs that are easy to slot together, two access windows, six barricades and two ammunition boxes.

$26,42

This Set includes 4 Large ruined wall sections and 2 floor sections, enough to make 2 ruined corners. The plastic model kit requires some assembly and painting. 

$34,99

This set includes 32 rushing water tiles to create various flowing river formations and is suitable for a variety of miniatures ranging from 25-40mm in scale.

$18,99 – $14,99

These pieces are 3D printed with eco-friendly PLA plastic and include 2 pieces of terrain buildings; perfect for a wargaming landscape.

$13,99

This set is suitable for medieval, contemporary, and futuristic war game settings and battles. Best used with 25-30mm scale miniatures.

Map tiles are a great way of creating dungeons and scenarios for your roleplaying campaign. They are easier to carry and set-up, and more economical than 3D printed or sculpted alternatives, and they usually cover for double the scenery as they are reversible, allowing for more alternatives. 

These tiles are a great quality and useful no matter your play style. This is a solid purchase that fills out those two sets and allows for a massive array of buildings and options. Details.

The Flip-Tiles: Urban Starter Set features 42 full-color 6 x 6-inch map tiles, with courtyards, back alleys, and other urban features, both sides stunningly crafted by cartographer Jason A. Engle. 

A set of 44 blank, modular dungeon tiles in varieties of parchment and white, so you can map your surroundings as you go. Details.

This box contains 16 durable, double-sided, fully illustrated tile sheets, featuring grasslands, ruins, sandy beaches, and other terrain elements that Dungeon Masters can use to build exciting encounters. 

Flip-Tiles: Dungeon Starter Set features 42 full-color 6 x 6-inch map tiles, with dungeon corridors and room pieces on both sides, all stunningly crafted by cartographer Jason A. Engle. 

The Flip-Tiles: Forest Starter Set features 42 full-color 6 x 6-inch map tiles, with forest paths and clearings on each side, all stunningly crafted by cartographer Jason A. Engle.

Decorate your dungeons and creepy castles and bring your tabletop to life with this collection of more than 100 pawns for use with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game or any tabletop fantasy roleplaying game.

With 24 full-color 6 x 6-inch double-sided tiles, each stunningly crafted by cartographer Jason A. Engle, add traps, hazards, and other dangers to your dungeons. 

Obstacles, furniture, traps and other elements can make your scenario come to life and make a significant difference for the playing experience. Below you can find miniature sets to decorate your adventures.

The box is set up with all the objects you’d expect in a bunkhouse with 6 guards staying in it, including bunks, weapons’ racks, footlockers, a large table, benches and targets.

The Rusty Dragon Inn features friends and foes from the world of Golarion, and is sure to please Pathfinder fans new and veteran alike. Details.

The perfect setting to start any adventure, this set allows you to build anything from a respectable local tavern to a hidden speakeasy where despicable characters meet. Details.

This set contains many beautiful display pieces that will send shivers down your spine! Included in each box is a collection of miniatures to create the perfect graveyard scene.

 This gorgeous set of miniatures includes recognizable magic items such as the storied artifact, The Eye & Hand of Vecna! But that’s not all, this collection also includes several beautiful and versatile scenery pieces.

With Palisade Walls that create an 8×8 play space, the Pathfinder Battles Goblin Village Premium Set is one of the best ways to enhance a scene for your players. 

A perfect set for a wargaming landscape. Suitable for medieval, contemporary, and futuristic war game settings and battles. Details

This amazing set contains 73 Plastic Scenery Pieces ideal for decorating dungeons. It includes devices, furniture, loot and treasure, artifacts and much more.

No adventure is complete without foes. It’s likely that your main characters will bring their own miniatures with them, but what about the enemies they shall face? Instead of using random markers that are difficult to follow, you can complement your dungeon or scenario with cardboard, metal or plastic miniatures

Printed on sturdy cardstock, each double-sided pawn contains a beautiful full-color image of a nasty monster from the Pathfinder Bestiary. 

This random lot of 25 D&D miniatures is perfect for adding a menagerie of monsters to a new collection or for adding fresh characters to your current campaign. Details.

The D&D Icons of the Realms: Classic Creatures Box Set features nine re-imagined iconic monsters from the Dungeons & Dragons first edition Monster Manual.

Take your campaign to the next level with the 8 piece Goblin Monster mini figures. With four different characters, this set provides the variety needed for a great game.

This set contains 100 skeleton warriors in 6 different assorted positions (positions do not come in equal amounts). They come in packaging bags and measure 3 inches tall. Details.

 This new collection of pre-painted fantasy miniatures is sure to bring life to the table top or make a great collectible for your collection. Details.

 Collect all 44 figures from Monster Menagerie 3, the newest set of randomly sorted monsters and heroes in this exciting line of D&D miniatures, Icons of the Realms.

This set includes 40 unpainted and ready to play, no assembly required. Come in two colors to make identifying minis easier. Perfect to use in roleplaying games.

We hope you liked our selection. Do you have any suggestions for RPG props? Let us know!