"Any intelligent fool can make things bigger and more complex...It takes a touch of genius-and a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction." - Albert Einstein
Looking through Dungeon Tile reviews, I noticed that other articles wrote about how awesome the Harrowing Halls dungeon tiles set is, yet there are no instructions for how to assemble the pieces. This confused me, as it seemed like something the Dungeons and Dragons community should have access to, let alone be able to google and get a result. The best thing I could find was a fast 40 second video from Newbie DM of assembling a platform. I know that the set came out a little while ago, but since you can still find them in stores, I figured a tutorial couldn't hurt.
All of the other 3D terrain pieces follow these rules. The picture below shows all of them assembled, except for the 2x1 square piece that can double as a long table. It seems as though you're supposed to choose a short table or a long one.
|Crossing the bridge to confront some goblin archers|