Posted by : David Guyll April 14, 2017
- 4 open water tiles (just flat 2 x 2 squares)
- 12 straight banks (mostly flat square with a bank along one side)
- 6 concave banks (bank curves around two sides)
- 4 convex banks (small bank in one corner)
- 2 diagonal banks (small bank in two corners)
- 2 archways
Here is one way you can set it up:
I tried using all the pieces, but ended up with one left over. Mostly just trying to show you the general area you can cover with a single set.
Before buying any water tiles, make sure you have a decent supply of other tiles, because as you can see you can't do shit with it otherwise.
Even though it's got cavern in the name, you can easily use it with other sets. Here's an example of mixing it with the standard dungeon tiles:
It'd also work just fine with the city and sewer tiles. Oh, you can also change up the paint job to make it into lava (but obviously you need to buy more sets):
Though it's generally useful for cavern sets (and there's a neat dungeon-to-cavern transition wall), you can also pick up the wicked cavern pack for some waterfalls.
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