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Modular Dungeon Tiles – Wild Growth


5.0 (3 reviews)

Wild Growth brings you 40 Amazingly detailed modular tiles to forge your own digital dungeon maps. Nature has taken over and it’s beautiful!

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Modular Dungeon Map Tiles are the next level in d&d battle maps. Make your own stunning digital maps in minutes. Now you are the dungeon designer!

The Wild Growth expansion pack consists of 40 insanely detailed Modular Dungeon Map tiles. Nature has reclaimed what is hers! Moss, lichen, brambles and even magical plants have totally overgrown the dungeon. These lush and gloriously detailed tiles are best used in combination with other sets for maximum combination options.


  • 40 Detailed Modular Dungeon Map Tiles (digital)
  • 12 Decoration Tokens (plants, stones, broken pillars etc)
  • 2 free sample dungeon maps, ready to use instantly
  • Includes new unique majestic rooms with spectacular detail
  • All tiles align to the grid (Roll20 default 140×140 pixel squares)
  • Compatible with all our other sets


3 reviews for Modular Dungeon Tiles – Wild Growth

  1. Lindsay Harper (verified owner)

    I was looking everywhere for a map like this, but the modular tiles are so much better too! Now I can make infinite dungeons with the same theme AND it looks beautiful!

    • Chris van der Linden

      Glad you like it Lindsay!

  2. Justin Quill (verified owner)

    These are great! Just picked them up today, and already has my mind racing with new ideas on what could be constructed from these tiles!

  3. Ryan Johnson (verified owner)

    The two premade maps that came with these tiles are amazing! These tiles are almost a setting upon themselves. You can easily add in slimes, molds and oozes to bring these chambers alive. Toss in some reskinned Ropers, Assassin Vines, and various fungal creatures and you are set. The tiles with big gaping holes are great for giving your PCs access to the Underdark or perhaps even the Abyss. Plop these under some ancient elven ruins topside and you have a great mini-campaign on your hands.

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