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By tonythetoyman (Ohio) - See all my reviews
The item description says this item contains six double sided terrain tiles, but that's not quite true. It does contain six double sided sheets, but four of them break out into multiple (between 5 and 13) smaller double sided tiles. All in all there are 38 double-sided tiles in this set (for a grand total of 76 images). Here is a brief description of what's on each tile:
TILE 1 (one 8x10 square tile): Empty grey tile floor/room on one side, and open brown grate tile floor with two computer consoles (low objects/hindering terrain) on the other side.
TILE 2 (one 8x10 square tile): Empty grey tile floor/room on one side, and grey tile floor/room with some low objects/hindering terrain on the other side.
TILE 3 (five tiles ranging from 2x4 squares tiles to 4x8 squares): Empty grey tiles on one side (to expand the size of rooms or for hallways), and steps and shaft with walkway on the other side (mostly for hallways/walkways).
TILE 4 (five tiles ranging from 2x4 squares tiles to 4x8 squares): Empty grey tiles on one side (to expand the size of rooms or for hallways), various hindering terrain (pits, low objects) on the other side.
TILE 5 (thirteen tiles ranging from 1x1 square to 2x8 squares): Empty grey or grate tiles on one side (to expand rooms or for hallways/walkways), and various hindering terrain (doors, pits, low objects) on the other side.
TILE 6 (thirteen tiles ranging from 1x1 square to 2x8 squares): Empty grey or grate tiles on one side (to expand rooms or for hallways/walkways and some hindering terrain), and grates (to expand rooms or for hallways/walkways) and various other objects (doors, turbo lifts, etc.) on other side.
On the plus side, the images are high quality, and they are printed on a very thick, high quality card stock that should hold up for many uses. I also like that there are several smaller tiles rather than just six big tiles. Because of this, the set is fairly versatile and can be used to create numerous maps. Three sample complexes that can be made with these tiles are provided on the inside package, but I see many possibilities - especially if you buy more than one pack. So all in all, you get a fair amount of bang for your buck.
On the minus side, the various types of terrain are not marked (walls, low objects, hindering terrain, pits, etc.), so these tiles cannot be used with the Star Wars minis game. I recognize these were designed for the RPG and not the minis game, but it would have been VERY easy for Wizards have given us a (Ploovo) Two-For-One by also making these tiles usable with the minis game (after all, that's what they did with the D&D minis cards -- they put stats/info for both the minis game and the RPG on each and every card). I'm very disappointed they didn't do something like that here.
In sum, if you play the Star Wars RPG and want an easy way to create your own maps, I think you'll be happy with this item. But, if you were hoping to use them for the Star Wars minis game (i.e., Rebel Storm, Clone Strike, etc.), I would pass on these tiles.