A complete list and gallery of Dungeon Tiles sets

This table describes all the Dungeon Tiles sets released by Wizards of the Coast for Dungeons & Dragons. The gallery links show the front and back sides of the tiles.

Set Name Date View Edge code* Features
DT1 Dungeon Tiles 2006 A B 1_black_1 Core dungeon, tavern, and a house
DT2 Arcane
2006 A B 2_purple_1 Hazardous terrain, a 2-story stone tower
DT3 Hidden Crypts 2007 A B 3_blue_1 Underground crypts and a barn
DT4 Ruins of
the Wild
2007 A B 4_green_1 Fields, tents, standing stones, a lodge, and a ruined tower
DT5 Lost Caverns of the Underdark 2007 A B 5_yellow_1 Caverns
DT6 Dire Tombs 2007 A B 6_orange_1 Crypts with a desert palette
DT7 Fane of the Forgotten Gods 2008 A B 7_magenta_1 Traps and hazards, a surface temple, and a jail
DU1 Halls of the Giant Kings 2008 A B 1_black_2 Earthen pit, an underground prison, and giant furnishings, doors,
and stairs
DU2 Streets of
2008 A B 2_purple_2 Streets, rooftops, sewers, and a cellar
DU3 Caves of
2009 A B 3_blue_2 Corpse strewn caverns, an underground river, and rotting bridges
DU4 Arcane Towers 2009 A B 4_green_2 Curved tower walls and stairs, magical laboratories, crenelated
DU5 Sinister Woods 2009 A B 5_yellow_2 Overgrown ruins
DU6 Harrowing
2009 A B 6_orange_2 Living quarters with wooden floors, a banquet hall, a grand
entrance, and a 3D stair
DU7 Desert of
2010 A B 7_magenta_2 Desert and oasis tiles, plus 3D stairs, platforms, and wagons
Dungeon Tiles Master Set: The City 2010 0_peach_1 Essential urban tiles
Dungeon Tiles Master Set: The Dungeon 2010 0_ice_1 Essential dungeon tiles
Dungeon Tiles Master Set: The Wilderness 2010 0_pink_1 Essential forest tiles
DN1 Caverns of Icewind Dale 2011 A B 1_black_3 Ice, snow, and caves
DN2 Witchlight Fens 2011 A B 2_purple_3 Swamp and shacks
DN3 Shadowghast Manor 2011 A B 3_blue_3  Thin walls above and below ground
DN4 Cathedral of Chaos 2012 A B 4_green_3 Diagonal halls, a ziggurat, plus trap and hazard tokens
DN5 Urban
2012 A B 5_yellow_3 Caverns meet worked stone
DN6 Castle
2012 A B 6_orange_3 Thin, above-ground castle walls, and a moat
DN7 Ruins of War 2012 A B 7_magenta_3 An army encampment

* Mark tiles with these edge codes to indicate the set they come from. For more information on this system, see my complete guide to using Dungeon Tiles.


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29 Responses to A complete list and gallery of Dungeon Tiles sets

  1. Robert says:

    Thanks for doing this! I was too excited each time I got a new tile set and never took pictures before breaking them out.

  2. Tony F says:

    Whew! It took me about a solid 12 hours, but thanks to your photos I was able sort out all 26 tile sets that I have. Now that they’re sorted I need to mark them with your color code. I think I’m going to do the coding each time that I take tiles out for use in a game though.

    • DM David says:

      I’m pleased that the pictures proved useful. Now that I have all my tiles sorted into sets, I plan to mark them as I use them. No need to do all at once.

  3. Brent says:

    Wow! Thanks.

    What a great resource.

    I really hope these are not discontinued. I have been combining these with 3d dungeon tiles like Dwarven Forge and Dungeonstone.


  4. Chris says:

    Your blog is immensely helpful, especially for a brand new DM. I am also happy to see recent additions. I was starting to feel like I missed the boat since most sites and online tools haven’t had updates in a few years.
    This page is very helpful so I can decide which packs I need to get for my upcoming adventures.
    Thanks for all of the help and awesome ideas!

  5. Jonathan Challis says:

    I don’t suppose you have any plans to do the same for GameMastery/Pathfinder Flip Maps and Map Packs?

    Like most people I use a mix of them all…

  6. Andrew Farrell says:

    Thankyou for the time, energy and thought for this useful tool. I have all the sets but as you can guess, organizing them is tricky. This allows me to have an idea of what I have and where it may be.

    Again- thankyou.

  7. frozzzt says:

    The thing I was lookinig for!

    It’s hard to find this after all thoses years =(

    I will get any on thoses I could put my hands.

  8. Andy Madden says:

    Hi DMDavid, your gallery and colour coding is excellent. I am currently going through my boxes and sorting them out. However, I noticed you have not got pictures for any of the master sets. Is that because the majority (if not all?) are from previous sets? Do they have exactly the same fronts and backs? If so would it not be easier to mark them from their original set rather than from the master set?
    I have provided my members with a link to your fantastic website.
    All the best from deepest darkest Sussex,
    Andy M.
    WWR Chairman

  9. Kaira Zoshan says:

    Thank you for this set list. I recently started gm’ing a Star Wars campaign & have spent so much time trying to find Star Wars tiles to use with my campaign. (The SW tile set list is beyond limited.) After finding your D&D dungeon tile list, I’ve realized I don’t need to continue my search because D&D has more than enough tile sets to suit my needs. This page is a much needed source of inspiration & inspiration!

  10. Andy Madden says:

    Hi DMDavid
    I’m still sorting my tiles out, having bought a huge box of tiles of 8 sets (I’m glad to say all but one set are complete!), but I’ve come across a few tiles which look like WotC tiles but I can’t seem to locate them. One rather large one even has dungeons and dragons logo on the low right corner – its double sided and has a very attractive cavern floor plan with purple crytals erupting fromseveral point. DID they do promo tiles? Does anyone have scans or lists of any they know of? Intriguing!

    • DM David says:

      Hi Andy,
      Some of the in-store events used Dungeon tiles, but as far as I know, they all used tiles from existing sets. I don’t recognize the tiles that you describe. I would like to discover their source.


  11. Jessie says:

    It’s worth nothing that my experience with dry-erase and wet-erase markers on Dungeon Tiles is: don’t do it! I have several tiles that now have permanent (albeit, somewhat faint) marks from experimentation with both wet & dry erase markers.

    From now on, I’m going to stick with either props on top of the tiles, drawing on my vinyl grid, or perhaps experimenting with some sort of clear overlay. My two cents!


    • DM David says:

      Hi Jesse,
      Thanks for sharing your real-life experience with dry-erase and wet-erase markers on Dungeon Tiles! I’ll keep putting my Plexiglas sheet on the tiles and marking on that.


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  13. Christian Givskov says:

    Hi DM David. Thanks for your great source of information about the tilesets published. It is, as others have mentioned, a very powerful resource (so I can avoid buying tiles I dont need)

    Is there a particular reason why the Dungeon Tiles Master Set: The City, The Dungeon and The Wilderness, all from 2010 are not in your gallery ?

    If you want to add them , I just took some pics of them with my phone. Do you want me to share a Dropbox folder with all the images of those sets tiles?

    Keep up the great work DM David !


    • DM David says:

      Hi Christian,
      I’m missing the master sets because I separated those tiles before I decided to create my photo gallery. Oops. I would love to add images from the master sets. I particularly need pictures of the Dungeon set. Thanks!


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  16. WillOhio says:

    Terrific Resource! Thank you!

  17. richgreen01 says:

    Excellent stuff – thanks!

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