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Elemental Puzzles

Author: Paul Camp $4.99

Water, earth, fire, air...

Harness the powers of the four elements in this amazing puzzle! How you ask? Elemental Puzzles can be easily dropped onto any stone door (or floor). Using all four elements players can restore the delicate balance between fire, earth, water, and air. Only then will they be able to open the door.

But there's more. You can also place these puzzles onto any dungeon or cave floor. With this setup, players actually transform their terrain to solve the puzzle by adding fire, wind, and water squares to the stone ground. This way, the solved puzzle floor doubles as terrain that's ideal for combat encounters.

Imagine it: Your players find a puzzle etched into the floor of a dungeon room. They transform the floor, adding fire pits, water holes, and stationary whirlwinds. And just when they finish the puzzle, monsters attack. Can the players use the terrain they've created to their advantage? Are they clever enough to hide behind the whirlwind to avoid arrows? Or how about shoving an enemy into a fire pit?

This pack comes with both puzzles and rules for using the elemental terrain. The elemental terrain tiles are also fully compatible with Wilderness Puzzles for even more terrain building options.


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