Because roaming undead have to come from somewhere…
This week I’ve been working on the Dungeon Tileset, adding two undead-friendly tiles.
The Catacomb is no doubt a common sight to most dungeon-delvers and Skyrim players, and a couple of these lined up and magically raised makes for a hectic battle.
And what is a horde of undead without a boss-undead? For that we have made the Icy Tomb, where an especially important someone was put to rest, before lingering energies coated the floors with frost.
What other dungeon tiles would you like to see? Let me know in the comments section below!
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