Tomb of the Tiny Pharoah

With those new 10mm figures arriving from over Pond, the continent, and then halfway across another pond, I’ve had plenty of time to get a jump start on the dungeons.  Here’s the second (or third if you count the wilderness area), in all it’s complete glory.  This time around, we’re going fully 3D.
As always, the tiles can be rearranged to make a lot of different floor plans.
The red tiles are elevated by a full 10mm, and the only access to them is the steps flanking the altar at the far side of the room.  The baddies can plug up the steps and rain arrows down on the heroes.  Those two movable columns can serve as cover.  There’s something a bit off about this dungeon – one detail needs to be added, but I can’t quite put my finger on it.
The !Egytian temple room.
The four columns are made of small wooden spools bought for 15 cents at the local craft store.  Card stock squares cut to the size of the tiles hides the spool holes.  Click on the images for a closer look at the hieroglyphics along the top of the columns.  They run the length of the interior walls of the back room as well.  Those were printed up, cut to size, and glued in place before the protective dull coat.  Nothing too fancy.
Four columns should do it – every column shrinks the dungeon
by one square, so you don’t want too many.

I haven’t even ordered the figures for this dungeon yet, but it made for a good project to tide me over until the first figures arrive.  Which they did.  I show you what they look like tomorrow.