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Very useful, some odd choices though,
This review is from: Dungeon Tiles Master Set: The Wilderness (Misc. Supplies)
I'll preface this review by saying Dungeon Tile Master Sets are a fantastic addition to any GM's toolbox. I definitely recommend (if you plan encounters before-hand) that you plan which tiles in what layout you're going to use before the game starts and setting them aside so you can just pick them up and put them down when the fight begins. I've heard some people recommend sticky-tac on black paper so you don't even need to arrange them when you need it but I haven't been this adventurous yet.
Dungeon Tiles Master Set: The Wilderness has a decent range of incredibly useful tiles. There are rocks, trees, shrubbery, wagons, burnt trees, etc. One thing that annoyed me was that there is a single "campsite" piece, so every camp ever will be exactly the same in your game. I would've preferred individual tent and campfire tiles. There are also quite a few fire/swirling water tiles that won't get much use from me.
I recommend buying 2 of this and 2 of Dungeon Tiles Master Set: The Dungeon for any GameMaster as it will give you a lot to work with. If you feel like expanding your collection (especially if you'd like to add some lakes/rivers to your wilderness), I'd definitely recommend The Witchlight Fens - Dungeon Tiles (Dungeons & Dragons: Accessory).