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Explorer: Travelling Merchants Available from Heroic Maps

July 5, 2018

Explorer: Travelling Merchants is a standalone set of printable battlemaps from Heroic Maps that is compatible with any RPG/Dungeon Crawl game, comprised of eight 10 x 12  battlemaps.
Each tile depicts a different and unique merchant stall somewhere away from a settlement, because you never know when you might need to buy something.
Rocky Mountain Pass: High above the valley, a merchant has paused their caravan to make camp in the snow
Dungeon Entrance: Nestled beside the entrance to a famous dungeon, this seller offers vital final purchases to adventurers
Desert: A merchant has paused to rest beside an oasis
Raft: Hundreds of miles from the coast, this merchant goes with the tides
Forest: Useful supplies available as you travel through the woods
Cemetery: With a ring of candles as protection, you should be safe to shop here
Roadside: The merchant dutifully drags their stalls down from their home each day, hoping for passing traffic
Sewer: What shady purchases can you make in this shady place?
Please Note: These maps are not geomorphic, and not intended to match up perfectly with anything. They are intended as standalone battlemaps
Also included is a set of 300dpi full size jpgs, for poster printing or VTT, in both gridded and non-gridded versions. (n.b. gridless version only available as full jpeg)

New Pathfinder Flipmats Coming Soon from Paizo

June 14, 2018

Paizo is releasing some new Pathfinder Flipmaps for your fantasy RPG Campaigns, available on June 27th.

Whether your players are exploring some far-flung desert market or defending a village nestled within the hill country from a horde of rampaging orcs, Pathfinder Flip-Mat: Bigger Village has you covered. With an area that’s 45% larger than normal Pathfinder Flip-Mats at their disposal, Game Masters can now dream even bigger! This massive gaming accessory provides a pair of large villages ready for discovery, defense, exploration, and maybe a bit of shenanigans and larceny. It’s all up to you and your players.

Don’t waste your time drawing every hovel, path, and wall. With Pathfinder Flip-Mat: Bigger Village, you’ll be ready next time your players want to seek out danger, excitement, or profit in a sizable village!

Keep in mind Pathfinder Maps subscribers receive a free digital copy with the shipment of your Flip-Mat and Map Packs

Heroic Maps Release High Edgmoor Hall

June 13, 2018

As the noble family that owned Edgmoor Manor grew in power and status, they required a new home that better reflected their station in life. High Edgmoor Hall was built nearby, and is the height of luxury. What better place for some intrigue than a small palace?

A set of printable battlemaps compatible with any RPG/Dungeon-Crawl game. Use as a standalone gameboard, or combine with any same-scale tileset.

Contents:

  • A multiple level map consisting of a 5 storey stately home mansion, spread across 4 30×30 (and one 20×30)battlemaps, each depicting a different floor of the house.
  • Cellar – includes kitchens, pantries, wine cellar, abandoned rooms, secret tunnels and a sinister meeting room.
  • Ground floor – front garden, dining room, entrance hall, ballroom and parlour
  • 1st Floor – Bedroom, guest rooms, stairwell, library
  • Attic – Attic stores, mysterious junk, servant rooms, locked attic chambers
  • Roof – pitched tiled rooftops, dormers, multiple access points.

Also included are 300dpi full size jpgs, for poster printing or VTT.

Heroic Maps Release Rooftops of Ditchbury

June 5, 2018

Rooftops of Ditchbury are available now from Heroic Maps as a printable map for your fantasy RPG settings.

A busy and prosperous city, Ditchbury began life as a small trading village near a river. As the city grew and the river became a canal, it attracted wealthy merchants and traders, but with them came criminals and dangerous people. Those who don’t wish to be seen are adept at using the rooftops to get around, avoiding the streets or using them to find their next target.

Rooftops of Ditchbury is a printable battemap compatible with any RPG game. It can be used as a standalone gameboard, or combined with any same-scale tileset.
Rooftops of Ditchbury is a day & night set, comprising of 2 30×30 battlemaps. The city has a variety of buildings, with churches, warehouses and grander residences alongside houses, and the rooftops pose various obstacles and opportunities – from dormer windows and planks for access, to broken tiles, steep rooftops and lose tiles. At night lamplight spills into the streets, but there are still dark alleys. Ideal for chases, espionage, assasinations, heists and other adventures of intrigue!
The pack includes an A4 pdf document with 300dpi versions of each map. Also included is a set of gridded and gridless 300dpi full size jpgs for poster printing and 72dpi VTT-ready files.

Aerineya: Sky Temple Ruins Available from Heroic Maps

June 3, 2018

Heroic Maps have released Aerineya: Sky Temple Ruins for your fantasy RPG Tabletop.

The Realm of Aerineya was not always so lofty. Elevated to such heights following a great cataclysm, the place is seldom visited, except by those that are able, and willing, to risk such dangers. The ruins of the Sky Temple are an important site, and may even hold the clue to the tragedy that befell Aerineya.

Aerineya: Sky Temple Ruins is a printable battle map compatible with any RPG/Dungeon-Crawl game. Use as a standalone game board, or combine with any same-scale tileset.
A 30 x 30 map depicting the overgrown ruins of a Sky Temple, on a cluster of floating islands high in the sky. A distant land and clouds provide a dangerous backdrop to these islands, which still have the crumbling ruins of a once grand temple. Perfect for visiting if you have an airship, or can fly. Otherwise, not so perfect..
Included:
  • A pdf with 300dpi gridded tiles ready for A4 printing
  • A set of 300dpi full size jpeg files, for poster printing
  • A set of 72dpi (140x140px) jpeg for Roll20 & other VTTs

Normandy Bocage Battle Map Released by Heroic Maps

April 22, 2018

Need a map for a Wargame? WW2? Napoleonic? Fantasy? Heroic Maps has them all and they’ve now released their Normandy Bocage Battle Map.

“I don’t care what it takes – you get this damn hedge cleared so we can bring the Shermans through!”

A 6ft x 4ft wargame map depicting the fields, country lanes and undergrowth of the Normandy Bocage. Intended for Wargaming.
Contents: A 6ft x 4ft digital file (300dpi, RGB) for poster/PVC/cloth printing.

Heroic Maps Releases Desert City – Streets, Rooftops and Markets

Feb 20, 2018

Heroic Maps has released their modular kit: Desert City – Streets, Rooftops & Markets, a printable tileset compatible with any RPG/Dungeon-Crawl game.

Modular Kit: Desert City – Streets, Rooftops and Markets comprises 84 different modular tiles that can be printed multiple times and arranged in limitless combinations. Depicting a desert city, the set is ideal for building towns and cities for RPG settings that include desert, Arabian, Persian, Moorish or other cultures that have similar architecture. The set contains 18 rooftop tiles (various sizes from 4×4 to 10×12), and 66 street tiles (long streets, market stalls, fountains, stairs, corners etc), and also includes a huge 16×14 open air market and a 16×14 plaza.

Included:
A set of 300dpi full size jpg files, for poster printing or VTT.
PDF of A4 300dpi for home printing
72dpi VTT Ready jpeg files

Drabin City Sewars Released by Heroic Maps

Jan 26, 2018

The sewers beneath a city may seem to be places that would be avoided, but to the citizens of the city that appreciate the value of such environments the sewer is perfect. What better way to avoid the authorities than by operating beneath their feet?

 Drabin City Sewars is a printable battlemap from Heroic Maps that is compatible with any RPG/Dungeon-Crawl game. Use as a standalone gameboard, or combine with any same-scale tileset.
Contents: A 30 x 30 map depicting the sewer system beneath a city. Sewer tunnels and channels criss-cross the area, linked to the surface by ladders and gratings. The sewer passes near cellars, basements, and hideouts, and even cuts through the crypt of an old church. In fact, the sewer has passed dangerously close to some ancient catacombs, making the living dead at risk of being disturbed.