Tag Archives: Fantasy
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.
- 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.
May 27, 2018
Someone Always Tells, the sixth Chapter Pack in the Flight of Crows cycle for A Game of Thrones: The Card Game is available now from Fantasy Flight Games!
Someone Always Tells draws the Flight of Crows cycle to a triumphant conclusion and brings its themes full circle. You can look for cards using the bestow mechanic as well as tools that encourage the Great Houses to work together through Banner agendas. Through all the new and dangerous cards that you gain, the intrigue, plots, and battles of A Game of Thrones: The Card Game are drawn to the new heights. In the Iron Isles, new leaders set a course for war, and in King’s Landing, a violent struggle for power emerges between the crown and the faith of the Seven.
As the Flight of Crows cycle comes to its climactic conclusion, the power of the Seven is stronger than ever. Meanwhile, the Great Houses of Westeros continue to scheme and plot in a world shattered in the aftermath of war. What alliances will you forge, and what price must be paid to see your schemes come to fruition?