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Castle Ravenloft - Realistic Maps

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Virtual tabletop dungeon maps of the classic TSR module "I6 Ravenloft". It can also be used for Curse of Strahd. It's intended for online play, but it can be printed out and used on the tabletop.

The digital download includes 7 realistic maps:

  • Full Main Floor - JPEG file with the resolution of 14,400 by 10,800 pixels
  • Court of the Count - JPEG file with the resolution of 7,500 by 5,700 pixels
  • Rooms of Weeping - JPEG file with the resolution of 7,500 by 5,700 pixels
  • Spires of Ravenloft - JPEG file with the resolution of 7,500 by 5,700 pixels
  • Towers - JPEG file with the resolution of 9,000 by 4,800 pixels
  • Larders of Ill Omen - JPEG file with the resolution of 5,400 by 5,100 pixels
  • Dungeon and Catacombs - JPEG file with the resolution of 9,300 by 9,000 pixel

The maps are designed with a 5 ft. grid, which corresponds to one inch at 150dpi. You can divide the pixels by 150 to get the number of squares for roll20 or other virtual tabletops.

If you want to print it out there are some great guides online for just that. Search for "print dungeon maps".

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Falisha F April 12, 2018 2:45 pm UTC
Are these maps of the original 1983 I6 module Ravenloft? Or are they from one of the many remods like 25th Aniversery Edition, House of Strahd, Expedition To, Curse of Strahd, etc? Just wondering because I still plan on getting them, but will be a decider in which mapset of yours I purchase next because I still plan on getting them all,, just trying to figure out the order in which to get them :)
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Jon P April 13, 2018 9:51 am UTC
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These maps were made from/for the original module. But I don't see a problem running the new Curse of Strahd with them.
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Falisha F April 14, 2018 1:16 am UTC
Awesome,, I was hoping they were of the original,,,i like the flavor so much better than some of the remods,,, that bumps them to the top of my purchase list :D
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Heath D November 11, 2017 10:27 am UTC
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What is the DPI for these, for printing to battlemat scale - I think it is 150 dpi?
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Jon P November 13, 2017 10:57 am UTC
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It's 150 dpi
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Michael T October 15, 2017 10:53 pm UTC
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This is a pretty great set. There is an issue with Ravenloft_Map7-10_Spires-of-Ravenloft.jpg however, the middle spire has the bottom floor mirrored for some reason.
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Jon P October 24, 2017 1:42 pm UTC
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I'll fix it as soon as possible. Can you please clarify with the number which section is incorrect?
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Michael T October 26, 2017 7:27 pm UTC
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K20/K20a (Tower Hall Stair), the stairway that connects areas K20 and K71.

Here's an animated gif to show what I mean. Note how the entire bottom floor suddenly rotates at the highest floor.
https://i.imgur.com/DbW6FRU.gif
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Jon P November 02, 2017 7:16 pm UTC
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Fixed. Thanks for the feedback!
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Jon P July 23, 2017 4:55 pm UTC
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For those of you that want to print these maps out, here's a good tutorial: http://dmdavid.com/tag/how-to-print-map-graphics-as-battle-maps-using-free-software/
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Avainix R May 07, 2017 6:46 pm UTC
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Any guidelines on what dimensions to make the maps to line them up with the grid in roll20?
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Jon P May 08, 2017 9:54 pm UTC
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The maps are designed with a hidden 5ft grid. Count the squares vertically and horizontally and set the roll20 map to those dimensions.
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Liam F August 22, 2017 7:48 pm UTC
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If you divide pixel by 75 you'll get the roll20 grid number.
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Jon P August 29, 2017 2:20 pm UTC
CREATOR
Thanks for sharing that!
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Jon P November 13, 2017 10:59 am UTC
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Actually that's wrong. The maps are 150dpi, so you need to divide the resolution by 150.
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Jason C January 26, 2017 2:27 pm UTC
It says it can be used for Curse of Strahd. I would like these for my Roll20 game as opposed to building my own. How accurate are these to the maps in CoS? Will this cover all the areas in the book?
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Jon P February 02, 2017 1:42 pm UTC
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These maps are just for the castle. You could run your game with just these if you cut out some parts. I did that. Otherwise there are some free maps online for the two or three areas that may be needed.
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Thomas H November 30, 2016 2:03 am UTC
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Another great set. Any other maps you're willing to tell us what you're working on for the future?
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Jon P November 30, 2016 12:51 pm UTC
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It's between Slavelords, Isle of Dread and Caves of Chaos. I'll probably decide before Christmas and create it during the holidays.
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Thomas H November 30, 2016 9:37 pm UTC
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Those all sound awesome. Whichever you make first will be fine. Hope you have a good holiday.
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This title was added to our catalog on November 23, 2016.