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Wizard of Wines Expanded

Wizard of Wines Expanded

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High-resolution map replacements of the Wizard of Wines for Curse of Strahd.  These new maps offer a lot more space for your characters to move around in, both inside and outside the winery.  The maps included with the book are a bit restricting, with very little room, especially for the first couple encounters.

For a free, low-resolution version, visit: /product/207157/Wizard-of-Wines-Expanded-Free

  • Designed for Virtual Tabletops


  • High-Resolution JPG maps for areas W1-W12, and W13-W20.
  • Gridded and Non-Gridded versions
  • Day and Night versions
  • Maps resolution of 100px per 5' square.

Also includes a Fantasy Grounds .module with several compressed versions of the maps, at 35px, 50px, and 100px per 5' square. Grids are already set, and pins placed. (Requires Curse of Strahd module to use those pins)

Layout has been slightly modified from the book version, but with the exception of one specific door, everything in the description for each area is represented.  (Door is on south side of room where the description says it's on the north)

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Heath D November 09, 2017 10:45 pm UTC
Do you know what I should set the size to to get this to a proper 1"=5 ft battlemat?
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Matthew K November 10, 2017 11:01 pm UTC
Are you printing it out? Or are you using a VTT? If so, which one?
For printing, if you're using the 100px version, set the DPI to 100, and that should do it. It wasn't designed for print, but that should work out.
If you're using Roll20, I don't know, I've never used it, but this may be of help:

I hope this helps!
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This title was added to our catalog on March 10, 2017.