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DDAL06-01 Epic Map pack for A Thousand Tiny Deaths

DDAL06-01 Epic Map pack for A Thousand Tiny Deaths

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From the Roadside Encounter from the town of Blasingdell to the Sourscale Warrens located in the Dark Mere. Even after using the maps for the Adventures League game, they are generic enough to use for other campaigns.

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This map pack includes 3 versions of the Kobold Warrens map. With and without a grid and one with the DM's layer. Also 2 versions of the Roadside Encounter, with and without grid. Two size version are included with each style map. 50x50 pixel per grid for easy import into Fantasy Grounds (labeled FG2maps). And a 100x100 pixel per grid for higher detail. (labeled VTTmaps) for easy import into apps like Roll20. Edges align with the grid for easy import into all Virtual Table Top programs and apps.

What is meant by "handpainted"?

I don't use assets or textures found on the internet. I use a pen and tablet on my computer to draw and paint each item and texture used to make my maps. Then I add lighting and shadows to make the image pop out and look 3d. This type of map is very helpful in getting the players immersed into the world they play in.

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Robin K June 14, 2017 10:32 am UTC
Can i print these on A4 format and still have accurate scaling?
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Zovya M June 17, 2017 6:53 am UTC
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It wasn't designed for that, but you can do it. Just tell the printer to print a 50dpi for the Fantasy Grounds version, or 100dpi for the other version. It will come out to the proper scale.
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Kevin K May 23, 2017 4:18 am UTC
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How easy are these to import into Roll20.net?
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Zovya M May 23, 2017 4:24 am UTC
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Very, the file has the grid dimensions on it. Create a new map with those dimensions and drag the map onto it. Stretch it to max size. Will line up perfectly.
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