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Iymrith's Lair Battle Maps

Iymrith's Lair Battle Maps


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This product contains large, encounter-scale battle map renditions of the finale clash in the 5E module Storm King's Thunder. Carefully and faithfully recreated from the original reference maps found in the module itself, these versions are at a high enough resolution and level of detail necessary for use as battle maps. Both the sprawling aboveground colosseum and equally dangerous underground tunnels are included (low-res previews below), with DM versions noting the locations of traps hidden from players in the print version.

Inside the product you'll receive:

  • High-res Digital Files for Virtual Play, with and without grid lines
  • Easy-to-Print PDF files for both Aboveground (16 pages) and Underground (15 pages)
  • Options for printing the maps in pieces using a US Letter sized printer (diagram below) or the entire image at once using a large format printer or local printing shop
  • A bonus battle map of desert ruins using pieces from the Aboveground map
  • A User's Guide for additional context, printing suggestions, etc.

I drew both of these maps myself while relying heavily on the original source images and suggestions from others. It is my sincere hope that they help to bring the exciting final location of Storm King's Thunder to life at your table for you and your players. If you find that this product improved your gaming experience please feel free to check out more of my maps on our website, Please feel free to comment here or email me at for any questions or concerns.

Diagram of Separated Print Files

Aboveground Preview

Underground Preview

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Urdu Y March 30, 2020 7:51 pm UTC
Hi. Just wondering if you might consider releasing a version of this map that is ... the proper scale. The map is amazing and I would buy it in a heartbeat except that it's far, far too small and not true to the original map. Those corridors need to be 2 squares (20 feet) wide for a gargantuan creature. The tents should be four squares as well.
Maybe I'm missing something? Thanks.
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Venatus M April 03, 2020 6:03 pm UTC
Hi Urdu, the map is intentionally scaled down so as to be more realistically accessible for tabletop play; even at this scaled down version it still prints to 44x34 inches for a 1in grid, something that typically takes up most table space. That being said, whether you want to print it for a larger table or just use it in VTT there is a version without a grid so that you may use whatever scaling may be to your preference.
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Stuart H March 08, 2020 9:01 am UTC
Hi, is this scaled for 5ft squares? thanks.
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Venatus M April 03, 2020 5:58 pm UTC
It is! Apologies on the late response.
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TIM M November 28, 2019 3:01 pm UTC
Heya, how do I print this on A4 paper? It's a bit off at the moment, the squares are a little too small and it cuts one row of them in half.
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TIM M December 03, 2019 11:02 am UTC
Venatus, do you have any ideas for this? It's slightly off and there has to be a simple solution, the paper sizes aren't too different.
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Venatus M December 04, 2019 2:12 am UTC
Hi Tim! Apologies--somehow didn't get a notification on your first comment. As far as printing at A4 size, it actually may be a bit tricky to get it exactly right. The 'separated' printing files (and the original drawing itself) were made specifically for US Paper size and while it may seem small, 8.5x11 vs 8.25x11.69 is certainly enough to skew things a bit.

First possible solution that comes to mind is to try printing the '(full)' printing file and follow the steps in this printing guide I've made previously for regular sized battle maps:

The main difference will be in step 4C where instead of seeing 4 pages and 17x22 you should see somewhere in the range of 16 pages and 34x44 (like the preview image on this product page). That will likely differ somewhat since you will be printing at A4 size instead of US Letter.

Good luck!
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TIM M December 06, 2019 8:45 am UTC
Cheers Venatus! It probably didn't help that I posted it around Thanksgiving(I think). Cheers for that, it might be a little bit off, but I think it'll be ok. I might try and print sections from the larger map if I can to patch them together
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Matvey C August 06, 2019 3:06 pm UTC
Thanks for the great map!~
We've just finished SKT and my party loved your artwork!
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Joseph D April 24, 2019 1:48 am UTC
What size is this to be printed at for a large format printer?
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Venatus M April 28, 2019 5:35 pm UTC
Both should measure 44x34 for a 1 inch grid, make they're printed using CMYK color settings.
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Lazar J March 25, 2019 2:56 pm UTC
It's a shame I didn't read the description well, I assumed you had both letter paper and A4 options :(
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Andrew C December 01, 2018 10:12 pm UTC
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Anne T December 01, 2018 8:05 pm UTC
Oh, wow! I'd picked up one of your LMoP sets before, but this is _truly_ gorgeous. I played through SKT when it came out--with the best group of players I've ever had--and have been tempted to run it for my family when we finish our current (all-too-drawn-out) Sunless Citadel campaign. Your map certainly adds to the incentive...
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