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Oracle of War Battle Maps - The Night Land

Oracle of War Battle Maps - The Night Land

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Ever needed more from your maps?

 What better way to experience the Eberron Adventurer's League campaign, "Oracle of War" than with detailed, full-colour battle maps.

Included in this pack are 5 battle maps covering all combat areas in part 1 of Oracle of War, The Night Land.

All maps are high res and perfectly reproduced from the detailed descriptions in The Night Land.

300 dpi resolution supports quality prints for 1" square tabletop use. Also perfect for use with Fantasy Grounds, Roll20, Encounter+ and all other virtual tabletops!

Following The Tracks

The Betrayal

You can find more battle maps for the Oracle of War campaign here:

EB-01 The Night Land

EB-02 Voice in the Machine

EB-03 Where the Dead Wait

EB-04 The Third Protocol

EB-05 A Century of Ashes

EB-06 The Last Word

EB-07 Song of the Sky

EB-08 Parliament of Gears

EB-09 Lord Bucket

EB-10 Judgment of Iron

EB-11 My Undying Heart

EB-12 The Waiting Game

EB-13 Stonefire

EB-14 From Dust

EB-15 Dream Eater

EB-16 The Dragon Below

EB-17 The Final Tribute

EB-18 Scales Of War

Battle Maps for Oracle of War Epics and Miscellanea:

EB-EP-01 The Iron Titan

EB-EP-02 Rolling Thunder

EB-EP-03 The Rising City

EB Salvage Bases

Compilation packs of maps from the first four arcs of the campaign, Spoils of War, Fortunes of War, Dogs of War and Drums of War:

The Complete Spoils of War

The Complete Fortunes of War

The Complete Dogs of War

The Complete Drums of War

The Complete Engines of War

Year 1 Bundle, including Parts 1-10, Epics 1&2 and Salvage Bases:

The Complete First Year

 
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Jorge G March 22, 2021 4:55 pm UTC
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Are the blue glowing boulders or strangely colored rocks in some of the maps supposed to be special?
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Sean T March 22, 2021 5:05 pm UTC
CREATOR
Nope, just a bit of flavour to demonstrate the strangeness of the Mournland.
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Jorge G March 22, 2021 5:06 pm UTC
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Thanks!
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Christopher M January 11, 2021 12:28 am UTC
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Do any of the Oracle of War individual map packs or the Complete Spoils of War map pack, have a Map of Salvation?
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Sean T January 11, 2021 7:53 am UTC
CREATOR
Hi Christopher,

There is a complete map of Salvation in The Third Protocol, which is also included in the Spoils of War map pack. A second map of Salvation, this time on a war footing, can be found in Lord Bucket.
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Paul B April 15, 2020 10:49 pm UTC
I have no idea how to get most of these maps to work on Roll20 :-(
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Sean T May 18, 2020 12:59 pm UTC
CREATOR
The number of pixels per inch (and therefore each square) for each map is now included in the filenames, if this helps? However, as I personally use Encounter+, I can't give you specific advice on Roll20 usage.
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Paul B May 28, 2020 2:01 pm UTC
Thanks! I'll give it a shot. Appreciate all your work!
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Sean T August 27, 2020 9:53 pm UTC
CREATOR
All maps have now been updated to 140 or 70 ppi, which I believe is the standard for Roll20. Hopefully this should make things easier.
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Matt D January 19, 2021 5:31 am UTC
Another Roll20 user here.

These maps would be super easy if they listed the # of units wide vs number of units high. For example, "Following the Tracks" is 26 w by 26 h.

The 3x3 grid you put on some maps helps, but knowing the width and height would make the whole process much faster!

I've futzed around with entering the 140 or 70 in the different page settings, and haven't had much success with that. Searching for Roll20 help, I've found some articles where users have requested that feature, but none that show they've implemented it.
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Sean T January 26, 2021 7:28 pm UTC
CREATOR
Hi Matt,

We've recently updated the maps from the latest storyline (EB-11, EB12 and EB-13) with a square count in the middle of the sizing grid and will be rolling out this feature to previous maps at some point. Hopefully sooner rather than later.
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Paul B April 04, 2020 8:15 pm UTC
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Just curious, what would the dimensions for the secret tunnel be for on a VTT?
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Sean T May 18, 2020 1:01 pm UTC
CREATOR
The Secret Tunnel map is 3999x2270 pixels at 150 pixels per inch.
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Hyperlexic N August 24, 2020 3:47 pm UTC
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Can you tell us - how many pixels per grid? Or is that what you mean by 'per inch'?

(Like others I'm challenged with this one on Roll20. It looks like the grid in the map doesn't add up to an even number)
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Sean T August 24, 2020 6:14 pm UTC
CREATOR
The standard for most D&D is one inch squares, so the number listed in the filename of each map is the number of pixels per square. There is also a grid included on each map to aid in alignment.

Most of our maps are presented at 150ppi, with 75ppi versions provided where the original file size is larger than 5Mb. Where the maps are of such a scale than 75ppi is not possible, different ppi may on occasion be used, but this is rare, and when this occurs the new ppi is reflected in the filename.
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Paul B August 27, 2020 4:22 pm UTC
PURCHASER
I think the issue is that Roll20 and many VTTs use 70ppi/140ppi iirc.
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Sean T August 27, 2020 7:23 pm UTC
CREATOR
Ahh, that’s good to know! I’ll work on resizing all the Oracle of War packs to a Roll20 friendly ppi.
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Sean T August 27, 2020 9:54 pm UTC
CREATOR
All maps have now been updated to 140 or 70 ppi. Hopefully this makes things easier.
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