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Gladiator Series: Cerehoi Arena

Gladiator Series: Cerehoi Arena

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Merchant city-states of the Jeweled Coast have a long and storied history. One of more prominent figures of that history was the man called Leopold Cavrani, who had established the Republic of Cerehoi and introduced within a law permitting anyone, with due permits from the city masters, to settle their disputes via duels. These went from personal insults, to disagreements over trading bargains struck, and only the parties initiating could fight. No seconds or champions were permitted. The practice soon became incredibly popular and spread through the city-states and their colonies abroad, mostly due to younger generations seeing it as a way to gain prestige which would avail them in their mercantile pursuits. It remains a cherished tradition even today and the amphitheatre of Cerehoi is often the location of where most prominent of duels are conducted.

This is a simple map pack, with .jpg files for Roll20&other VTTs. Included within are ready, plug&play maps with a few variations for each. In this case, one arena map with its variations, rounding up to 19 maps in total. They are not filled to brim, allowing enterprising DMs to add their own bits and pieces as they see fit. All the maps were made with a grid of square size 140x140px in mind. Maps are made for a square grid of 30x30.

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March 27, 2022
This title was added to our catalog on March 27, 2022.