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The Big Book of Maps (for Tabletop Roleplaying Games)

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Here's your chance to get a collection of full-color, full-page (8.5" x 11") high-resolution (600 dpi) tabletop RPG maps (including VTT-ready digital versions) for less than 14¢ each!

  • Need a treasure trove of maps at the ready for the adventure or campaign you're writing?
  • Want a ready-to-use codex of over 100 maps to utilize on-the-fly when player characters take an unexpected turn?
  • Each map has a VTT version and a non-VTT version. A great solution for "discovered" treasure maps. 
  • All maps are formatted in high-resolution digital format perfect for importing into your favorite Virtual Tabletop (VTT) platform!
  • Labels on the maps are language-ambiguous (numbers and single letters only), making the entire map collection useful no matter the native language of users.
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The Big Book of Maps is a cartography collection of more than 100 full-color tabletop role-playing game maps that is being created by Justin Andrew Mason. These maps are being created on a twice-weekly basis throughout the creation phase of the project (April 2017 - March 2018).

Each map will be provided to those who pledge $20 (or more) in digital format (JPG) for integration into any tabletop RPG with alternate virtual tabletop (VTT) versions provided simultaneously with each map release.

Most maps will be geared towards a fantasy setting, though a few will likely have potential of crossing genres. The focus of this collection will be dungeon maps, but may include various subterranean complexes, crypts, tombs, castles, caverns, tunnels, mines, etc.

There are several rewards available with content to be delivered to backers at every pledge level!

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Yeah, probably no way I avoid a book of maps. Seems like a very reasonable price point, too.

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Went ahead and backed. Noticed the creator is in a town where I used to go to school and game, and according to Facebook we we have mutual friends. So that's kind of neat.

 

But, mostly, just yay maps.

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