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Loke BattleMats is running a campaign for their third "Set of 2 spiral-bound Battle Map Books for RPG", after Dungeons and Town and Taverns.
Loke has finished shipping their previous KS, and has fulfilled all six of their previous KS. The Wilderness Battle Map Books follow the same format as their previous two.
Loke BattleMats will also have digital maps for VTT at a low price, including freebies.
Previous SG's included free vinyl cling sets (reusable stickers) and Little Book (supplementary maps).
I have a review of their Town and Taverns Battle Map Books on RPG.net, as well as some other of their maps, Dungeon Little Book, and vinyl clings.
Notification link : https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/gamingbooks/the-wilderness-books-of-modular-maps-for-tabletop-roleplay
Here's a kickstarter that I thought looked particularly cool - they're flat-based tiles with magnets that can be reconfigured anyway you want. The video in particular looks pretty cool. Already completely funded. Prices are a bit high and ultimately the system's not for me, but I thought perhaps some others might be interested. :)
Mythroll Armory's Magnetiles | Quick & Easy Dungeon Terrain
Guns, ninjas, hobbits, dogs, monkeys, pumpkins, and mancatchers.
Sure, you *say* you could otherwise do some conversion. But good luck finding a mancatcher *and* a monkey.
Stuff's in metal and cast in the USA. Magnets are from China, but they have multiple suppliers.
The Adventurer's RPG Tiles are beautiful, modular unique double sided terrain tiles fit for a variety of tabletop games, from role playing games to war games to board games.
DETAILS BELOW ONE PLAIN and ONE ADVENTURE SIDE with all the bells and whistles! PLAY Not just pretty colors and lovely artwork, The Adventurer's RPG Tiles are here to add spice onto your table, to spark new ideas and to help inspire deeper game play within beginner DMs to experienced world builders.
Why buy board games just for their terrain and minis? Save some moolah and grab the sweet terrain here!
GRIDLESS is great if you're looking to resize the tiles whether for digital usage or printed.
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