Archive for October 2015

The Tar Pits, Crystal Throne Room and Horror at Misty Meadows

We’ve released two new maps today, and whilst both are entirely stand-alone, they were made for a great adventure by our friends at Absolute Tabletop – Horror at Misty Meadows.

In the adventure the party travels to a deserted town under the control of a lich. We’ve made a map of the nearby tar pits, crossed by rickety bridges over hot tar filled with bones, and special crystal caverns for the final battle with the lich.

The Tar Pits


The Crystal Throne Room
Horror at Misty Meadows

Terrain: Frost Ruins

Frost Ruins


The blasted frozen wastes of a ruined city. The walls and towers are no more; the only evidence of this once mighty settlement is cracked and worn stone beneath the ice.

Need a skirmish map for a wargame? Large scale exploration in an RPG?

A printable battlemap for RPG games or wargames such as Warhammer, Frostgrave and Mordheim. Add 3D terrain and use the map as a battle surface. Use as a standalone gameboard, or combine with any same-scale tileset.
Contents: A 50 x 50 map depicting a frozen ruined city surface, complete with frost, cracked stone and scrawny trees. Use the full map, or crop and print sections to use.
File formats are:
250dpi pdf with both gridded and ungridded versions
 250dpi full size jpg (gridded and ungridded), for poster printing or VTT.
(n.b. the total product file size is large, but you can select each download separately)

Halloween Sale – Kittywitch Woods, DeMorteval Mausoleum & Vampire Nest

It’s coming up to Halloween, and as you may have seen on Drivethru or in our email newsletter, we’re having a Halloween sale!

We’ve released 4 new Halloween themed maps, and these, along with several other selected maps, are at 50% off for the rest of the month. So, if you’re planning a spooky adventure, you could check out the sale at Drivethru by clicking the banner below.



We also thought it would be nice to show some of the artwork from the four new maps.

Kittywitch Woods is a giant map (50×50), and comes in both day and night versions. It’s a classic haunted forest, with mist, graves, gnarled trees and spooky glowing lights.




The DeMorteval Mausoleum features a Gothic-style family mausoleum building in a misty cemetery, with graves, cobwebs and candles.


Finally, the Vampire Nest is a cave map in both day and night versions, with a small blood-soaked altar in one cave, and a creepy room of vampire coffins in another, surrounded by bones of countless victims.


So, these maps and others are on sale for the rest of the month. Happy Halloween!