Archive for December 2015

Modular Kit: Jungle Ruins

Modular Kit: Jungle Ruins 

Corridors

Modular Kit: Jungle Ruins Corridors comprises 63 different tiles that can be printed multiple times and arranged in limitless combinations. Three different width corridors with straight sections, junctions and steps, and unique passageways, grand corridors and decorative columns. The perfect set for creating exciting and unique jungle dungeons, temples and tomb complexes!

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Rooms

Modular Kit: Jungle Ruins Rooms comprises 11 different large tiles that can be printed multiple times and arranged in limitless combinations. Shrines, sacrificial pits, temples, tombs and courtyards – each features crumbled and worn stone, overgrown with roots and plants

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Pedestal

Modular Kit: Jungle Ruins Pedestal comprises a modular tile depicting an overgrown jungle ruin room. A short corridor leads to a set of steps and then a pedestal. The floor is covered in hexagonal blocks which could trigger a trap. Inspired by the opening scene of a particular adventure movie…
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Combine together to make limitless Jungle Dungeons!
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Final Festive Friday – Ice Queen’s Palace

The Ice Queen’s Palace

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Winter has always been a season feared by people. Biting winds, freezing temperatures and thick ice make life difficult, and can also end life. People cling to their warmth during the cold seasons, huddled around their fires. This is part of what makes the Ice Queen so different. She is the winter. She is the cold. In her frozen palace, built from the living ice, she sits and plans. Beware an invitation from the Ice Queen – it may be hard to resist.

The Ice Queen’s Palace  is a set of printable dungeon floorplans compatible with any RPG/Dungeon-Crawl game. It can be used as a standalone gameboard, or combined with any same-scale tileset.
The Ice Queen’s Palace is a multiple level set, comprising 7 battlemaps (each depicting a different floor)
Sublevel 1 - Carved out of the ice, the lowest level of the Ice Palace contains prison cells, store rooms and guard rooms for the few soldiers and creatures that work for the Ice Queen.
Sublevel 2  Directly beneath the palace, this level houses some stores and prisons, but also barrack rooms for the soldiers and servants of the Ice Palace
Ground Floor- Growing from the solid frozen ground, the ground floor of the palace features an entrance hall, a hall of statues, and then a grand throne room.
First Floor - Accessed by spiral stairs, the first floor has a banquet hall, ballroom and reading room.
Second Floor - On this level is an audience room, the treasury and the resting place of a magic ice staff
Third Floor - This smaller level has two bedrooms, for those guests invited to stay a while.
Fourth Floor - This floor is where the Ice Queen casts her powerful elemental magic
Fifth Floor - The highest level of the tower is where the Ice Queen sleeps, in a grand bed
Also included is a set of 300dpi full size jpgs, for poster printing or VTT (gridded and gridless)
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Festive Friday – Ysenthorp

Ysenthorp

 

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The frozen lands north of the Wrackleaf Hills are a harsh place to call home. Snow storms, freezing cold and icy winds produce a difficult environment – but also hardy and resourceful people. Snorri Silverspine, an adventurer keen to retire, happened to make camp in the ruins of an old fort. Making a fire in the lee of a crumbling wall, he wished there was a tavern he could sit and warm up in. And then he decided – he’d come back and build a tavern. A few years later, and travellers in the bleak wilderness were grateful to come across a tavern and a warm welcome, with Snorri at the helm. Time passed, and a few more houses appeared beside the tavern and the road, and visitors started calling the settlement ‘Ysenthorp’. As for Snorri, he was happy to call himself a tavernkeep – he’ll be happy to call himself ‘Mayor of Ysenthorp’ soon too..

A printable battlemap compatible with any RPG/Dungeon-Crawl game. Use as a standalone gameboard, or combine with any same-scale tileset.
Contents: A 20 x 30 map depiciting a small hamlet in a cold and wintery landscape. Evening is falling, and warm yellow light spills from the windows of the tavern and houses into the snowy streets. The hamlet is surrounded by a forest of evergreen trees, and built in the crumbling remnants of an ancient fort.
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Dolgrum’s Rest

Dolgrum’s Rest

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In life, Dolgrum the Builder was a well respected Dwarf. He worked on many notable projects – the raising of the WInter Hall, the carving of the Cavern of Hilfigr and more. His great ambition was to build a family tomb worthy of his own skill. He began work in his 607th year, and worked and worked. Eventually, he died before the completion of the full tomb, but was finally laid to rest. Other members of his family were alao laid to rest in the mausoleum. However, his Great Great Great Grandson, Thorgrum, decided to expand the tomb a little, and unfortunately he lacked the skill of Dolgrum. One day his excavations uncovered a pool of magma, which flooded into the tomb. Poor Thorgrum was killed immediately, and the river of magma that poured from the chamber flooded through Dolgrum’s Rest, carving through the statues and intricately carved stone.

A printable battlemap compatible with any RPG/Dungeon-Crawl game. Use as a standalone gameboard, or combine with any same-scale tileset.
Contents: A 20 x 20 battlemap depiciting a Dwarven tomb hall in a cavern setting, with a river of magma cutting through. Fallen statues, rubble and columns litter the floor, and in some cases bury the tombs. The tomb of the dwarf Dolgrum is still intact, although it is now isolated by rivers of lava cutting through the burial chamber.
Also included is a 300dpi full size jpg, for poster printing or VTT. (n.b. gridless version only available as jpeg)
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Festive Friday – Ruins of Trostenhal

Ruins of Trostenhal

This week, for Festive Friday, we’re releasing not one, not two, but four 20×20 battlemaps. The Ruins of Trostenhal is a frozen ruined Dwarven hold. Each map in the set can be used on its own, for an encounter or battle, but they can also be combined with the rest of the set to create a huge ruined Dwarven hold.

And to celebrate our Festive Friday sale, each map will be half price until next Friday!

Entrance

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Feast Hall

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Kings Hall

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Vault & Forge

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The Ruins of Trostenhal

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Ivyhill Ruins

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Ivyhill Ruins

 

The tumbledown ivyclad ruins atop Ivyhill are well known to most travellers, who see it from a distance when travelling the road from the coast to the Grey Hills. Occasionally children dare each other to dash up the slope and play in the ruins. Little do they know the truth of Ivyhill Ruins. Little do they know of what happens in the cellars and cave beneath it. Perhaps they would be less happy to venture near it…

Ivyhill Ruins is a set of printable dungeon floorplans compatible with any RPG/Dungeon-Crawl game. It can be used as a standalone gameboard, or combined with any same-scale tileset.
Ivyhill Ruins is a multiple level set, comprising 2 battlemaps (each depicting a different floor)
Ground Floor - A ruined building, covered in ivy, atop a small hill, with cliffs and bluffs above a small stream. Careful observation will reveal a small cave in a cliff, and a trapdoor in the ruins.
Cellar & Cave- Reached by a set of steps beneath a trapdoor, or a hidden cave, beneath the ruins are two small rooms – one a cellar, filled with abandoned barrels and sacks. The other is a cave, the floor marked in honour of some strange god, and a chained statue watches as sacrifices are made.
Also included is a set of 300dpi full size jpgs, for poster printing or VTT (gridded and gridless)
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Thricewatch Lake – Festive Friday

A new winter-themed battlemap from Heroic Maps every Friday in December, discounted for the first week of sale.

This week:

Thricewatch Lake

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The large frozen lake that sits north of the Bay of Whispers is so large that it has no single name. Instead, different parts have different names, In the south, the tip of the lake is also the meeting point between three important roads, and over time various kingdoms have built watchtowers to guard and protect the intersection. The three towers are now ruins, but they have given a name to the lake in this region – Thricewatch Lake

Contents: A 20 x 30 map depiciting a large frozen lake in a wintery location. Cobbled roads wind around the lake, and evergreen trees are dusted with snow. The ice is solid and thick in most places, but in the north the ice has begun to break up. The ruins of three circular watchtowers sit beside the lake, with one even sitting on a small island.


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