The Elves of Faewood found no peace living in the shadows of the ancient trees, so they built their town high above the troubles of the world below. Faewood Loft is a treetop village, perched high above the misty forest of Faewood. Homes are made in hollowed trees or on wooden platforms, strung together with a network of ropebridges and walkways. At night the fruit of the trees give out a pale blue glow, illuminating the walkways and platfirms of Faewood Loft.
Faewood Loft is the perfect location for numerous adventures – a town of wood elves, forest dwelling goblins – even an Ewok village if you’re playing Star Wars! Provided with both day and night versions, this geomorphic set is very versatile.
Get it here: Faewood Loft
Two new maps over at DriveThru
Medieval City 2
This set can be used as a standalone city area, or combined with Medieval City 1 to make a really large city map for all your adventures.
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This is the first of our new ‘Storeys’ range – multiple level maps. Wayfarers Inn depicts an inn in the countryside with a ground floor, first floor and dank cellar.
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We’re pleased to announce that our first 4 dungeon floorplans/gameboards are online now at DriveThruRPG.
We play a custom version of Heroquest, and after creating these boards for our own use, figured other people may enjoy using them too. The boards are produced in Photoshop, and come at 300dpi, so you get plenty of detail.
The first 4 are:
Greystone Dungeon 1 – a classic grey coloured stone dungeon layout, with corridors and rooms.
Greystone Dungeon 2 – a different layout to Greystone Dungeon 1, which can be combined to make a huge playing area
City Sewers 1 – dank sewers, flooded chambers and mossy cobblestones
Medieval City 1 – alleyways, houses and inns for a wide variety of RPG encounters.
You can find them all at DrivethruRPG
Please get in touch if you have any questions, or would like to suggest future maps/tilesets.