Create stunning virtual dungeon battle maps with MapSmyth modular tile sets. Insanely detailed, fun and atmospheric. Combine and create because ALL our sets are seamlessly compatible.
This pack contains:
21 beautiful sample dungeon tiles (use in Roll20, Photoshop, Fractal Mapper...) A taste of all our current sets including Genesis, Wild Growth and more!2... [click here for more]
The War of Auraspure presents: The Realm of Auraspure | World Map(Cites and Regions ONLY)This map displays all the regions and cities of the world of Auraspure.The details for the dungeons, lairs, caves, land features, battlemaps, as well as small ruins and camps will be available on a separate map to be released... [click here for more]
Space is a dangerous place. It’s wondrous, with treasures to satiate desires both subtle and gross. And you play amazing space battles if the Infinite Space Stellar Cartographer series. Infinite Space Stellar Cartographer takes your Starfinder game into outer space and the stars providing you with exciting visually stunning maps for your gaming table. Infinite Space Stellar Cartographer gives... [click here for more]
These are tokens which you can print and use at your physical tabletop or use on a virtual tabletop. I've used a drawing that I've made to use in my own weekly campaign, representing a hook horror. There are four tokens with different coloured borders. My plan is to come back to this pack at a later date and add younger hook horrors to it. ... [click here for more]
The War of Auraspure presents: Branno's HideawayCracking Mesa (Yushull)If you like what you see, please consider donating or buying some of our other products to help suport us by clicking the picture below that leads to our homepage.BATTLEMAP 15x10 GridBranno's Hideaway is... [click here for more]
The standard calendar used on Auctorus is the Nordkalender. The calendar consists of 13 lunar months of 28 days each, with four seven-day weeks per month. The calendar itself is based upon traditional calendars used in northern Europe prior to the rise of the current timekeeping system. A lunar month is convient for members of low-technology societies as one only needs to look at... [click here for more]