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One Page Number Twenty Four: Dungeon Architecture

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One Page Number Twenty Four : Dungeon Architecture contains twenty decorative, deceiving or dangerous architectural features, ready to use in any dungeon setting. Each entry includes a brief description of the feature, plus potential uses or hazards associated with it.

The One Page series gives the GM instant access to random tables full of woodland landmarks, strange objects, minor treasures, clever traps, and more! Each One Page product contains twenty unique, system-neutral entries in ready-to-roll format. Each entry can be easily adapted to any fantasy role-playing game.

Cover image icons by Lorc, courtesy http://game-icons.net/


The Dungeons in Blue A to Z Pack puts dozens of geomorph tiles designed for virtual tabletop use at your fingertips! These tiles have numerous connection, cavern and room styles, giving you the freedom and flexibility you need to design your megadungeon masterpiece. Dungeons in Blue geomorphs are 100px per five-foot square PNG images compatible with most popular virtual tabletops.


Traitors' Cavern is a two-level dungeon map for the virtual tabletop, depicting natural caverns that have been worked and expanded into a small network of chambers and rooms. The caverns are sparsely decorated with natural debris and a few permanent constructed features, leaving plenty of space for the GM's own additions. This map pack contains player and GM versions of the two level dungeon in PDF and VTT-ready JPG format, plus distressed handout versions of both maps, and a brief history and map guide to the complex.

 
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File Last Updated:
October 24, 2015
This title was added to our catalog on October 24, 2015.