I'm a little skeptical about Ironhill Citadel's claim to be the most detailed citadel ever mapped, but it certainly is the most detailed one I've ever seen.
When I saw the price, I was at first questioning who would pay $20 for a map. Then I saw how many maps Ironhill Citadel had. There's easily enough to run a whole campaign in the city with only a few frequently visited areas. The detail is good, though at times the line art ran together for me, and there were a couple times when little nitpickings about how the type ran through other lines at places distracted me from the map. However, I will say this. There's a lotta map here. The concurrent rooftop and dungeon maps don't hurt either (though I had a little ADD with Assassin's Creed style stuff running through my head, so I may be biased pro-rooftop).
The Rule the Dungeon feature is useful for people, and I like the simultaneous blueprint/black maps, even if they make it a little harder to figure out what's going on while still in the digital side.
For $20, my only gripes with this product is that you'll have to do the printing yourself (and it's a lot of printing, depending on what you want), but with two poster-sized maps, and more maps than most people have table for, I'd say go for it. No digital option for those of us who use digital tabletops, but I guess there's reasoning behind that that I can't argue with.
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