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MapTool for Microsoft Windows

MapTool for Microsoft Windows


Don’t let the name fool you, MapTool is far more than just maps. While it does include powerful tools for the creation of detailed maps, its primary role is a Virtual Table Top replacing pen, paper, battle mats, and dice. It is the primary and founding RPG product in the RPTools suite. MapTool includes Initiative, Chat, and Token Management functions that are easy, intuitive, and fully integrated...   [click here for more]
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MapTool for Mac

MapTool for Mac


Don’t let the name fool you, MapTool is far more than just maps. While it does include powerful tools for the creation of detailed maps, its primary role is a Virtual Table Top replacing pen, paper, battle mats, and dice. It is the primary and founding RPG product in the RPTools suite. MapTool includes Initiative, Chat, and Token Management functions that are easy, intuitive, and fully integrated...   [click here for more]
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MapTool for Linux

MapTool for Linux


Don’t let the name fool you, MapTool is far more than just maps. While it does include powerful tools for the creation of detailed maps, its primary role is a Virtual Table Top replacing pen, paper, battle mats, and dice. It is the primary and founding RPG product in the RPTools suite. MapTool includes Initiative, Chat, and Token Management functions that are easy, intuitive, and fully integrated...   [click here for more]
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Happy Pi Day - A Battlemap

Happy Pi Day - A Battlemap


These oddly shaped rocks make for a good camp site. There seems to be a never-ending line of numbers carved into the rocks, but it’s mostly faded. All you can make out it, that it starts with 314. Maybe this was a sacred place for an ancient civilization? ...   [click here for more]
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