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Koslac's Crossing


The fortified underground crossroad known as Koslac's Crossing was built, and then abandoned, by the dwarves long ago. Tova Koslac, the architect for whom the site was named, went mad when it was abandoned and refused to leave. His fate remains a mystery. Now Koslac's Crossing stands empty, ready to be stocked by the wily GM!

Koslac's Crossing is a set of ready-to-fill dungeon maps for use with virtual tabletops such as Roll20 or MapTools. There are two levels containing over 100 rooms and corridors in this fortified four-way crossroad. This product includes the following files:

A 13-page PDF containing a brief site history, architectural notes, and compact, printable maps for use in preparing encounters and content.

Three different versions of each of the dungeon's two level maps. Levels are approximately 300 feet by 300 feet, and maps are marked with a five-foot grid (60 by 60 grid squares, 70px per square). The following maps are included:

  • GM Maps - numbered, all secret doors/passages shown.
  • Keyed Player Maps - numbered, no secret doors/passages shown.
  • Unkeyed Player Maps - no numbers, no secret doors/passages shown.

Our map philosophy is simple: show the permanent features of the area without unnecessary clutter. Our maps aren't marked up with furnishings or creatures, leaving plenty of space for the GM's additions.

Note that this map is not designed for printing as a battlemap.


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This title was added to our catalog on March 20, 2013.