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Crypts, Tombs & Catacombs Cut-Up Sections


56 pages of printable hand drawn modular dungeon sections, to cut-up and use with your favourite tabletop RPG, including scenery counters and easy-to-assemble 3D/2.5 models. 

Scale 1in/25mm = 5ft for use with 25/28/30mm figures.

This is a long awaited expansion to Modular Cut-Up Sections Basic Pack (see below), but can also be used as a stand-alone accessory.  Cut-Up sections are more versatile than square tiles because a DM can construct a map similar to that in the scenario that he is presenting.  Since the sections are hand drawn they will also compliment your own dry-erase battlemat art.

Print straight to paper or card, the illustrative style looks good in both colour and greyscale.

Please Note: This is a print-and-play accessory only. It is not intended for digital editing or use with VTT software.

Mock-up of dungeon sections in use Crypts, Tombs & Catacombs Inked Adventures 2014
Mock-up of dungeon sections in use from
Crypts, Tombs & Catacombs (& bonus section)
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This printable PDF is available in A4 and US Letter formats.

Text from the Introduction:

Every element in this pack was originally hand drawn in ink on paper before colour and effects were added on a computer. The style is far from unique, as it imitates and emulates the professionally illustrated maps and game aids from a slightly earlier time in tabletop game publishing. Since Inked Adventures mainly use the 5ft=1inch scale this product will be compatible with other tiles players already own, but the hand drawn look means that they will not look out of place next to the DM's own map art on a dry-erase battlemat.
This set has grown in different directions. It was originally intended as a straightforward an expansion to the Inked Adventures Modular Dungeon Cut-Up Sections Basic Pack, but many elements in this set can be used independently from the rest of the Inked Adventures range.
There are two main styles of environs here: decrepit stone and skull-bone catacombs, with a few generic pieces in "basic grey".
The decrepit stone corridors and steps are designed to be used with standard grey walled rooms and chambers provided in the Basic Pack (and other Inked Adventures products). There is also curved (flower-like) Large Alcoves Chamber, plus a some small vaults -which can be converted into alcoves and antechambers by trimming away a wall and laying them on the edge of room sections. These all appear in a slightly decayed scheme (to match the decrepit corridors) and basic grey flagstones which will complement a more general dungeon setting.
For the skull-bone catacombs, a selection of rudimentary rooms have been provided with the corridors and steps.
For technical reasons of compatibility across devices and software, this PDF does not use switchable layers. Therefore scenery counters have been repeated with different backgrounds across different pages.
There are 3D elements which require assembly, hopefully, these will be self explanatory. The tabs provided on the cuboid coffins and tombs should be treated as a guide, feel free to modify or improve these. We recommend that the doorways and statues be weighted in some way - perhaps with coins or washers. Paper and card props are very vulnerable in play amidst the typhoon of sneezes and dice nudges. There is a page of skull filled "doors". These can represent collapsed corridors or secret passages. The can also be trimmed to represent mounds of bones. The statues can also be closely trimmed but this is left to the dungeon builder's discretion.
We strongly recommend that you browse this pack thoroughly before carefully selecting which pages you would like printed. As with many floor plan sets, whole ink cartridges can be rapidly emptied - you must choose wisely! As a customer of this product you will be notified of any improvements or amendments so that you can download the updated product, if you so wish.
Inked Adventures would like to attach a disclaimer to these hand drawn sets, that these designs will not always join exactly, or that there is a chance of slight inaccuracies in measurements, perhaps below the standards expected in computer generated dungeon designs. We hope that issues such as these will not have a dramatic effect on actual use in gameplay. If you zoom in on the images you perhaps will find variation in quality (possibly due to the prolonged development period where different scanners, PCs and software were used) generally we have found that the sections print very well in colour and greyscale on inkjet printers on white card or photo paper. These are not high DPI VTT files. This is rough and ready, download, print and play kind of accessory.
In the Paris Catacombs above the entrance, there is a pause-provoking epitaph. -"Arrête, c'est ici l'empire de la mort " - "Stop. Here is the Kingdom of the Dead"
Naturally a party of adventurers will see this as in invitation...

Usage and Copyright
Inked Adventures and the artist Billiam Babble retain the rights to the original art work supplied herein. The customer is purchasing this product for “personal use” only – or to share with a small playing group – within reasonable limits. If you would like to use any element of this pack in a commercial or free-to-use product, please do not hesitate to contact Inked Adventures to discuss options. ©Art / PDF contents Inked Adventures/ Billiam Babble 2014

basic Pack thumbnailMany of the products sold by Inked Adventures are designed to be used with the

Modular Dungeon Cut-Up Sections Basic Pack

40 pages of dungeon corridors, rooms, doors and much more.


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Anne T September 15, 2014 5:50 pm UTC
Wow! Wow! Wow! So excited that this product is finally out, and has about three times as much as I expected in it! Although, with the name "Crypts, Tombs, & Catacombs" (don't forget to pronounce it so it rhymes), you should be expecting the wonderful variety you get. This is the product that has been in the works for close to 3 years, and I believe it's worth the wait. I'll be printing it out this week, and playing with it this weekend. After that, I'll go for a full review ;)
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William M September 18, 2014 8:02 pm UTC
Thanks Anne! Go easy on that printer! :)
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This title was added to our catalog on September 15, 2014.