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The Mage's Tower

Deep in the forest, away from prying eyes, the Mage is free to study the Arcane and the Ancient. Who knows what secrets are held within the Mage's Tower?

The Mage's Tower is a printable dungeon floorplan compatible with any RPG/Dungeon-Crawl game. It can be used as a standalone gameboard, or combined with any same-scale tileset.

Haunted Mansion is a multiple level set, comprising 7 battlemaps (each depicting a different floor)
Ground Floor - Winter forests surrounds the lower level of the tower. Inside the entrance hall is a throne and wide sweeping stairs
1st Floor - This balcony level features 5 mysterious statues arranged around the walls, Made of different stones, do they hold a secret?
2nd Floor - The Mage's Bedchamber. Reaced by a set of spiral stairs, this level features a warm bedchamber with an exterior balcony area.
3rd Floor - The Study. A table with an inlaid map is covered in scrolls and books, whilst the surrounding walls are lined with ancient tomes.
4th Floor - The Palantir. The room is filled with magical light from the Crystal Seeing Ball on a plinth. 4 Chests are also present - what do they contain? Are they linked to the statues on the 1st floor?
5th Floor - The Spellcasting Floor. This large dark chamber glows with the remnants of spell casting circles and magical symbols.
6th Floor - The roof. Decorated with a brass dome in the centre, the roof is the ideal location for a final showdown with a rogue Sorcerer.

Also included is a set of 300dpi full size jpgs, for poster printing or VTT.
The Mage's Tower- 7 battlemaps, and can be printed at 28mm and 25mm scale.

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Mac M December 03, 2020 10:01 am UTC
This product is not what I was expecting.

I was looking for a product that was ready to print on my home A4 laser printer.

I wanted a quick and easy to use alternative to me drawing my own battlemaps.

This is not what I got.

As an example…

Page 2 of the PDF shows a battlemap that is 20 inches square.
Represented on an A4 page.
I note for clarity that an A4 page is 8 ¼ by 11 ¾ inches.
So this image, if printed on an A4 page will not provide one inch squares.

To get this PDF page to scale correctly is guesswork.
Then to print to tiles, across multiple A4 pages, is more guesswork.
I tried some guessing for about a half a day.

Then I spent a day looking at the images that come with the product.
Maybe I could print these to the appropriate scale and tile them?
After a day using three different image programs, I downloaded an app called PosteRazor. Still teaching myself how to use...See more
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Joseph B December 03, 2020 11:12 am UTC
Hi Mac,

Sorry to hear you've had trouble printing this.

I would like to address your points.

First, page 2 of the pdf is labelled on the page as 'Overview' and is never intended to be printed as the full sized map - it's just to show you what the level looks like. So, there's no need to try and scale that up to a full sized battlemap.

The pdf contains, after the overview page, tiled pages where the levels are cut up and spread across multiple A4 pages. As mentioned on the very first page of the pdf, the default size of the square is 28mm but if you want 1" squares then print these at 91% scale.

So, I am a little confused that you've asked for a product where the maps are tiled to print across A4 pages, when the pdf literally is that :) You'd just need to scale the pages to 91% of the original (as described in the instructions) to get 1" squares. I'm just wondering - did you look through the full pdf, or just the first pages with...See more
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Mac M December 05, 2020 2:48 pm UTC
Hello Sir,

I appreciate your speedy reply.
Your link to an image showing tiled pages was an eye opener.
I have already permanently deleted my downloads.
Too long an IT professional and too frustrated.
But my PDF was six pages long.
Having spent a day with the PDF I can remember the details well.
So I downloaded the PDF again and find a thirty-seven page PDF.
With wonderfully tiled images.
Thank you very much.

Kind regards,
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Kaleton M July 10, 2017 4:03 am UTC
Could someone tell me what the file sizes for the maps are? I can only upload a max of 10 MG at a time for roll20.
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Joseph B July 10, 2017 9:06 am UTC
Hi Kale. The tiles are larger than 10mb so will need to be resized if you want to use them in Roll20
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Andrew J December 26, 2014 10:04 pm UTC
Congratulations to Heroic Maps on their 100th successful product. I am happy tot see that it is the same level of quality that has distinguished the previous 99. This map is particularly rich and textured.
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Joseph B December 27, 2014 10:11 am UTC
Thanks Andrew! That's really kind of you to say. We're looking forward to the next 100 maps!
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