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Siobury Village Marketplace

"Ah, if you like your apples maggoty, your cheese hard and your pocket picked, you'll love the village market..."

A printable battlemap compatible with any RPG/Dungeon-Crawl game. Use as a standalone gameboard, or combine with any same-scale tileset.

Contents: A 20 x 30 map depicting a rural village market place, with a market in place. Canopied stalls with produce and objects line the large open space between the thatched cottages. 
A version without the market stalls is also provided.


A pdf with 300dpi images ready for A4 printing

A  300dpi full size jpeg file, for poster printing

A  72dpi (140x140px) jpeg for Roll20 & other VTTs


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James L December 30, 2020 1:53 am UTC
So.. I finally dropped the money to buy all three non-Hollow Siobury packs. Are you aware that the Village doesn't line up with the Windmill properly? It's like 12 pixels away and something like 2.3 degrees skewed. I don't even know precisely what. Plus the color schemes don't quite match. I mucked around with it in GIMP for a while, but I would have to do some clever nonsense to get it to match up.

Would it be possible just to get one giant VTT map for the whole township? I'm guessing that you're cropping these out of a larger image anyway.. and I'm just pasting them back together, so..?

Oh, and if you have the full Siobury Hollow (Autumn) map, I'd love to get that too. I was going to paste together extra areas for the chopped off buildings in the village, but if you've already ot them, that would be such a blessing!
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Joseph B December 30, 2020 12:33 pm UTC
I would disagree that it doesn't line up - and there's certainly not 12 pixels away or skewed at all. Nor is the colour scheme different at all. What you're noticing is the fact that the original village was made on it's own, intended as a single map with nothing adjoining it. We then decided to expand the map and add the windmill area above it. but the tricky thing there is that complex shadow blends and effects that go to the edge of the village map have to be recreated and matched in a new map. So, in some places there are some shadows where you might see a few pixels are misaligned, but that's it. As for the colour palette, it uses the exact same template setting and global palette, so that's not the case. The map is in no way skewed - that's not part of our process at all.

There is no single giant VTT map of the whole township. We haven't just made a huge village and then are chopping it up - we're adding adjoining areas as we think of ideas for the setting.

Hope that makes...See more
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James L January 01, 2021 6:55 am UTC
Well that's a bummer. I was really hoping that there was a master to fix the problem.

Note that the fenceline by the road lines up nicely. Now go look at the rooflines. Now, try to line up the rooflines.

Now, go look at the fence. That's where I got the guestimate of 'like 12 pixels off and skewed a couple of degrees'. I wasn't trying to be offensive, I was trying to find an easy way to solve the problem.

Actually.. I already know how to solve the problem. I recolored the 'Hollow' map to greens (Spring/Summer), so all I need to do is recolor the windmill scene to match. I also cropped the marketplace out and added it to the Hollow map, so I could have a marketplace during the Halloween campaign as well. I even recolored it to night time, just for fun. :)

Note that the Hollow map lines up 'close enough' with all of the leaves and smoke in the way. Odds are my players will never notice, I just want it to look right, because I want it 'perfect'.. or at least close...See more
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James L November 01, 2020 12:50 am UTC
Also, I just bought a pile of your stuff yesterday. I'm going to do a Sleepy Hollow / Pumpkin King / Lord of the Hunt Campaign using a pile of your maps for VTT in MapTool.

Can you suggest a covered bridge, either yours of another artist with matching art work? I think I also need some village watch towers, maybe a river / river tiles to go with the bridge..

Anything else you can suggest that I could throw in to a giant spread out battle map campaign with adventrures scouring the countryside to take care of Halloween monsters for villagers. :D
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Joseph B November 01, 2020 9:46 am UTC
A Sleepy Hollow game sounds fun.

I'm afraid we don't have a covered bridge, but you could use any bridge and imagine there's a cover on top. Have you seen our Geomorph Bridges and Rivers set?
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James L November 02, 2020 8:33 am UTC
Yes, I bought two more big piles of assets from you, and I've got another pile in my wishlist for after I check on your answers to the questions I had. :)
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James L November 01, 2020 12:44 am UTC
Just found this, how come it's not in the Halloween sale?
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Joseph B November 01, 2020 9:45 am UTC
Because it's not a Halloween map ;)
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James L November 02, 2020 8:31 am UTC
I don't think I understand, the other two Siobury maps were on sale??
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