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Doskvol Street Maps - Detailed Maps for Blades in the Dark

Doskvol Street Maps - Detailed Maps for Blades in the Dark


Explore the haunted city of Doskvol as never before with these highly detailed street-by-street maps for Blades in the Dark

This package includes a complete high-resolution map of Doskvol with over a thousand individually named features (streets, parks, canals, caves, and more). Every district from Whitecrown to Dunslough is included, as well as fringe areas like the Lost District and Old North Port.

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  • A complete high-resolution map of the city in three formats (vector PDF, high-res image, medium-res image)
  • A printable PDF and image of each individual district (at letter-ratio for easy printing)
With creative consultation by Blades in the Dark creator John Harper, these maps build on the established lore of the city, adding further rich detail. They provide a valuable play-aid and springboard for all your heist-planning needs, whether in person or through a virtual tabletop. 

Blades in the Dark™ is a trademark of One Seven Design. The Forged in the Dark Logo is © One Seven Design, and is used with permission.

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Steve H May 18, 2021 9:50 pm UTC
I can only spot one mistake: in Silkshore, what I presume is supposed to be "Bridge of Delight" is spelled "Bright of Delight".

It's only a small error, but these maps are so great I feel like they deserve absolute perfection. Any plans to rectify the mistake or are we stuck with them as is?

(Not that anyone's really "stuck" with these maps, they're that good.)
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Ilya B April 09, 2021 4:57 pm UTC
Would it be possible to get a copy of the maps without street names in any form? I am trying to translate the maps into my language.
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Toby G December 18, 2021 2:25 pm UTC
+1. I would also be interested in city maps with no text.
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Joan Ignasi M February 24, 2022 12:20 am UTC, blades in the dark, downloads, player booklet. It's near the end.
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Mark P March 09, 2021 8:59 am UTC
For VTT grid purpose (Foundry), is there a scale?
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Christian S April 20, 2021 9:29 am UTC
1px = 1 meter

I have based that scale on how big the livarithan ships in the harbour are
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Natalia U January 27, 2021 4:27 am UTC
The map marks/lists every district's point of interests except for Kellan's in Charhollow. Am I missing it or did it not make it onto the map?
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Mark B September 29, 2020 7:57 pm UTC
They look good, but why are the loose images in jpeg format? They're all artifacted. Surely png would have been better?
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Harry S June 13, 2020 5:10 pm UTC
Do you have any recommendations for page scale if I import these into roll20?
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Frazer G June 30, 2020 1:23 pm UTC
Just been setting these up myself on Roll20, for the individual districts I'm using a grid of 30w/40h for the vertical ones and the reverse for the horizontal ones. As for the main one I've gone 50w/90h but honestly the bigger the better with that one as it has so much detail.
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Mark P March 09, 2021 9:00 am UTC
What does that work out in metres per grid unit? I'm using Foundry so the settings are different to Roll20, simply a Grid scale that asks for distance and units.
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Justin K April 23, 2020 2:23 pm UTC
Some very detailed maps! These will be a large boon for my game. I like the idea of the high res city maps, but its near impossible to tell which district is which without some careful investigation. I'm not a graphic designer, but it seems like some highlighting/grayscale scheme to better show the borders between districts with a larger font indicating which district is which would go a long way to making it functional from an at-a-glance map in addition to the wonderful street-by-street map it is.

Maybe the intention though is to still use the map included with the game for orienting yourself between the districts? Was glad to see the lost district included as its own district map.
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