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The VTT Maps of Arden Vul

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Welcome to the VTT (Virtual Table Top) Maps of Arden Vul!

This PDF product features all maps of The Halls of Arden Vul, the most-ambitious megadungeon ever, in VTT format. The maps are featured in black and white versions as well as in the traditional old-school blue.

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Michael P August 13, 2023 2:19 am UTC
If you do not already have the program "map align" google for it and get it (free). Makes aligning grids easy if the map has a consistent scale across the whole thing.
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Craig C June 19, 2023 8:06 pm UTC
Respectfully, these maps are extremely difficult to use in an actual VTT environment, and I'd like to know if it's possible to have the cartographer or publisher recreate them.

As a result of an unknown process during their making, each map has a different scale! That is to say, a 10' square on the map grid might be 65 pixels on one map, but as high 97 pixels or as low as 58 pixels on a different map. *Every single map* has a different scale of pixels per square. These scales are not listed anywhere in the files offered.

Worse, several maps I directly measured (Level 3 and Level 4) have a different value of pixels per 10' square on different parts of the same map. It is not possible to merely change the size or pixel density of the maps in Photoshop to correct this problem.

This means that if a regular grid is applied to the maps in a VTT program, player tokens will not move at a regular pace across the map--each individual movement will slightly and additively misalign the...See more
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David M October 10, 2022 2:00 pm UTC
Hi there.
Is there any chance that you could provide cell sizes (ie, width and length in cells for roll20, as well as pixels per cell) ? I cant find it anywhere
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Michael S August 11, 2022 6:03 pm UTC
How well will these transfer into Roll20? Has anyone tried?
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Matthew H May 03, 2022 4:01 pm UTC
As of this morning, 09:00 PST, Tuesday, May 03, 2022, none of the ZIP files will download...
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Don K July 11, 2021 12:41 pm UTC
Here are my scale estimates for each of the maps. On maps that had no "1 square = xx feet" I assumes that xx = 10. On maps with a with an odd number of pixels per 10', you will have to decide on whether to round up or down when defining a 5' per square grid. Either way, I am guessing the grid will have to be nudged as the PCs move about the map, to adjust for the cumulative rounding error.

Azure Keep (78p/50')
City Ruins (168p/50')
Level 1 (348p/10')
Level 2 (97p/10')
Level 3 (66p/10')
Level 4 (58p.10')
Level 5 (80p/10')
Level 6 (91p/10')
Level 7 (68p/10')
Level 8 (59p/10')
Level 9a (62p/10')
Level 9b (138p/10')
Level 10 (59p/10')
Sublevel 1 (200p/10')
Sublevel 2 (242p/10')...See more
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Don K July 10, 2021 9:20 pm UTC
It is unfortunate that there is no pixel scale given for the maps. Moreover, it appears that the pixel scale is different across the maps. My method for dealing with this is to open each .png file in Gimp and use the Tools/Measure to find the number of pixels along a gird side.

That said, the maps themselves are great. Certainly worth the extra work it will take for me to use them in Fantasy Grounds Unity.
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Morgan G September 20, 2020 10:04 pm UTC
These are literally the reason I sprang on buying the full Arden Vul module. For a variety of reasons, I run all of my games online, and the ability to share high quality maps without spending hours erasing secret doors or otherwise concealing every DM-only object on a dungeon map has been a real pain. I know providing these VTT maps is a step above and beyond for most of the products I've found in the OSR, and it immediately put this module at the top of my to-run list.
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Alexander R May 13, 2020 8:49 pm UTC
I love you guys for making all these map packs! But, am I missing something? These are only the Player maps, which hide so many different rooms and areas. I don't understand how these would be most effective in a VTT when they can't actually explore the secret regions.
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Joseph B May 15, 2020 8:52 am UTC
The secret region are displayable via the regular maps PDF when/if the PC's discover the secret areas. In other words, these maps are built with the assumption that the GM will display the "normal" maps if the PCs manage to find a secret area.
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Alexander M September 15, 2020 2:44 am UTC
With all due respect (I love Arden Vul!) this doesn't really make sense in terms of how people play on VTTs. As DM I reveal the map to the players as they explore, so I'd like the secret areas to still be on the map for me to reveal if they're found. Is there any chance we could get maps where the room numbers and other GM-only symbols are removed, but the secret areas are still there?
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Daniel U. T April 12, 2020 6:16 pm UTC
VTT = Virtual Table Top
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Greg P April 15, 2020 1:10 am UTC
Which usually means in some kind of image format like .jpg, not PDF. Would have much preferred (and expected) these to be in jpg...
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Joseph B April 15, 2020 6:35 am UTC
I've uploaded the original image files for those who prefer image files over PDF.
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