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Enter the abode of fell theurgy with the Kobold!

Cartographer Jonathan Roberts created this map for Kobold Quarterly #13 and, in collaboration with Open Design, we are happy to bring it to you today as "Fantastic Maps: Necromancer's Lair".

This map pack includes:

  • Multi-page pdf in letter and A4 formats that enables you to print out the maps for your gametable at 1 square = 1 inch. The pdfs come in both colour and printer friendly greyscale.
  • High resolution jpgs with and without grid designed to be easily dropped into any virtual tabletop program - or printed off as a poster at your local print shop.
  • Maptool campaign files with vision blocking and light constructed for quick use in 4E, PFRPG, or any OGL game. They are compatible with Maptool 1.3b84 or newer.
  • Separate png objects of magic circles and gargoyle statues

You can find more of Jonathan Roberts work at his blog HERE

The Necromancer’s Lair originally appeared in Kobold Quarterly #13 along with an adventure written by Matthew Hanson “Capture the Flag”.

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Christopher H. [Featured Reviewer]
April 5th, 2012
As usual, Jonathan Roberts does a fine job rendering a large dungeon room, complete with elevated platforms and pits filled with what I presume to be bones. However, the room is a bit sparse. A necromancer’s lair or laboratory or summoning chamber or [...]
April 22nd, 2011
This map pack contains a complete set of printable map pages with instructions on how to assemble them for use directly on the tabletop. That seems straight forward enough. There are two full size versions of this map, one in color and one that [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on April 01, 2011.