A beautiful and versatile mapset that should prove useful whenever the party wishes to interact with the inhabitants of the typical small village.
First are four 'overview' sheets - full page ones, no less - that give an idea of the overall scope of the stores presented, followed by larger sheets that can be combined to create a layout suitable for miniatures use. Full scale single sheet versions, for those who have access to facilities to print them entire or who are using virtual tabletop software, are also provided.
The stores are an apothecary, a blacksmith, a tavern and a general store - this last comes with a small cottage, complete with a garden, across the road.
The apothecary is a large single room building with workshelves around the walls, a bookcase and a table/counter where customers can be served. It would suit any store purveying small delicate items - magic items, potions, even jewellry - if preferred to someone dispensing healing herbs and remedies.
The blacksmith's shop includes an open forge complete with anvil as well as a room with a counter where weapons and other implements can be sold and further back rooms that could be used as storage or living space for the blacksmith.
The tavern is quite small, but well laid out. The main tap room has a bar and a fireplace, part of a double chimney that also serves a more cosy back room - suitable for those quiet chats. Behind the bar is a store room complete with barrels and even a kitchen area with its own fireplace and food preparation area.
Finally, the general store can be used pretty much as you like, with a large room complete with counter and steps down to a half-cellar storage area. The items on display suggest it's a food shop, but it could be repurposed quite easily.
The art is delightfully clear and crisp, and uniform in style with other mapsets from this publisher, making it easy to link several sets together seamlessly, which is also aided by the geomorphic design.