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RPG Superstar 2013 Dedicated Voter, 2014 Dedicated Voter. Pathfinder Deluxe Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Cards, Companion, Maps, Modules, Roleplaying Game, Tales Subscriber. Pathfinder Society Member. 3,103 posts (3,986 including aliases). 17 reviews. No lists. 1 wishlist. 3 Pathfinder Society characters. 19 aliases.

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Incredibly useful

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To be honest, there isn't much to write about these maps. Detail level is good, though the maps are mor or less empty space - but that is exactly what makes them incredibly useful for running larger encounters or creating own encounter maps by drawing on them or simply placing some terrain pieces on the maps.
I know they will see much use in my pathfinder sessions.

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As good as it gets.


I was a hopeful sceptic for this particular installment - going to earth is a tough thing to get away with in any high fantasy setting, even more so going into some past epoche.

I am glad it works, as in 'it is amazingly well done'. The step makes sense, storywise, it fits really well into the established mood of the AP, it reads like an amazing ride (sadly I haven't played it, yet), with some genuinely creepy and some genuinely pulpy stuff going on in the adventure.

The additional material is great, too - the article about WW1 weapons and equipment might see more use in time (at least in my game, since synchronizing Golarion with Call of Cthulhu era Earth opens some great possibilities regarding the dreamlands...), the Monster section holds some nasty surprises (that translate well to regular Golarion games) and the article about Szuriel is nothing short of amazing.
Five stars, without any doubt.

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Mostly good

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I had initially ordered ten of these, and they all folded up nicely and without clumsy me doing any damage to them.

However, some of the map packs seem to have a thicker cardstock or lamination (no, they are not just thicker from using/transporting) and those strain the box a bit much.

Anyway, I just ordered more, so yeah, mostly good...

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Urban encounter maps done right.


Boards ate my longer review - so in short: Great urban maps for a marketplace or for wider urban roads. Very useful in every 'vanilla' urban encounter.
If combined with the rooftops map packs, you have almost everything you need for 'urban outdoor encounters'.

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Great, must buy for urban adventures


The maps are a great, interesting and very useful collection of 'vanilla' fantasy city alleys and buildings. They look gorgeous and in most urban campyigns will see regular use. If combined with the marketplace map packs, you have almost everything you need for 'urban outdoor encounters'.

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