Quirin Maps #3: Ruther's Goods PDF
Ruther’s Goods is a short map accessory (.pdf), containing eight full-color maps (two maps in A4 with furniture and text, two maps in A4 without text, two maps in A4 without furniture and text, and two battle maps without markings split up over 2 and 4 A4 pages respectively) and eight greyscale variants of a small shop known as Ruther’s Goods and an old, small temple below it.
Additionally features three separate full color 150dpi .jpeg maps (with furniture and text, without text, and without furniture and text) and three separate greyscale 150dpi .jpeg variants of both levels
You may reduce, crop, rotate, or inscribe these separate maps. The artist's signature must be within the final, published map. You may not resell these maps. If you use any of these maps in your product, you must include the statement "Some artwork copyright Christian Janke, used with permission." We retain the right to sell the use of these maps.
A variant of each map originally appeared in Quirin Adventure #5: The Secrets of Maevis.
Created by: Christian Janke
Time for Fun and More!
If you like this product, you might like the upcoming Quirin Maps #4: The Forgotten Hut.
GMC—It's Game Master's Choice!
Come to the world where mortals created and became gods, where the Long Night powers orcs and undead and where ruins of a glorious past let deities fear for their existence. A world of enigmatic NPCs: from the Ancients, over the mythical Sirison and the Guardian of Simit to a being of unknown age and power, the Quirin.
Look out for the independent "Quirin Maps" series. Every issue can be used by publishers and/or game masters alike.
Will be added to your My Downloads Page immediately upon purchase of PDF.
Are there errors or omissions in this product information? Got corrections? Let us know at email@example.com.
Product Reviews (0)
Calling on all Ubiquity system experts for advice!,
In the Infirmary...,
Deck of SO many things!,
ZEITGEIST #13: Avatar of Revolution (PFRPG) PDF,
How many casters are there in the world?,
Do you need to enter a stance for these styles?,
Cult of Personality: Misconceptions on Alignment,