Fantastic Maps: The Leafless Wood PDF
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Jonathan Roberts, cartographer for Wrath of the River King and Adventures in the Hyborian Age, presents "A Witch's Choice" map: The Leafless Wood. This multi-page PDF allows you to print out the battlemap at a 1 inch=1 square scale as a letter-format map and is also available in a printer-friendly light grayscale version.
The wind dies and the sky darkens; a bird-shaped cloud moves in front of the sun; the sounds of the wind, birds, animals, and insects die away... you have reached the Leafless Wood.
You can find more of Jonathan Roberts' work at his website www.fantasticmaps.com.
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