Maps of Mastery—Forsaken Lands: Swamp Caves & Desert Sanctum Print
Maps of Mastery(based on 4 ratings)
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Add Desert Sanctum PDF $3.99
Add Swamp Caves PDF $3.99
Journey into the remote wilderness! This high-quality, double-sided poster map presents two very different natural environments for use in any genre of game, be it sci-fi, fantasy, or even modern horror! Designed and illustrated by veteran cartographer Christopher West, the poster measures 22 by 34 inches when unfolded, and features a 1-inch grid for play with most miniatures game systems. Various objects and natural elements printed in the maps feature fine colored lines to mark the boundaries of different kinds of terrain, like walls and obstacles; these are easily ignored if your game of choice doesn't need specific designations for terrain types, but useful if it does.
The Swamp Caves side offers a marshy landscape complete with dense foliage, murky water, dank earthen caves, and a secret hovel carved from the roots of some massive tree. This map has countless places for PCs—or any number of lurking horrors—to hide. Included for free with this poster is a 5 by 7-inch terrain card that you can place over the empty clearing of this map, seamlessly turning it into a starship crash site on some remote planet!
The Desert Sanctum is a ruined temple lost in the drifting sands of some distant wasteland! Shimmering portals of blue energy block the four main entrances, but someone—or something—has broken through the walls in several places, allowing access to the enigmas within! What lies within the great pit at the center of the Chamber of Echoes? Who carved the great obelisks? What forgotten ruler once sat on the misplaced throne? These mysteries are yours to unravel!
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