GameMastery Flip-Mat: Country Inn

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GameMastery Flip-Mat: Country Inn

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Bandits in the hills? Saddle-sore and ready to trade in your sleeping mat for a comfy bed and a fresh cup of ale? Flip-Mat: Country Inn sets the scene for a relaxing rural break from the road—and makes the perfect locale for an ambush, assassination attempt, brigand raid, or any of countless other battle possibilities!

This portable, affordable map measures 24" x 30" unfolded, and 8" x 10" folded. Its coated surface can handle any dry erase, wet erase, or even permanent marker. Usable by experienced GMs and novices alike, GameMastery Flip-Mats fit perfectly into any Game Master’s arsenal!

On tabletops across the world, the Flip-Mat Revolution is changing the way players run their fantasy roleplaying games! Why take the time to sketch out ugly scenery on a smudgy plastic mat when dynamic encounters and easy clean-up is just a Flip away?

Cartographer: Jason Engle

ISBN-13: 978-1-60125-324-8

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Awesome Interior Map, Exterior . . . No So Much

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I made excellent use of this map for a hordes of undead siege scenario (what can I say, I loved Night of the Living Dead). Solid set up and plenty of rooms for intrigue and "where's the monster/killer hiding" type plots. Need a place for the party to rest between destinations? Problem solved. I especially liked the bathtubs. Nothing quite like bloody water hiding a ghoul or similar undead.
The downside? The exterior map is underwhelming. I just don't see much use for it as players are going to be spending most of the time in the building or courtyard, not on the roofs (and there are simple ways to represent that, anyway).
Besides, it's unlikely you'd flip the map over in the middle of combat!
Unless this is an evil plot by Paizo to force us to buy two of these to place side by side.


I actually like the roofs best...

*****

I like this one a lot (4.5 stars, let's give it 5) - the Country Inn is very big but not ridiculous for its stated purpose, and the design is pretty reasonable. It's only seen non-combat use by me so far but it could make a good bar-room brawl type adventure.

But what I really like is that the rooftop side makes a great exterior map for many other uses, in particular the country manor of a minor noble, large semi-fortified farm complex, and others, that make it highly flexible and useful whenever I want bandits, goblins or giants menacing the local gentry!


An inn or a 5 star hotel

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I'm all for fantasy bit this inn is amazing.
That said, do we need more than the interior?
If someone does roof jumping we have tons of blank maps for that.
Maybe 2 different inns. A rich one (shown) and a simpler one.
Or heck the farmers hut and barn. Typical place to stay when traveling far from civilization.


Awesome!

*****

I love this map! Good stay for any budget ;) This one is going to see action in my next campaign. Since the outside is excellent too, the only small problem I can see is a giant battle that takes place outside and inside at the same time but, I’ll cross that bridge if it happens…


Outstanding

*****

I love this map. It's beautiful, and filled with great story-suggestive elements: the different classes of rooms available, the common area, central kitchen, stables, usable rooftops... It's a very believable design for a free-standing waystation in the wilderness, and beautifully-rendered. A great addition to the collection.


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Sovereign Court

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

So what's on the back?

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

Twowlves wrote:


So what's on the back?

It hasn't been designed yet! (Note that the current art is a mock-up.)

Contributor

Vic Wertz wrote:
Twowlves wrote:


So what's on the back?
It hasn't been designed yet! (Note that the current art is a mock-up.)

Maybe the beer garden, inn yard or stable?

Actually a stable would be deserving of its own map. There's always some sort of action taking place in one, and it makes a good place for encounters with all the partial cover.


A stable is probably a good idea.

But a summer beer garden scene sounds so much cooler!

Liberty's Edge

Paizo Charter Superscriber; Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber; Pathfinder Tales Subscriber; Starfinder Charter Superscriber
Vic Wertz wrote:
Twowlves wrote:


So what's on the back?
It hasn't been designed yet! (Note that the current art is a mock-up.)

Will it be blank?

Dark Archive

Dragnmoon wrote:
Vic Wertz wrote:
Twowlves wrote:


So what's on the back?

How about a second floor and/or cellar?

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

The image has been updated to reflect the finished product.

Dark Archive

That's a great map, and I think it will see much use in my campaigns!

Silver Crusade

Solid map. Love the separated area.


recently started a subscription (Necropolis on the way) and VERY excited to see this. I really love inns and taverns and this one looks fantastic. Hope the trend of maps like this continues!!!

Grand Lodge

Pathfinder Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Is it me or is the map with the interior of the inn missing a texture or something? All the walls are black........

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Slamy Mcbiteo wrote:
Is it me or is the map with the interior of the inn missing a texture or something? All the walls are black........

This is intended.

Sovereign Court

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Modules Subscriber

I noticed that this map is used in PFS scenario #5-01, but came out about 3 years ago. How often the maps are reused? If I can get more than 1 use out of a map that really helps me with my purchase decision.

Grand Lodge

Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber; Pathfinder Card Game Subscriber; Pathfinder Comics Subscriber

There is some overlap, such as the mountain pass flipmat and a few others. The waterfront map pack also gets multiple uses.

Sovereign Court

I've been looking for an inn map for my D&D game, and this looks pretty good EXCEPT! There doesn't appear to be any sort of bar or other service desk. Where will the characters go to fish for rumors from the innkeeper?

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The White Sorcerer wrote:
I've been looking for an inn map for my D&D game, and this looks pretty good EXCEPT! There doesn't appear to be any sort of bar or other service desk. Where will the characters go to fish for rumors from the innkeeper?

I'm fairly certain that this inn is modeled on a more traditional interpretation (the idea of a bar that you walk up to and get served at is a fairly "recent" invention). In this layout, I imagine that servers would wait in the kitchen area when not actively bringing out comestibles and libations.

Sovereign Court

Liz Courts wrote:
The White Sorcerer wrote:
I've been looking for an inn map for my D&D game, and this looks pretty good EXCEPT! There doesn't appear to be any sort of bar or other service desk. Where will the characters go to fish for rumors from the innkeeper?
I'm fairly certain that this inn is modeled on a more traditional interpretation (the idea of a bar that you walk up to and get served at is a fairly "recent" invention). In this layout, I imagine that servers would wait in the kitchen area when not actively bringing out comestibles and libations.

That is all well and good, but it does decrease the value of what would've otherwise been a nearly perfect map. It just lacks a crucial feature. Alas.

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