GameMastery Map Pack: Ruins

GameMastery Map Pack: Ruins

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GameMastery Map Pack: Ruins contains 18 full-color 5 x 8-inch map tiles, stunningly crafted by cartographer Corey Macourek, that combine to form a wide variety of locations in a ruined city.

    Locations include:
  • Overgrown Boulevard
  • Weathered Statue
  • Shattered Buildings
  • Crumbling Temple
  • Ancient Amphitheater
  • Ruined Observatory

For use with the industry’s most popular roleplaying or tabletop miniature campaigns, and useable by experienced GMs and novices alike, this product fits perfectly into any Game Master’s arsenal.

Good GMs can never have too many maps at their disposal, and Paizo’s GameMastery Map Packs provide high-quality gridded maps for use with both RPGs and miniatures games.

Note: This product is part of the Pathfinder Maps Subscription.

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Great Art -- Delicate Construction

***( )( )

This is my first Map Pack product; I ordered it online, so I really had no idea what to expect.

The Good? The art delivers exactly as promised. I've walked the classical ruins at Ephesus (now Efes) in modern Turkey. These cards evoke that type of setting.

The Bad? The card stock is too flimsy to survive at my gaming table. It's perhaps the same weight as that of a paperback cover. One spilled drink, or other player mishap, and that would be the end. Perhaps if one paid to laminate the single-sided cards this would solve the problem -- but it's an extra expense.

Conclusion: I'll stick with Dungeon Tiles. Paizo has a wider range of map subjects for sale, but the Map Pack products are too physically delicate for my game-table needs.

Oooh. Aaah.


Silly internet ate my review. So here's another.

This is really good. I just got it and was very impressed.

The bad: the tiles depict ruins of white stone with healthy grass and moss growing over them. This is a bit limiting but nothing too bad. Any any other design would have been just as limiting.

The good: everything else.
The boulevard is four to six tiles long, almost all tiles (even a couple of the boulevard ones) have cover to hide behind or climb atop, and the areas themselves are interesting and well laid out.
I'm inspired and interested by this set, which is a wonderful thing.