Western Maps: Brothel Map Pack PDF
Has a brawl broken out over a card game? Is a liquored up patron of the brothel causing trouble? Has the murder in one of the cramped rooms invited your investigation? Do the hookers need help defending the brothel from a raiding party of bandits? With D20 Cartographer, the story is in your hands!
"Western Maps" are full-featured encounter maps designed for Wild West campaigns. This release, "Brothel" features a two-story brothel, mapped both inside and out, including a bar, a backroom for poker, a lounge, and three bedrooms where the 'employees' practice their trade! All maps are in typical 1 inch = 5 feet scale
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