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Pathfinder Flip-Mat: The Emerald Spire Superdungeon Multi-Pack

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Pathfinder Flip-Mat: The Emerald Spire Superdungeon Multi-Pack
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Conquer the massive Emerald Spire Superdungeon in style with this impossibly enormous collection of 8 double-sided dungeon-themed Flip-Mats! Each of the 16 complete dungeon levels featured in this mega Multi-Pack was designed by a legendary game designer, and works perfectly with the associated dungeon levels included in the Emerald Spire Superdungeon!

This line of gaming maps provides ready-to-use and captivatingly detailed fantasy set pieces for the busy Game Master. No matter which level of the Emerald Spire your players are attempting to conquer, you’ll be sure to have the perfect map for the job! Even gamers not using the Superdungeon will find 16 diverse and exciting dungeon designs that can be easily adapted to original adventures!

Each 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.

The Pathfinder Flip-Mat: Emerald Spire Superdungeon Multi-Pack contains dungeon levels designed by:

  • Keith Baker
  • Rich Baker
  • Wolfgang Baur
  • Jason Bulmahn
  • Ed Greenwood
  • Tim Hitchcock
  • James Jacobs
  • Nicolas Logue
  • Erik Mona
  • Frank Mentzer
  • Chris Pramas
  • Sean K Reynolds
  • F. Wesley Schneider
  • Michael A. Stackpole
  • Lisa Stevens
  • James L. Sutter

The Emerald Spire Superdungeon Multi-Pack is a Paizo.com exclusive and won't be available anywhere else!

ISBN-13: 978-1-60125-670-6

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Webstore Gninja Minion

Available for preorder! Please note, this product is *not* part of the Pathfinder Maps subscription, but if you are a subscriber and preorder this, you will receive the PDF for free.


W00T! I've been waiting for this to pop up - pre-ordered! And then poverty for a while, though it's a good deal for so many maps. Hopefully the maps will stand up for individual use as well as with the Emerald Spire book itself.

Once again I really wish I'd been back playing tabletop games in time to learn of the Kickstarter... but I hadn't discovered either Pathfinder or Kickstarter by that point.

Shadow Lodge

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What are the dimensions of the flipmats? Just curious how large the actual dungeon levels are in terms of total feet/squares, and not sure if there is a "standard" size for Paizo flipmats.

Scarab Sages

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Modules Subscriber

I hear they have the usual size.

Woohhooo, can't wait for this one. :)

Paizo Employee Designer

Armando Penblade wrote:
What are the dimensions of the flipmats? Just curious how large the actual dungeon levels are in terms of total feet/squares, and not sure if there is a "standard" size for Paizo flipmats.

The standard size for Pathfinder Flip-Mats is 24 by 30 inches.

Paizo Employee Modules Overlord

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Yep, this is 8 standard 24x30 inch flip maps, with 1 level of Emerald Spire on each side (16 levels total).


Oooooh ... I think I want these. (And the superdungeon HC module too of course). :)


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Modules Subscriber; Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber

I just want to be clear here... at 24x30 we're talking about each level of dungeon being no more than 120ft x 150ft. Or do these mats only cover a portion of each level? This is kind of a big chunk of change and there's a value-difference between "all the maps you need" and "highlighted ares of the dungeon".

Paizo Employee Modules Overlord

All of every dungeon level is covered on the maps. The level designers had 18,000 square feet to work with, and each designed his map within that limit. :)


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Modules Subscriber; Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber

Thank you Owen. Both for the answer and for the design choice. That makes the value worthwhile in my book, so I will be buying this.


I like this idea a lot, as it reminds me of the old boxed sets with huge map posters.

One of the things I like about megadungeons is the mapping and exploration aspect for PCs. Are the maps arranged in such a way that it's easy to the part of the dungeon the PCs are exploring without having to reveal the whole thing?


Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber

I just wish there wasn’t a limitation put on the dungeon levels to ‘fit on a flip mat’. I know it’s been discussed the expenses are more than you would like to create nice vinyl rolled maps, but what about something similar to the D&D tile sets? You could put out a set for one or two floors (depending on the size of the floor), but you wouldn’t need to limit a floor on a predetermined sized mat.

Something to think about at least (if you haven’t already).

Paizo Employee Modules Overlord

Wes Schneider just covered why this isn't really that different from every adventure project Paizo does. There are always constraints on size, or style, or page count.

Scarab Sages

Owen: You have a "-" or something at the beginning of that URL that is making it not work.

For others' reference, Link


Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Yes, I saw that Owen.

Thanks.

Paizo Employee Modules Overlord

Arazyr wrote:
Owen: You have a "-" or something at the beginning of that URL that is making it not work.

That's what I get for posting before I have coffee.

Fixed, thanks. :)


super stoked about this one I love maps and dungeon crawls and dungeon crawl map expecially ones I don't have to draw.

it would be cool to have two flip mats the work side by side too. maybe another special project. like the kick starter for rise of the Runelords the movie. Are just had another great idea you guys should make a movie for at least write one and have someone else make it.


This couldn't get any sexier if it came in a leopard-print carrying case.


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Modules, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Society Roleplaying Guild Subscriber

Would be great to buy the print edition, but living in the UK and buying through Paizo.com and not from a UK based supplier, I'm going to have to pay more tax and extra money to the Post Office for the privilege. Unlike books, maps attract tax. Please look at getting a Paizo.com distribution network for Europe to be able to reduce costs in shipment?

Silver Crusade

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Deevor wrote:
Would be great to buy the print edition, but living in the UK and buying through Paizo.com and not from a UK based supplier, I'm going to have to pay more tax and extra money to the Post Office for the privilege. Unlike books, maps attract tax. Please look at getting a Paizo.com distribution network for Europe to be able to reduce costs in shipment?

Paizo has distributors in Europe, I think in UK it's Esdevium. You should be able to buy Paizo stuff through all major online gaming stores and perhaps also some brick and mortar ones. Also, amazon.co.uk and BookDepository (which is UK based) both carry Paizo products.


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I think this one is a paizo.com exclusive, so online is likely to be the only option in this, specific case.

Paizo have been loathe to "outsource" their web store in the way you're suggesting, Deevor. As i understand it there were some serious issues back in the dragon/dungeon days with that kind of system and they got pretty badly burnt. Granted that was a while ago and the company is in a different place - maybe their position has shifted from "never again" to "maybe one day".


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Gorbacz wrote:

Paizo has distributors in Europe, I think in UK it's Esdevium. You should be able to buy Paizo stuff through all major online gaming stores and perhaps also some brick and mortar ones. Also, amazon.co.uk and BookDepository (which is UK based) both carry Paizo products.

This is a Paizo exclusive, so I'm not expecting it to be available through the other channels, otherwise I'd be straight to BookDepository, though that's just my personal preference. But the channels you provided are indeed available to obtain most of the normal products.


Deevor wrote:
This is a Paizo exclusive.

I don't doubt you, but how did you know? If it's in the product description I'm missing it.

Grand Lodge

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

Probably due to the fact that it is catagorized under "Paizo Exclusives". :)

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

We don't necessarily say that things are exclusive in the product description. If you look at the "See Also" list under the product description, though, you can see all of the places in the store where this product is listed, and one of them is paizo.com exclusives.


TriOmegaZero wrote:
Probably due to the fact that it is catagorized under "Paizo Exclusives". :)

Hmmm...I see it under Pathfinder® / Pathfinder Accessories / Pathfinder Maps / Flip-Mats.

But as I like you, I will refrain from pummeling you for your insolence. Carry on. ;-)

Shadow Lodge

I leave the pummeling for when you run 13th Age for me.


Vic Wertz wrote:
We don't necessarily say that things are exclusive in the product description. If you look at the "See Also" list under the product description, though, you can see all of the places in the store where this product is listed, and one of them is paizo.com exclusives.

Thanks for the tip. It might be helpful to put it in the product description, but I suppose that could be painful if an item's status ever changed.

I was only asking because I just finished grilling the owner of a FLGS over why they didn't have it. :)


TOZ wrote:
I leave the pummeling for when you run 13th Age for me.

Probably for the best. Tom says you're "scrappy" and could totally take me anyway. :P

Shadow Lodge

Is the PDF version going to be available for sale at any point? If so when, I'm itching to run this through FG and I'm not a maps subscriber.

Webstore Gninja Minion

ProdigalGM wrote:
Is the PDF version going to be available for sale at any point? If so when, I'm itching to run this through FG and I'm not a maps subscriber.

Oops! I forgot to poke a thing. The thing has been poked.

Shadow Lodge

Liz Courts wrote:
ProdigalGM wrote:
Is the PDF version going to be available for sale at any point? If so when, I'm itching to run this through FG and I'm not a maps subscriber.
Oops! I forgot to poke a thing. The thing has been poked.

Thats great, but wow $55!?!

Dark Archive

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Roleplaying Game, Starfinder Society Roleplaying Guild Subscriber; Pathfinder Comics Subscriber

Best way to get this was preorder it and be a subscriber of the maps when it shipped. Those people got the free PDF.


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ProdigalGM wrote:
Liz Courts wrote:
ProdigalGM wrote:
Is the PDF version going to be available for sale at any point? If so when, I'm itching to run this through FG and I'm not a maps subscriber.
Oops! I forgot to poke a thing. The thing has been poked.
Thats great, but wow $55!?!

That doesn't seem particularly out of line for 16 .pdf flip-maps, considering most of the .pdf flip-maps are $10 each.


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I agree it's a reasonable price, however it's technically eight flip mats rather than sixteen.

Dark Archive

I have two questions for the Paizo community:

1.) Do the maps show traps or secret doors?

2.) How do other GMs deal with the "fog of war"? (I was thinking of maybe black construction paper covering undiscovered rooms)


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thunderspirit wrote:
That doesn't seem particularly out of line for 16 .pdf flip-maps, considering most of the .pdf flip-maps are $10 each.
Steve Geddes wrote:
I agree it's a reasonable price, however it's technically eight flip mats rather than sixteen.

Technically it is 16 pdf maps that represent the 16 levels as found on the 8 printed sheets. ;-)


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Yeah, I just meant for price comparisons its the same content as eight of the usual flip mats.

The $55 price tag compares well with 8x$9 but a casual reader might think its worth 16x$9 which is an overstatement of the discount.


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Steve Geddes wrote:

Yeah, I just meant for price comparisons its the same content as eight of the usual flip mats.

The $55 price tag compares well with 8x$9 but a casual reader might think its worth 16x$9 which is an overstatement of the discount.

Point taken. :-)


I was initially reluctant to pick the PDF version of these maps up since they're priced significantly higher than the module itself (which includes the map images) but I figured I'd bite the bullet. After extracting them and uploading them to Roll20, I have to say the multipack PDF is easily worth the money. The maps look absolutely gorgeous in full resolution!

Can't wait to let my players experience the TPK module! :D


Goz wrote:
2.) How do other GMs deal with the "fog of war"? (I was thinking of maybe black construction paper covering undiscovered rooms)

A block of post-it notes will work pretty good and allow you to reveal and then put back on as they players go.


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TheMetal1 wrote:
Goz wrote:
2.) How do other GMs deal with the "fog of war"? (I was thinking of maybe black construction paper covering undiscovered rooms)
A block of post-it notes will work pretty good and allow you to reveal and then put back on as they players go.

What's worked really well for us - if you want a simplistic solution - is two sheets of paper, technically the 'x' and the 'y' axis, slid back and forth as needed. Its not perfect but its very easy, very quick and gets the job done.

I too would be interested to know if the maps reveal the locations of secret doors and whatnot.

Liberty's Edge

Pathfinder Starfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

How do flip-mats usually deal with things like secret doors/hallways/rooms?

I mean, I figure the normal flip-mats can probably get away with it by not having them at all, since they're often things like outdoors wilderness type things.

But dungeons have quite a bit of features that are initially hidden from the players. How do these flip-mats deal with them? Is it the same strategy? Do we have a 16 level superdungeon without hidden rooms?

This isn't exactly the same issue as fog of war, because with that, you're just hiding areas the players haven't been to at all. But what if you want to hide a "S" marker on a segment of wall that the players have seen. Do you just put a post-it note in that single square of wall? And isn't that a dead giveaway?

Sovereign Court

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Usually they don't put any of the map markers on the flip mats (no S for secret door, no +/- from the clockwork level, etc.), Then all you have to do is use your favorite covering method to cover the secret passages outside of the room and you're set.

Liberty's Edge

Pathfinder Starfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Has anybody seen these flip-mats yet? Or the hardcover itself? Are there a lot of secret passages and how are they positioned on the dungeon levels? Do they look like they'd be difficult to cover or has some thought gone into putting them in places where they're easy to cover up?


The flip-mats are identical to the maps laid out in the Emerald Spire PDF/hardcover (which in turn are similar to the maps you'll find in adventure paths) except they don't have the "GM markers" on them - ie no room annotations, S for secret doors, outlines for traps and so on.

You'll probably want to use Post-its or sheets of paper to hide areas they haven't explored yet since it's otherwise hard "not" to metagame at least a little, but it's not an insurmountable task.

If you're thinking about the PDF version, the maps are the same maps that you can find on the first page of each dungeon level description in Emerald Spire (though again without GM markers), but at significantly higher resolution and image quality.


Have any of you who have bought the pdf version tried to print them out yourselves? How is the quality? I tried to print my scans from the superdungeon book (for personal use), but even with photoshop skills, the results were lackluster. I might as well draw on an empty map folio myself.

My local shop cannot order the pysical copy for me, and I think the shipping+taxes for the item would be too much for me (estimated 125USD).


The resolution is approximately 3600 x 4500 for the flip mat maps, while the images in the Emerald Spire PDF are ~ 1200 x 1500.

The image quality is similar to other PDF flip-mats - have you had any experience printing other flip-mats?


Kudaku wrote:

The resolution is approximately 3600 x 4500 for the flip mat maps, while the images in the Emerald Spire PDF are ~ 1200 x 1500.

The image quality is similar to other PDF flip-mats - have you had any experience printing other flip-mats?

I have not. But any additional information you can provide would be appriciated.

I am leaning on buying the flipmat from this site, but the whole group will chip in this time. I wonder if this item has to be taxed in Norway or not. An addtional 20 usd is not a lot.

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