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Pathfinder Adventure Path: Carrion Crown Interactive Maps PDF

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This is a compilation of 36 maps from the entire Carrion Crown Adventure Path, with special PDF-only interactive features: buttons that allow you to hide map tags and/or grids, or engage a player-friendly view, hiding secret doors and even obscuring secret rooms! These are the exact same maps that appear throughout the Carrion Crown Adventure Path, presented at the exact same scale.

These interactive features are fully supported in current versions of Adobe Reader, but they may not work reliably with other PDF viewers. (In particular, Apple's PDF renderer does not currently support these interactive features, so they won't work with Apple's Preview app or iOS devices, including iPads and iPhones.) If your reader does not support the interactive features, you'll usually be able to see the maps, but the buttons won't hide anything. Adobe Reader is a free download from adobe.com.

Note that the Interactive Maps for each individual volume of the Adventure Path are already included with the PDF edition of the corresponding book, so if you already have the full set of Carrion Crown PDFs, you do not need this collection.

Interactive maps do not support image extraction in Adobe Reader. The non-interactive versions of the maps can be found in the PDF editions of the individual Adventure Path volumes and may be extracted from those files. See the Interactive Map FAQ for more information.

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Sovereign Court Owner - Enchanted Grounds

That's pretty shiny. Do you plan on doing this for other APs?


Just to be clear I only have to redownload Carrion Crown to get the pdf's with the interactive maps?

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Drogon wrote:
That's pretty shiny. Do you plan on doing this for other APs?

We are working to have this available for older APs as we are able. No dates are currently available, however.

Mr. Swagger wrote:
Just to be clear I only have to redownload Carrion Crown to get the pdf's with the interactive maps?

Correct. If you've already got the Carrion Crown AP PDFs in your downloads, they now have an accompanying Interactive Map file in each AP volume's PDF download. Note that this is only for volumes you've purchased PDFs for (either individually or through a subscription).


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Companion, Roleplaying Game Subscriber
Chris Lambertz wrote:
Drogon wrote:
That's pretty shiny. Do you plan on doing this for other APs?

We are working to have this available for older APs as we are able. No dates are currently available, however.

Mr. Swagger wrote:
Just to be clear I only have to redownload Carrion Crown to get the pdf's with the interactive maps?
Correct. If you've already got the Carrion Crown AP PDFs in your downloads, they now have an accompanying Interactive Map file in each AP volume's PDF download. Note that this is only for volumes you've purchased PDFs for (either individually or through a subscription).

Wicked! I do most of my campaign prep on my laptop so this will make everything so much easier. Feldgrau is gonna be a blast this weekend!


Going to get my maps, thanks. :)


What is the difference between the GM(grid/no grid) button and the player(grid/no grid button)?

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Mr. Swagger wrote:
What is the difference between the GM(grid/no grid) button and the player(grid/no grid button)?

Basically, the GM View shows secret doors/traps and secret areas. The Player View shows what a player would see prior to rolls/discovery of secret doors/traps (and masks secret areas).


I am confused by the comment "...presented at the exact same scale". Can you please clarify? Will these maps print up at the exact same scale as seen in the book (miniature)? Or can they be print at the 1x1 inch squares for actual use at the game table? If the later, I will purchase. Thank you.

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englishteacherdrew wrote:
I am confused by the comment "...presented at the exact same scale". Can you please clarify? Will these maps print up at the exact same scale as seen in the book (miniature)? Or can they be print at the 1x1 inch squares for actual use at the game table? If the later, I will purchase. Thank you.

By the "exact same scale", it indicates that the resolution and size of the map is exactly the same as what you would get out of the Adventure Path PDF.


Noticed a bit of a problem with at least one of the maps.

The Map of Hergstag from Trial of the Beast - even when you turn off Map Tags there's still a blue highlight/aura around all the buildings that had blue-text tags next to them.

Makes the map not that suitable to give to PCs if they know can tell there's something special about those houses.


Right now I am running Rise of the Runelords with one group, but I am hoping that my other group is going to be wrapping up the current campaign early next year and I'll be able to talk them into letting me run Carrion Crown.

I'd love to have these maps, but I have to repeat Drew's question in a new way and hope that I can uncover some utility in these maps.

The main reason I want them is so I can print them out and use them as battlemaps. Is there a good way to figure out how to print the maps at the scale of a one inch grid?

I'll buy the set of maps if I can blow up the maps to a size useful for tabletop gaming, but I have to admit that if it isn't feasible then they aren't as much use to me.

The blue aura might not be so bad, even if it is a little bit "quest marker" for most games. If that has been fixed it would be nice to know too.


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Check out this post about PosteRazor.

You can also do it the old-fashioned, labor-intensive way by cropping grids of 8 squares by 11 squares in Paint and printing them at full-page size (assuming 8-1/2 x 11 paper).


That is pretty neat, but I'm thinking printing directly onto something like a 24" roll of paper.

Still not sure how to get a book sized pdf file big enough to be a battle map scale grid (other than the printing part. I'm solid on that, just converting an image to the right % enlargement is what I'm working on) but I'll keep looking through the other thread just to be sure.


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Measure the size of the squares in the book and see what percentage you have to multiply it by to get up to one inch per side?

A word of caution: the maps will be pixelly when blown up and not as pretty and clear as they are in the books. They aren't made at full-scale and then reduced but are at full-scale already as printed, so when they're enlarged, they get fuzzy. I still find them aesthetically preferable to me trying to copy them off onto a battlemap, but if you're expecting exactly what you see in the PDF, only bigger, you'll be disappointed.


Is this what I would need if I plan to run this Adventure Path and require maps/tiles/sheets? I assume there's no hard copy of these to buy?
I'm assuming it's because of the AMOUNT of dungeon maps needed, but I'm a little surprised that there isn't a readily available hard copy of the maps in these APs.

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Sausageman wrote:

Is this what I would need if I plan to run this Adventure Path and require maps/tiles/sheets? I assume there's no hard copy of these to buy?

I'm assuming it's because of the AMOUNT of dungeon maps needed, but I'm a little surprised that there isn't a readily available hard copy of the maps in these APs.

The maps included in the Carrion Crown Interactive Maps PDF are the printed maps found throughout the Carrion Crown Adventure Path volumes. There is also the Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Carrion Crown Map Folio, which contains maps of the general areas covered in the Adventure Path. The Map Folio products used to contain specific maps from the adventure, but the switch was made to make them more befitting of the Campaign Setting line of products. The Interactive Maps are a digital-only product at this point. The process of printing variations of the Adventure Path maps in these is not possible within Paizo's production process.


I'm running a Carrion Crown VTT game and would like to know if these maps are high enough quality to be used in a VTT game. I found the maps in the books/pdf are not high enough quality to be copied and pasted directly from the printed materials. I often have to re-create the maps myself, but this would save A LOT of time.

Grand Lodge

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Entola wrote:
I'm running a Carrion Crown VTT game and would like to know if these maps are high enough quality to be used in a VTT game. I found the maps in the books/pdf are not high enough quality to be copied and pasted directly from the printed materials. I often have to re-create the maps myself, but this would save A LOT of time.

They are the same size/resolution as in the pdf. However, they have the option to not show grids, map keys, secret doors, etc.

Sovereign Court

I was wondering if anyone knew how big to print the harrowstone map to be large enough to use as a playmat for standard 28mm minis?

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