Maps of Mastery—Forsaken Lands: Swamp Caves & Desert Sanctum
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The Desert Sanctum is a site of immense power and mystery, nearly lost in the sands of time. Toppled statuary and enigmatic obelisks lend an air of antiquity to this ancient, shielded hall.
This 22-inch by 34-inch map, originally seen in print on the first Forsaken Lands poster, is based on a 1-inch grid for miniatures games. Included are versions with and without colored terrain indicator lines, a variant map featuring a sealed pit and a stronger fantasy theme, and an 8-inch square map tile that can be used to add more treasure to the original.
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