Welcome to the Jungle!
New Pathfinder Flip-Mat available!
Venture into the strange and beautiful mysteries of the wild with Pathfinder Flip-Mat: Forbidden Jungle. Each side of the Flip-Mat features discoveries for adventurers that might spell their salvation—or their doom. One side displays a twisting river canyon bridged only by fallen trees, while the other is a seemingly quiet village on a bare plateau. This portable, affordable map measures 24" × 30" unfolded, and 8" × 10" folded.
Take a look at other recent Flip-Mat and Map-Pack products recently released, like Flip-Mat: Mythos Dungeon and Map Pack: Armada. You'll probably want some miniatures to go with those new maps, right? We've got plenty of great options from our Pathfinder Battles line, like the great new Deep Cuts unpainted miniatures. Reaper Miniatures has a ton of great Pathfinder miniatures available as well.
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