0one's Black & White: Heavenring Village—Temple and School PDF

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Welcome to Heavenring Village, the largest village ever tiled!

Heavenring Village contains 11 buildings, 101 rooms, 8 different zones (each one featured in a single product) and it’s broken into 225 customizable tiles.

This is the Temple and School, #3 of 8 products forming Heavenring Village. Temple and School contains a referee map and 28 customizable tiles.

If you want to buy all the products at once—plus extra material—please head to The Heavenring Village Virtual Boxed Set.

This product line brings you simple tiles for your favorite RPGs. In each product you will find a whole fantasy location fully fleshed out in miniature-scale tiles with 0one's usual top-notch customization capabilities. The B&W maps are simple, line-art battlemaps you can customize to suit your needs and then print. These tiles are accurate, detailed, inexpensive, and not ink-eaters.

    In each Black & White product you’ll find:
  • A Referee map detailing a fantasy location
  • The location broken into US Letter sheets in miniatures scale (each sheet contains an 8x10-inch tile)
  • A short description of each area of the location with suggested plots

Rule the Dungeon: This 0one-exclusive feature allows you to customize the look of your map by adding the furniture, toggling the grid, hiding the room numbers, and much more. On the Referee Map, you will find a big “Rule the Dungeon” button. Clicking this button will present some options to you, with a checkmark appearing beside the active options. Available options vary by product; below is a list of the most common options included in Oone's Black & White products.

  • Text: toggle room numbers and tile numbers
  • Tiling: toggle the page tiling (Referee Map only)
  • Furniture: toggle furniture
  • Doors: toggle doors
  • Square Grid: toggle square grid
  • Hex Grid: toggle hexagonal grid
  • Hex Grid 1 inch: toggle hexagonal grid, 1 inch
  • No Grid: turn off the grid
  • Black Fill: toggle the black in the walls
  • Grey Fill: toggle the grey fill in the wall
  • No Fill: toggle the white fill in the walls
  • All: toggle default state/empty state (with just the walls)
    Other Features:
  • Vector Graphics: always get maximum print resolution
  • Fully Bookmarked
  • Enhanced Navigation and Printing: Clicking on the Referee Map gives you choices for navigation and printing

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An RPG Resource Review


Lucky Heavenring Village (or wherever you choose to site this), they have a temple with resident priest who teaches school for the local youngsters as well. This mapset comprises two buildings: the actual temple and a combined priest's house and school. Both come with excellent detail that make it easy to find uses for them in your game.

The temple is a large airy building with plenty of space for worshippers in a conventional layout with rows of seats facing a raised altar area. Mostly circular, this is stated to be a dome with an overhead skylight to illuminate the worship area. There's a small vestry for the priest, whilst to one side in the worship area there is an organ and on the other side some shrines. The deity is left unspecified, so you can pick one from your campaign world who appreciates this style of worship.

The other building is nearly as large, with the biggest room given over to a conventionally-laid out classroom with rows of desks facing the teacher's table which is on a semi-circular dais. There is an entryway/waiting room and a bedroom for a servant or assistant as well in the school part of the building which is separate from the priest's quarters in the rest of it. The premises also boast a fenced garden which the pupils can use during recess.

The priest's residence looks comfortable, wrapped around the schoolhouse with several doors to the exterior. It consists of a foyer, library, shrine, dining room, bedroom and bathroom (complete with tub and water closet). The dining room boasts a conversation group round the fireplace and a desk as well as the dining table... but where the poor priest prepares and cooks his food is anyone's guess, there are no kitchen facilities!

The usual technical wizardry displayed by 0one Games makes the PDF easy to use and somewhat customisable - you can choose a square grid, hex grid or no grid at all, and display furniature and doors or not as you please - making this a useful addition to your collection if you need a place of worship or a schoolhouse.

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