Fantastic Maps: Amphitheater PDF

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Jonathan Roberts cartographer for Kobold Quarterly, The Breaking of Forstor Nagar, and Adventures in the Hyborian Age, presents another Fantastic Map: "Amphitheater."

This multi-page PDF allows you to print out the battlemap at a 1 square=1 inch scale as a letter-format or A4 map and is also available in a printer-friendly light grayscale version, high-resolution JPEGs of the maps with and without grids. The file also contains a MapTool file set up for quick use in a 4E, Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, or any OGL game. The MapTool file requires MapTool 1.3b86 or newer to work.

Created as part of The Breaking of Forstor Nagar project.

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Fantastic Maps: Amphitheater by Rite Publishing

This product is 43 pages long. It starts with a cover and Intro. (2 pages)

Maps (41 pages)
We get one overview map on a single page. Then we get blown up maps in color and black and white for use with mini's. Also coming with it is maps for A4 size printers, maptools and jepgs with and without grids.

It ends with a OGL and Credits. (1 page)

Closing thoughts. By now you likely know the series. It is what it is and either you like them or likely don't. My only critic of this one is it would have been nice the statue and stuff in the amphitheater had a option to remove them before printing. I would have made this product have a much higher re-usability factor then. So what's my rating? I am going to give this one a 4.5 review it is exactly what it claims to do, though it could have been better.

Trust me, I'm a Succubus.

Nice map of an amphitheater, might feel a bit cluttered


This installment of cartography-master Jonathan Robert's Fantastic Maps brings us an amphitheatre. The basic pdf is 43 pages long, 1 page front cover, 1 page how to use, leaving 41 pages.

In the tradition of the series, we first get a one-page overview of the map, complete with grids and in full color. The amphitheatre is 5 rows high, f3eatures a warrior's statue (or petrified hero?), a well and what could be either an altar, a podium or even *gasp* a dread gazebo!
20 pages are devoted to a blown-up full-color version of the map with grids to use with miniatures, while the next 20 pages belong to the b/w-version of the map.

Everybody who knows the series, knows that that's not everything, though:In the archive, we also get an A4-version of the map for Europeans like yours truly, maptool files, high res jpegs with and without grid and the same for MACOSX.

The artwork of Jonathan Robert's maps is awesome and this is no different. While the cover may lead you to think that the map has the BoFN-style blue-tinge, I can assure you that it's more like a blueish grey and definitely could be ice, but doesn't have to be, which is nice, as it adds to the versatility of the map. The statue, podium and rows of seats add to the possibilities the map offers for adventurers. I would have loved to have them removable, though: Sometimes you want an empty amphitheatre. Due to this feature not being here and the potential to perceive this map as a bit cluttered, I'll settle for a final verdict of 4 stars: Great map, could be better if there was some way to hide the statue etc.

Endzeitgeist out.

Thanks for getting this up liz

Reviewed here, on DTRPG and sent to GMS magazine. Cheers!

Thanks Thilo!

Nice review, D_M!

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