Whether your players are solving the mystery of vanished village residents, searching for clues to a generations-old crime, or driving out invaders so settlers can return, impatient visitors don't want to wait for a Game Master to draw every hole in the roof. This Pathfinder Map Pack provides beautifully illustrated 5" × 8" map tiles that can be used to construct a variety of village ruins. Inside, you'll find 18 richly crafted map tiles, with features like:
Game Masters shouldn't waste their time sketching maps whenever characters decide to visit an abandoned hamlet. With Pathfinder Map Pack: Ruined Village, you'll always be ready to take your players into the too-quiet walls of former residences—and face the horrors within!
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I’ve used the Ruined Village Map Pack in a couple of scenarios now. I think it offers a nice array of detailed locations that all fit on the theme of an abandoned village. There’s a nice little cemetery (I’m surprised Paizo hasn’t made flip-mats for graveyards, considering how often adventurers go to them), a weed-choked fountain, and several houses and buildings of various sizes with broken furniture, cracked flooring, and debris everywhere. It’s definitely much more interesting and evocative than someone could draw with a marker. Most of the tiles could fit together to make one large village, with the exception being the two broken bridge spans crossing a river. I can envision a lot of uses for this Map Pack: a campsite the PCs come across just at sunset, an old hermit’s hut, a bandit hideout, a ghost-infested ruin, or even just an ordinary village that has fallen on (really) hard times. Its versatility and design quality makes it a solid product worth purchasing.