Pathfinder Flip-Mat: City Sites Multi-Pack

Pathfinder Flip-Mat: City Sites Multi-Pack

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Whether your players are just arriving in town, heading out for some shopping, carousing at a local tavern, or fighting for their lives in the back alleys, Pathfinder Flip-Mat: City Sites Multi-Pack has you covered. This set's four sides each feature a different city location where mayhem and trouble is likely to break out. Whether you need a bustling marketplace, a popular tavern, a twisting tangle of alleys in the worst part of town, or a busy urban waterfront, you'll find a suitable map in this pack.

This set includes two flip mats, each measuring 24" x 30" unfolded, and 8" x 10" folded. A Flip-Mat's coated surface can handle any dry erase, wet erase, or even permanent marker. Usable by experienced GMs and novices alike, Pathfinder Flip-Mats fit perfectly into any Game Master's arsenal!

ISBN-13: 978-1-64078-302-7

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Dark Archive

This is great idea and should cover the basic outdoor locations found in every city.

I like the thoughts behind this and will very likely buy this.

Dark Archive

It looks like the two sides pictured in the middle connect.
Are they on two different mats?

This set looks all-around great - thanks for making this!


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Marco Massoudi wrote:

It looks like the two sides pictured in the middle connect.

Are they on two different mats?

This set looks all-around great - thanks for making this!

I did some copy and pasting. The two middle ones almost line up, but not quite. The canal lines up, but the house and tower at the top are off by one square.

Also, the 4th map almost lines up with the second map. Place the 4th above the 2nd and everything but the stairway lines up.

Just like the potential alignment of these maps, this project just missed the mark for me.

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Swiftbrook wrote:


I did some copy and pasting. The two middle ones almost line up, but not quite. The canal lines up, but the house and tower at the top are off by one square.

Also, the 4th map almost lines up with the second map. Place the 4th above the 2nd and everything but the stairway lines up.

Just like the potential alignment of these maps, this project just missed the mark for me.

I couldn't believe what you said so I checked it myself, and you are 100% correct. How annoying is that? I mean, really, it won't matter much in actual play, but what a sloppy job with the artwork. How did someone not catch this if they were supposed to line up? Not like it would have been hard to fix, just move the edge building up a square and the stairway over a square. What a bummer.


I just got this multi pack in the mail and the comments are correct. The maps miss lining up and connecting by ONE SQUARE in at least three positions. I got discouraged a gave up on trying to match edges. What a freaking bummer.


Not matching these easily created links are just missed opportunities of brilliance. As we play and use these maps, we see all types of simple little tweeks that would make the line brilliant between the flipmat and mappacks used to link and overly each other. At least the artwork is consistent and not glaring differences between the maps that provide some pleasing continuity. However, as I said, missed opportunities.

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