In May, the British gamer Zatnikotel challenged himself to draw an impressive one million square feet of battle maps. He did just that with this incredible map collection and have Astral, Roll20 and Fantasy Ground users reasons to rejoice.
Now, he’s done it again.
The One Million Island
This impressive cartography collection is a whole island for your players to explore. There’s a volcano complete with dangerous streams of lava, ruins, temples, bridges and even an encampment hidden away.
You can find the whole collection here.
The system works as before. There are 16 downloads, and each one gives you a 50×50-inch square. These are arranged together into a square, making our deadly island, and with each inch representing the traditional five feet in tabletop gaming space you’ve a million feet of island.
It’s a good time to get access to use a huge collection of island map if you’re following along with Wizards of the Coast’s publishing as the latest adventure collection is the nautical themed Ghosts of Saltmarsh.
Putting the island together
A1: Volcano, A2: Dead Wood, A3: Submerged Ruins, A4: Shipwreck Beach
B1: Ponds B2: Ziggurat, B3: Mountain Lake, B4: Ancient Ruins
C1: Jungle Island, C2: River Bend, C3: River Crossing, C4: Jungle Wall
D1: Skull Cliffs, D2: Beach Landing, D3: Waterfall, D4: Native Village
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