We’ve already been treated to one million square feet of RPG battle maps and then one million square feet of volcanic island battle maps from cartographer Zatnikotel (aka Lez Johnson).
Now we have 1 million more as The One Million: Dungeon Dimensions series has just gone live, for free, on Deviant Art.
The name is misleading, though, this time around Zatnikotel has created an incredible 2.25 million square feet for your D&D, Pathfinder or Savage Worlds, etc, heroes to explore.
The battle maps are all individually created by Zatnikotel and designed to lineup perfectly to create a thematically consistent and spectacularly huge battle map. You can have this ready on your favourite virtual tabletop or print them off for your players to place their PC minis on.
Each inch of the map represents 5-feet of the gameplay area, and there are gridded or non-gridded versions of each tile, as per your tastes.
While the maps are entirely free, I want to point out that Zatnikotel has a ko-fi page where you can donate just enough cash to buy a cup of coffee as a thank you. I plan on doing just that.
You can access Dungeon Dimensions and begin downloading from here.
What do you think? Measured observations are welcome and you can leave them in the comment section below.