We’ve looked at Loke battle mats before on Geek Native; the offline, big book sci-fi type that makes use of a simple spiral binder so that their pages lay flat.
The chances are, though, that if you’re using virtual tabletop software like Fantasy Grounds, Astral or Roll20 that you might be interested in digital bundles so can use them there.
Loke has a huge bundle of 12 battle mats you can download for free. It’s a care package for those of us stuck at home.
These digital maps usually cost around $12 in total, that’s between $1 and $2 a download.
There’s an encounter map for Airship Ajax, an arcane circle, a cargo deck, a city tavern, an underground dungeon chasm, ruins, the insider of a shuttle, a siege emplacement, a stone bridge, library and sailing ship and even town streets.
That’s a refreshingly cosmopolitan mix.
Need? You can download them here.
Are you a digital battle map user and which virtual tabletop do you recommend?