These are ring-bound hardback books of tabletop mats that you can write on, wipe clean, sticker and decorate and mix-and-match with others in the set. As the name suggests, this collection adds Castles, Crypts and Caverns.
There’s still a month for backers to get involved, but Kobold Press’ Campaign Builder: Cities & Towns for 5th Edition has already smashed funding goals.
Inkwell Ideas is a creative studio with clever ideas to make your life idea as a gamer, GM or DM easier. That’s not to say good ideas can’t be revisited, expanded on or tweaked, and that’s what’s happening with the fourth DungeonMorphs Kickstarter.
There are plenty of free maps that you can find and use online for your personal games.
There are no cards or markers to cover your table with, but Dragon Drop can still generate an augmented reality battle map and minis for your table.
Infinite Realms is Kickstarter, software designed to work with flat-screen TVs laid face up or with projectors pointing down.
There are also some great looking products coming out next year, with award-winning Loke Battle Mats pushing further into supplements with titles like The Wilderness Book of Battle Matts and Untold Encounters of the Random Kind.
Now funded, Atlas is a set of battle maps for your tabletop that use static to keep tokens in place and look great.
The system procedurally generates entire dungeons and other fantasy landscapes suitable for flatscreen TVs or VTTS. They don’t get into the details, but it is also possible to have physical tiles created and sent to you.
Jessa was able to show some model-enhanced examples of just how handy the large area is. In one, the tundra mat lifts up to also be a backdrop like an approaching blizzard wall.