Now funded, Atlas is a set of battle maps for your tabletop that use static to keep tokens in place and look great.
This is a new deal, not previously available, and is of interactive PDFs showing medieval villages, castles, sanitariums, temples, zombie-infested islands, as well as the spookier dungeons.
Perhaps you're used to American maps with America in the middle; just build the map that way.
Cartography is a beautiful focal point for any room. It looks fantastic, it's a discussion point, it's a flag of fandom, an icebreaker, a reference, and you will discover new details for months to come.
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.
Over 30 years ago, Dave Arneson created the world that spawned a generation of role playing fans! This core campaign setting is 240 pages and features a full color pull out map of Blackmoor!
Also announced today is The Witchlight Carnival Dice & Miscellany as official Feywild adventure D&D accessories.
As a heads up, these are high-quality images. If you get the whole set, you'll need to find 4.5 GB of space on your hard drive.
Venger's Decks, aka Scott Docherty, has made a free encounter pack available via their Patreon. It's made possible thanks to Patreon, so consider backing.
Justin Andrew Mason is an ENnie award-winning and best-selling RPG author and RPG cartographer.