0one have a collection of blueprint themed battlemaps in the Bundle of Holding.
Meletis is a city Magic: The Gathering and now D&D setting of Theros.
Conan author Robert E. Howard envisioned the realm as a post-Atlantean, and Hyboria is a contraction of the Greek "Hyperborea", which means "Beyond the North Wind". The Hyborian Age followed the Thurian Age.
Not just basic details like you'd find in most random encounter tables, these cards are buzzing with hooks, conflicts, resolutions and twists to bring every encounter to life!
Loke's artography looks tremendous, and by putting card maps in a humble ring-bound book, the company makes sure the designs lay flat on tabletops and that plans can be pushed together to form all sorts of larger structures.
This year, it was a tie with Stephen Thompson's "Canal City Heist" and p. Aaron Potter's "The Riven Tower" taking the highest scores.
The Krynn map covers the continent of Ansalon, with locations like elven-stronghold of Silvanesti, high plains of Palanthus, Sancrist Isle and the realms of the minotaurs.
This cartographer produces dozens of maps for free. The latest is an in-game 1 million square feet of forest battle maps.
Guy Sclanders, the host of YouTuBe series How To Be A Great Game Master, has teamed up with Dungeon Fog to bring a book battlemaps to Kickstarter.
You can print the colour maps out for actual tabletop use or use them in virtual tabletops to help visualise the battles your PCs take part in.