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4 Fantasy exterior maps 48x48 for Roll 20

4 Fantasy exterior maps 48x48 for Roll 20

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4 Fantasy exterior maps for your roll 20 or Vtt games.

-Dragon tower 48x48 high and low res with and without grids

-Death road part I 48x48 high and low res with and without grids also mergable with the death road part II for a 48x96 gigantic map !!! you can also use each of them as a standalone product.

-Death road part II 48x48 high and low res with and without grids also mergable with the death road part II for a 48x96 gigantic map !!! you can also use each of them as a standalone product.

-City rooftops a 48x30 map with day and night version with and without grids but only in low resolution for roll 20.

Each of the maps can be printed out with superb quality except for the city rooftops.

The previews here are in super low resolution, the real product displays an amzaing image quality.

death road part I

death road part II

dragon tower

rootop day

rooftop night

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James L April 30, 2021 7:41 pm UTC
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Why in the world are the VTT maps of Death Road at a different scale than the full maps?? That would make the wagon ~28 feet long on a 5 foot grid. If that's supposed to be like a 2 foot grid or something, then you DEFINITELY need to call that out, as that is not the standard. If I do the math it says that the scale would be 2.1875 feet per square, so I'm not real sure WHAT is going on here. The math doesn't work for meters, either. I'm going to just use the non-gridded version and tell my VTT software that it's a 21x21 5 foot grid, but other people will need to know the correct scale, at the least.

Actually, now that I take a closer look, all of these maps in these two 'Exterior' packs have some funny stuff going on with the grid scale. Could you kindly post a blurb about what the intent was?? Thanks so much!
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