Cave map for the first epic-tier battle against the Orc Lord’s minions [Copyright 2016: Pelgrane Press].
One of my largest commission in recent years was a series of maps for Pelgrane Press’ 13th Age role-playing game
. Their Battle Scenes line provides ready-to-play encounters tied to the iconic powers of the Dragon Empire setting, and for the first issue “High Magic & Low Cunning
” I created maps for the Orc Lord, Prince of Thieves and High Druid encounters.
You can grab sneak previews of “Rafting Razoredge Gorge”, the three adventurer-tier Orc Lord encounters and maps from these places on the web:
1. The introduction and Battle 1: Catch of the Day are available from Pelgrane Press directly.
2. Battle 2: Zip-Lines and Wardrums can be download from Six Feats Under.
3. EnWorld has Battle 3: Razordedge Orc Camp
The maps are included in black and white in the book and as hi-res pdfs with the download, but they are also available separately in gorgeous color print in the “Map Folio” for High Magic & Low Cunning.
Where does this stone door in the hillside lead? One thing is certain: It is connected to the Prince of Shadows [Copyright 2016: Pelgrane Press].
And now Pelgrane is working on the second installment in the series: The Crown Commands. I am providing maps for the Lich King series of encounters.
Here is another battle map from our 13th Age game: The Temple of the Sea.
Our heroes traced a series of out of control temple guardians back to the new temple of Poseidon at the docks in Drakkenhall. With the sea rolling in and out of the temple, up to their bellies in the surf (or higher in the case of the gnome), they faced the temple’s high priestess, a sahuagin necromancer and his 4 zombie servants, plus the animated statue of Poseidon in an epic showdown.
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Here is a battle map I created for our current 13th Age fantasy campaign: A large cistern or sewer hall, with wooden walkways leading across the water. It’s about A1 size and should print fine with about 80cm by 60cm poster printing.
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