First, though, a bit of an announcement that has only reached this humble podcaster in the last 48 hours. G*M*S Magazine and the G*M*S Magazine Podcast have been awarded with the Game Genius Gold Awards for the best Game Blog Company and Best Game Podcast.
This adventure from Rite Publishing is 48 pages long, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial and ToC, 1 page SRD and 1 page back cover, leaving 44 pages of content, so let’s check it out!
In tradition with the series of excellent and beautiful maps that has continuously received top ratings from yours truly, the pdf begins with a one-page overview of the map before offering 17 pages of the same map, blown up for use with miniatures in both full colour and grayscale. All the maps come with grids that facilitate using them as combat terrain.
The first offering of RiP’s Lone Tree-imprint offers us the tools to make 3-d paper models to depict our dungeons – which brings me to a point I have to admit: I’m kind of a paper-model nerd and subsequently I love the idea of this series. I’ll nevertheless try to be as unbiased and grumpy as you’ve come to expect me to be.
This new installment of the Fantastic Maps series is 129 pages long, 1 page front cover, 1 page how-to-use the map-pack. First we get a one-page version of the map, after that, we get 63 pages of a blown-up version of the map in full color for use with miniatures and a printer-friendly b/w version of the 63-page miniature map.