Have a Wilderness adventure

By Polar_Bear
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Apr 1st, 2014
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Heroic Maps sends your little mans on a wilderness adventure with their new terrain map.

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From the release:

Between the shining cities of the coast; between the villages and castles of the land; between the mines of the dwarves and the lairs of the trolls – there is Wilderness.

Every party of adventurers travels through wilderness at some point. The Wilderness geomorphic set from Heroic Maps contains 12 10×10 battlemaps that can be arranged in thousands of combinations to make unique and exciting wilderness maps.

Wilderness is a printable battlemap compatible with any RPG/Dungeon-Crawl game. It can be used as a standalone gameboard, or combined with any same-scale tileset.

Wilderness is a geomorphic set, comprising 12 10×10 square battlemaps which can be arranged in multiple layouts. The set includes features such as rocky outcrops, marshy pools, copses of trees and moorland.

Also included is a set of 300dpi full size jpgs, for poster printing or VTT, in both gridded and non-gridded versions. (n.b. gridless version only available as full jpeg).

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  • surprize

    I’m not really sure “geomorphic” is the right word in this context. Certainly a “geomorphic map” is not really a thing, and even if it was it wouldn’t be pretty (to the layman anyway!) it would probably be divided into categories like a geological map, showing delineations of different landforms. I think these are “terrain maps”. It’s all about the semantics people.

    (I tell you this snippet, not merely as a massive pedant, but as the holder of a phd in fluvial geomorphology and a member of the british society of geomorphology – who to be fair would probably let anyone in, but that’s hardly the point)

  • Hi surprize,

    We’re using the term ‘Geomorph’ in the D&D rpg sense – not the geological sense.

    I too have a ‘geo’ related degree (MSc in Geological Sciences) and so I fully support your pedantry, and see the beauty of a Geological map 🙂

    • Soulfinger

      This is quite possibly the best exchange ever made on this site. Hats off to you both.

  • Lexthilian

    Or it could be an April fool’s joke.