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Monday Terrain Corner

It's Monday. And, to be honest, it was a not-at-all-gaming-related weekend for me. Sometimes you gotta take a break, y'know? For me, that included hanging out at home and watching Lost in Vegas. I came across their YouTube channel early last week and have just been going through their back catalog. I love their Free Thinkers motto. Even things you aren't used to, you should give it a shot. And if you don't like something, you can still express your opinion in a way that doesn't degrade or belittle those that do like it. And you can still see value in things that you might not like. Just awesome, all around. So, if you wanna check 'em out, that's what I was doing when I wasn't doing gaming. But gaming is what we've got here today, and that includes making your gaming table look good.

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Heroic Maps Releases Geomorphs: Basic Cave and LaserCutCard Previews New Containers.

Heroic Maps Releases Geomorphs: Basic Cave

Basic Cave

"Do you think this fungus is edible?

Last words of Uti , Level 1 Warlock

Geomorphs - Basic Cave is a printable dungeon floorplan compatible with any RPG/Dungeon-Crawl game. It can be used as a standalone gameboard, or combined with any same-scale tileset.

Basic Cave is a geomorphic set, comprising 14 10x10 square battlemaps and 7 5x10 rectangular end-piece battlemaps which can be arranged in multiple layouts. The tiles depict a winding subterranean cavern system, with twisting routes, pools, fungus, crystals, height changes and obstacles. The set can be arranged in millions of combinations, providing almost unlimited exploration and use!

Gridded and gridless versions
Tiles spread across A4 pages 300dpi for home printing
300dpi full jpegs
72dpi 140px VTT ready jpegs

LaserCutCard Previews New Containers

The two new containers are both 2" x 2" x 4". Here they are side by side