This is the first in what I'd like to make a regular entry into the maps that I make here. I've heard from a lot of you, and taken polls in an effort to make sure I provide useful, quality assets that see use in your games. Lots of people love the Build-Your-Own kits that let them make their own maps, and I love those too. Others prefer the full setpiece maps, that don't require assembly, and I also understand that. The reason I started sharing maps in the first place is that I know how time-consuming it can be to prep for a game.
What everyone agrees on is that maps that fill in the gaps in adventures, that aren't overly specific or niche, are the most useful.
I've been thinking a lot about how to get the best of both worlds: assets that can be customized to fit a session, but look good and don't take long to put together. As an experiment, I started creating these, hexagonal tiles that are individually dressed and lit to look good, but can be easily slapped together mid-session to create a full map, without having to position each and every png into position.
I'm super happy with the results, and I really hope you all will agree and be excited about the convenience a full library of these sorts of tiles, and the sheer amount of possibilities they can bring to a DM doing things on the fly.
So, here they are, 8 seamless tiles for your next adventure. PNG files of the individual assets will be provided as a patron perk in the next post.
Lots of love,