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Black Scrolls Map-Tiles

Black Scrolls Map-Tiles

Wednesday 16 June 2021
In June 2021 we presented the Black Scrolls Modular Map-Tiles Bundle featuring beautiful full-color digital battlemat tiles created by Hungarian graphic artist Antal Kéninger of Black Scrolls Games. Funded in a November 2017 Kickstarter campaign, the mix-and-match tiles in the Cities of the Black Scrolls series depict medieval city and village buildings, castle and fortress walls, inns and arenas, cathedral aisles and dungeon crypts. Print these modular .PDFs and assemble them into gorgeous battle sites for your game table, or import the digital .JPG and .PNG images into your favorite virtual tabletop like Roll20, Foundry VTT, or Fantasy Grounds.

Each Black Scrolls set includes dozens of digital tiles. Many outdoor scenes have day and night versions; many room tiles are provided both empty and furnished. Each set includes “cutout” props and accessories like tents, doors, gates, and dungeon traps. With the hundreds of tiles in this bargain-priced offer, you can build any inn, village, castle, fortress, or dungeon on the spot, and expand it by just placing another tile.

Note: These high-quality Black Scrolls image sets were the largest files we’ve ever presented. Each set is hundreds of megabytes in size, and the whole bundle measures 4.5 gigabytes. Clear space on your hard drive!

There were three titles in our Village Collection (retail value $25) as DRM-free .PDFs and .JPG image files, including Medieval Fantasy Village, Modular Inn, and Cemetery.

Those who paid more than the threshold (average) price also got our entire City Collection with six more titles worth an additional $50, including City (plus the free City and Fortress Transition Tiles), Fortress, Castle, Moat and River, Cathedral, and Dark Crypts.

Ten percent of each payment (after gateway fees) went to this offer’s pandemic-related charity, Direct Relief. Direct Relief gets protective gear and critical care medications to health workers, with emergency deliveries to medical facilities across the US and to regional response agencies across the world.