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Heroic Maps - Modular Kit: Frozen Dungeon Oath of the Frozen King Tomb

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Modular Kit: Frozen Dungeon- Oath of the Frozen King Tomb


Modular Kit: Frozen Dungeon - Oath of the Frozen King Tomb is a printable dungeon tileset compatible with any RPG/Dungeon-Crawl game. It can be used as a standalone set, or combined with any same-scale tileset.

Modular Kit: Frozen Dungeon Oath of the Frozen King Tomb  comprises 14 different modular tiles, including large rooms and corridors/stairs. The rooms were inspired by the Absolute Tabletop Adventure Kit 'Oath of the Frozen King' and can be used to play the adventures from it.

The tiles can be use as is, or combined with Modular Kit: Frozen Dungeon Corridors to make huge frozen dungeons


Included:
A pdf with 300dpi gridded tiles ready for A4 printing
A set of 300dpi full size png files, for poster printing
A set of 72dpi (140x140px) PNG for Roll20 & other VTTs
Full maps of the entire dungeon (jpeg), 300dpi and 72dpi



This set is compatible with the 2.5D crafting system, a crafting technique for making dungeon tiles more than 2D but not quite 3D. The 2.5D system was created by DM Scotty (Google his forum for tips)
 
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Sample layout below made from a few tiles from Frozen Rooms, and some corridors from Frozen Corridors 

 
Modular Kit: Frozen Dungeon Oath of the Frozen King Tomb- 14 tiles, and can be printed at 28mm and 25mm scale.
 

 This set is compatible with the 2.5D crafting system, a crafting technique for making dungeon tiles more than 2D but not quite 3D. The 2.5D system was created by DM Scotty (Google his forum for tips)

       

Go on an adventure!

      

 
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Andrew C October 22, 2017 6:56 am UTC
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I want to install the tiles into Dungeon Designer (Campaign Cartographer software by Profantasy) as it makes it easy to make maps that way.

For the two PNG files (300dpi and 72dpi) how many pixels are supposed to represent 5ft in length (for 5ft by 5ft squares)?

Is that standard for all your maps at this resolution?

If you can tell me that will save hours of me alot of mucking about figuring it out.

Better yet if the download had them already in the right format it would be even more awesome!
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Joseph B October 22, 2017 11:47 am UTC
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Hi.
The 72dpi files are already sized at 140x140px per 5ft sq. At 300dpi the squares are 332x332px per sq ft. And yes, that's the standard for our maps
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