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Save Vs. Cave: Blood Shrine

Save Vs. Cave: Blood Shrine

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Seven large map sections (30x30 grid squares) eight smaller map sections (15x15 grid square) of a blood soaked shrine intend for use with virtual tabletops.  Usable by themselves or fit together to form sprawling complexes. Great for underground vampire empires, evil blood magic cults, or a very unlikely red paint producing sect of evil monks.

Download is a ZIP file containing images in a JPG for solid images or PNG format for those with clear or translucent backgrounds.

Maps are for personal non commercial use only.  Resale in whole or part regardless of modification is forbidden.  Happy gaming!

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Victoria M February 12, 2019 1:53 am UTC
Hello! It says this is a pdf. Is that correct, or does it have the individual images of the maps, or image tiles we can use to build our own maps too? Thanks for your help :)
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Derek A June 20, 2018 9:32 pm UTC
Hey Gabriel! I'm a huge fan of your tilesets and I've bought a bunch of them between here and Roll20. I was wondering if you have any tilesets that feature certain decorations like a suit of armor like you might see on display in a castle. I'd also love to see a Castle Mapper like your Vile Tiles: Dungeon Mapper set. Not sure if you're open to suggestions but just wanted to offer some things I'd like to see (and would happily pay for).
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This title was added to our catalog on August 24, 2017.