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Seafoot Games - The Ruined Tower of Trackless Fens (40x40 Battlemap)


The Ruined Tower of Trackless Fens

The ruins of this tower loom above; stretching out over the dark, misty swamp known as the Trackless Fens. Dense, and filled with many ancient treasures, to leave the path in this land may well mean your death...


A 40x40 battlemap, compatible with any role-play game, and VTTs such as Roll20.

What You Will Receive: A 4000x4000 pixel battlemap, at 72dpi, both with and without grids, of this ruined fortress within the Trackless Fens.

Please note that this map is JPEG format.

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...The Trackless Fens were not always so.

Once, long ago, dwarves built a great dam, high up in the surrounding mountains. It brought great prosperity to the now-dry lands below, which became a kingdom in their own right. However, as is the nature of time, all things are impermanent—a great king rose and fell, and with him, his country.

Like a wound, sick and untreated, the great dam the dwarves had once built fell into despair, and crumbled—condemning the surrounding lowlands to be flooded once more, and destroying so many cherished things, which love had built.

This tower, like so many others, is one of the remnants of that lost time, soon to be forgotten. Perhaps, within it, you’ll find the remains of a doll, once beloved of a child—or the laboratory of an astronomer—her father—for it was where he once worked...

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File Last Updated:
May 11, 2018
This title was added to our catalog on May 14, 2018.