The most potent defense of its period, the Castle Keep map.
Containing important people, precious artifacts, or both, this keep is understandably well-defended. The middle floor layer can be duplicated to build any number of floors, and the wall tiles contained in the ZIP can be used to customize them as you please. Couple it with our other Castle tilesets and you can create your own D&D keep map from the ground up!
For now it’s an unfurnished husk, but that will change when I complete my next project: a castle-themed furniture pack…
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Love your work, just a suggestion.
The windows (shutters, arrow loops) should cover the entrance, just like the gatehouse you drew. Twist your windows 45 degrees.
Ground floors had no windows an attacker could climb through. I’m the sort of DM who prepare murdering my adventures in detail, just like a strong point’s true purpose.