For one month our Patreon Discord community banded together to create over 100 custom maps, and this is our thank you to them!
Droskar’s Crucible from the Pathfinder adventure Crown of the Kobold King, brought to life by Greg Rava our dungeon-themed map assets and some cardstock.
Three airship maps – with thoroughly detailed Pathfinder stats for each – plus three steampunk weapon assets fit to destroy them, courtesy of BananaDealer.
A band of gnolls joins the token editor library thanks to the efforts of Hammertheshark (@AustinNyfield) with even more to come!
This week’s Community Gallery post contains a single, interesting settlement map. Nestled in the mountains stands the Blackblood Encampment…
Juneau has kindly shared these maps with the Community Gallery, including a detailed town map and a watery cave battle map. Inspiring work!
Bastien Aufrère shares his collection of custom battle maps, with colorful scenes of seas and forests, dungeons and war-torn streets.
Anna shares her tabletop props enhanced with washers and cardboard – materials anyone can employ! Video guide and free maps and assets inside…
Don Garey has kindly shared some snapshots from the series of adventures he has run for his kids, exercising their imaginations and teaching them the virtues of heroic characters!
Devin @ParodyWizard has adapted a floorplan by @DysonLogos and assets by yours-truly into a gorgeously lit dungeon…
First, Ben’s multi-part, custom-lit dungeon made using many of our 2-Minute map assets. Second, his guide on how you can achieve such lighting effects yourself!
This Community Gallery post features Karl’s construction of our Galleon ship battle map. It’s sturdy, 3D, and altogether impressive!
The Japanese Castle battle map has several distinct elevation levels, and Jenni’s foam core construction will help you visualize them.
John from Boston was kind enough to share his spooky Halloween encounter using a mixture of our 2-Minute maps and assets.
Two maps and two ships ready for epic RPG session with old friends. Lots of time, glue & cardboards 😉 Thanks Ross!
@smooth_critical did an amazing job constructing our Papercraft House, and I had to share it here. Very cool stuff!
Matthew Shaker reports that his brave home group were almost overcome by the goblins at this ramshackle settlement!
I’ve been meaning to post this one for a while now! This is a icy encounter by Carlos…
Sean uses our Galleon and Schooner battle maps, paired with @PrintableHeroes’ bandit minis for an exciting encounter at sea!
Using many bits and pieces from 2-Minute Table Top, Meriadoc has created this compelling town on Roll20.
Our friend Paul shares his method for producing high quality old-school prints using our 2-minute buildings.
Patreon supporter Scott E Nash shares his map prints, and how he made them!
Grady from @DnDiceUK shares his photo of a pirate encounter at sea, showing off some 2-Minute ship maps.
Cory Muddiman (@ASaltySasquatch) shares his island-hopping adventure, putting the Island set to great use!
@stuartdraws sets his party against a dragon around the Hungering Pit map, accompanied by paper miniatures from the excellent @TrashMobMinis, @okumarts and @stuartdraws himself!
Jesse put the “2-Minute Table Top” brand to the test when he found himself hastily preparing for an Underdark-themed adventure.
Jake thought up and funded much of the modular buildings set, and kindly sent me this write up of his city-in-progress. He’s got a lot of great tips and an excellent concept, and I’m itching to see the finished product!
David’s been refining his printing process since our last gallery post and has sent me a new batch of gorgeous images.
David recently tweeted me his quality prints of the Blacksmith and Trusty Tavern, and I just had to share them here. Each map is printed at the store and glued to cardboard before being touched up with a black marker around the edges and reinforced with clear tape. If you like David’s style, he keeps a […]
Hi all! I’m finally beginning the Maps In Action gallery, a place where 2-Minute map users can show off their screenshots and photos and I can gain insight into how you are all using them. If YOU have any images of our maps in use, please send them my way! Justin from Guard Frequency has […]
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