My first shot at an isometric battle map: a happy little bridge!
I’m sure there’s a reason isometric battle maps aren’t a common sight, but I wanted to try my hand at it anyway. I’ll play test it the first opportunity I get, and let you all know how it goes!
Bridges anywhere, and especially isolated ones such as this, are the perfect place for bandits and trolls do their thing. Let us know what other encounter ideas you have in the comments!
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