As political tensions rose, so did the palisades on the border. Now, travelers must deal with the garrison or find another way across the river…
This battle map was drafted by myself and my buddy Paul using a battle map planning tool called Valheim (by Iron Gate Studio). I’d highly recommend it! It really gets the mind in the right creative space for mapping.
I imagine the River Fort as either a bandit HQ or a military installation; you can either play an “invade the fort” encounter or a “defend the fort” one depending on which you choose. It’s 32×44, so you should have plenty of room to maneuver.
Do any other encounters come to your mind? Please share them below! I’m currently scheming how best to work this into my own campaign, so I’d appreciate the help. 🙂
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Another excellent map! I like the size of this map. Its big enough to have a large battle or assault, but its not scaled so big to be hard to use or upload.
Glad you think so! That’s the line I was trying to balance.
I love the map, but I have a question. Where is the rest of the bridge and the other side? I am afraid that any encounter here would spill over to the other side, or would include someone coming from the other side to cross the river, and have to deal with the fort. So, why isn’t there an ancillary map of the full bridge, river and some of the other side?
Thanks David! You’re right, a map extension would be very useful. There’s nothing over there yet.