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A patch of mundane wilderness, and a curious ridge. My first two road tiles!


Roadside Rise & Wilderness Battle Maps

 

These two tiles are deliberately mundane, in order to service as ordinary links and extenders for the more interesting tiles to come, such as campsites, caravans, roadblocks, and other random encounters.

That said, everyday sites like these can be especially surprising ambush sites! These bushes, rocks and ridges are a good excuse for an encounter with some stealthy nasties.

Leave me your roadside encounter requests in the comments below!

 

Roadside Rise & Wilderness Battle Maps AT NIGHT

 

Patrons also gain access to these chilling nighttime versions, perfect for an after-dark camp attack!

 

Creative Commons LicenseThis work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License, thanks to our generous supporters. If you would like to use this map commercially, please contact me 🙂


These roadside tiles are FREE thanks to Patreon supporters such as:

Brandon Karratti @karratti, Jackobi Forsyth, Tad Bumcrot, Dominic Wenger, Joel McKinnon @joeliemckinnon, Neale Genereux, Michael Reading, Charles Harris, Tyrian @its_tyrian, RoninDude, Camnon, Zyoko Hawkein, Amanda Fensch, Julien Therrien, Glenn, Simon Lawes, Brittany Cole, Jelle, Ashfall Art @Ashfall_Art, Nicholas O’Sullivan, and all my other wonderful Patrons!


 

 

 

About the author

Ross McConnell

DM, aspiring artist, and founder of 2-Minute Tabletop! I love drawing, writing, and worldbuilding, and this is the website where all of it comes together.

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Published: December 11, 2017
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