Asen Stoyanov’s custom-made sewer map is so large that it spills over the edge of the table.

The damp tunnels are masterfully pieced together using almost the entirety of my sewer assets and map tiles, with a few trap tokens thrown in for good measure. The result is this deadly maze, a delight to players and a horror to player characters!

It was a very fun night. My poor first-time players ended up stumbling into many traps, facing a menacing crocodile, surprised by a mimic and ambushed by a small hoard of rat-people. They were inspired enough, however, to come up with creative solutions and pushed passed everything I threw at them. I don’t believe they will ever want to explore the sewers in the ruined district of Neverwinter again. Thank you for making this possible!

— Asen Stoyanov

Thank you for submitting this spectacular map to the Community Gallery, Ansen! It’s been a pleasure to look around, and I know it will be enjoyed by others here. 🙂

You can download “The Sewer” battle map here, and you can find the building blocks that Ansen used below. We hope you will enjoy!

If you have any photos, screenshots, or custom maps that you would like to share, please reach out to me! You can email me at 2minutetabletop {at} gmail {dot} com, or you can find me on social media…


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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: August 3, 2020

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