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An standing stone draws the curiosity of adventurers passing through… Right into a deadly snare.

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Though not obvious at first, Connor Johnston designed this as an encounter map specifically for their 9×9 Sinister Spider encounter assets! (Coming soon!)

In-fact, each Sinister Woodland map variant comes with a version showing an open trapdoor and reaching silvery webs; a version which you can switch to as soon as your spider is ready to spring its trap!

The map itself is 44×32 and offers plenty of space to maneuver for a colossal spider and its wily prey. That said, the base maps are also wonderful on their own, sans-trapdoor and sans-webs! Perhaps it is just a standing stone in the woods after all.

I’m curious to know what sort of features you would add to such an encounter, so please share your ideas below. 🙂

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You can download the digital files below, where you’ll also get an opportunity to support us. Thank you! It’s thanks to you that we can keep making these maps and assets. 🙂

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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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