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New Tokens by Hammertheshark

A band of gnolls joins the token editor library thanks to the efforts of Hammertheshark (@AustinNyfield) with even more to come!

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Brandon’s Blackblood Encampment

This week’s Community Gallery post contains a single, interesting settlement map. Nestled in the mountains stands the Blackblood Encampment…

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Juneau’s Custom Maps

Juneau has kindly shared these maps with the Community Gallery, including a detailed town map and a watery cave battle map. Inspiring work!

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Bastien’s Inspiring Custom Maps

Bastien Aufrère shares his collection of custom battle maps, with colorful scenes of seas and forests, dungeons and war-torn streets.

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Anna’s Cardboard Creations

Anna shares her tabletop props enhanced with washers and cardboard – materials anyone can employ! Video guide and free maps and assets inside…

Don’s Family Adventures

Don Garey has kindly shared some snapshots from the series of adventures he has run for his kids, exercising their imaginations and teaching them the virtues of heroic characters!

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Devin’s Atmospheric Custom Maps

Devin @ParodyWizard has adapted a floorplan by @DysonLogos and assets by yours-truly into a gorgeously lit dungeon…

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How Ben Adds Light and Shadow to His Dungeons

First, Ben’s multi-part, custom-lit dungeon made using many of our 2-Minute map assets. Second, his guide on how you can achieve such lighting effects yourself!

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The 2-Minute Token Editor

The 2-Minute Token Editor is my tool for creating custom tokens for virtual tabletops. It’s fast, easy to use, and works with Roll20 and other VTTs!

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How To Build Your Own Ship Map

In this short and punchy guide I will show you, step by step, how to build your own ship map like the one below. I recorded the process (you will see snippets below) and it took me only eight minutes on my first attempt. And if I can do it, so can you!