You follow the narrow trail along the edge of a lively stream. A short distance ahead there is a crossroads, and a clearly-sabotaged footbridge. Suddenly, a rustle. A number of wild-eyed men appear out of the long grass, grinning like foxes and blades glinting… Has this happened before?

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This battle map is my large-scale (44×32″) remaster of the very first map I ever released on 2-Minute Tabletop way back in 2015, the Autumn Stream. For me, these two maps are now like milestones along a very long journey! 

I feel like I’ve smoothed a lot of rough edges in my art style along the way, and I am glad for the new techniques I have also learned. It’s emboldened me to strive for ever-greater heights. I’m excited to tackle this map again in another 6 years! 😉

How will you utilize the Timber Brook battle map? I’ve drawn a lovely little campground in the bottom-right especially for your party. Will they be ambushed in the night? Surprised in the morning? Suffer an excruciatingly boring sleep without interruption? Please share your ideas with everyone below! 🙂

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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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