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Towns of Ashlar Map Bundle
Towns of Ashlar Map Bundle
Towns of Ashlar Map Bundle
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Towns of Ashlar Map Bundle

All maps by Tommi Salama.

This free download comprises tagged and untagged maps appearing in Town Backdrop: Dulwich and Town Backdrop: Dunstone. These maps are for private, non-commercial use only. 

Check out the other product images to see the tagged versions of both maps included in this free download.

About Dunstone

Dunstone’s granite walls sprawl lazily across a hilltop south of the massive Mottled Spire. In bygone times, monsters sallied from the Mottled Spire’s twisted canyons, their onslaughts only stopped by the brave Dunstonian forces. Now after generations of quiet, the town’s once formidable moat is used by grazing sheep and playing children. The insular community has become peaceful but peace has led the town to become stuck in its old ways. A new ruler seeks to slough of Dunstone’s years of quiet and idleness to usher the town into a new era. Guilds practice their crafts, preparing to send their goods throughout the Duchy of Ashlar. Yet, the Mottled Spire and the environs beyond are never quiet. A vile creature has emerged from Gloamhold’s depths to prey on the unsuspecting townsfolk.

Lean more about Town Backdrop: Dunstone, which is available in 5e, Pathfinder and System Neutral editions. 

About Dulwich

The growing trade town of Dulwich looms over the Great Salt Mire in the Duchy of Ashlar. A veritable torrent of lumber from the nearby forest enriches its citizens’ coffers and emboldens the growing merchant class. Dulwich’s lord, Wido Gall, resists the merchants’ efforts to topple his rule while coveting the nearby village of Longbridge. Both sides seek support from the followers of Conn, hoping to sway the newly appointed and young high priestess. Meanwhile, adventurers flock to the town’s inns and taverns, preparing their own expeditions into the ruins hidden in the nearby Forest of Gray Spires.

Learn more about Town Backdrop: Dulwich, which is available in 5e, Pathfinder and System Neutral editions. 

Print Maps

You can also get a large printed versions of the Town Backdrop: Dunstone and Town Backdrop: Dulwich maps. Just click the links to check them out and choose the perfect size for your wall.

Format & Delivery

This is a digital product. Once you’ve checked out, you will receive a download link for your purchase.


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