This set consists of a baker, jeweler, tavern, potion maker, stables, glass blower, merchant, and smith. The maps are fully three-dimensional. This means that although the maps are detailed, quite a bit of space is taken up by the walls. Since you’re presumably using these maps for miniatures, navigating the walls can be a challenge. Each of the maps are somewhat grainy representations of computer-rendered rooms with bright, contrasting colors. Lighting is used generously – some rooms have shadowy illumination, others are brightly lit.
Unlike other tile sets, these tiles are extremely detailed, down to utensils on the table and debris on the floor. Most of the maps are a single page with the exception of the stables. Of all the maps, the small warehouse, tavern, and stables will probably see the most use. I just don’t see a lot of combat taking place in a glass blower’s shop – not long enough to justify a map with miniatures anyway. This set of maps work better as complete encounters than a generic tile set. If you’re anticipating a battle with a baker, jeweler, or glass blower…this tile set will do nicely.
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