The Dungeon Books of Battle Mats

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What is it about nasty, creepy, crawly things lurking in dungeons…?! If you’re a Dungeon Master running a tabletop roleplaying game, you need to look at Loke Battle Mats. The Dungeon Books of Mats are an excellent set for creating your own drop-down scene. The Dungeon Books of Battle Mats are a set of two books, which provide modular maps for TTRPGs. You guessed it – they’…
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What is it about nasty, creepy, crawly things lurking in dungeons…?! If you’re a Dungeon Master running a tabletop roleplaying game, you need to look at Loke Battle Mats. The Dungeon Books of Mats are an excellent set for creating your own drop-down scene.

The Dungeon Books of Battle Mats are a set of two books, which provide modular maps for TTRPGs. You guessed it – they’re all about creating a modular dungeon! Whether that dungeon is a an actual dungeon or any kind of underground layout, chances are combat is around the next corner. And when that happens, you’re going to want a cool battle mat for it. That’s where Loke comes in.

Loke’s books have universal-scaled grids overlaid on top of them (1x1 inches). You can open any page and start exploring, battling and interacting on them to your heart’s content. They’re also laminated, meaning you can use dry-wipe pens on them if needed. Thanks to their wire ringbinder spine, you can fold pages, if you don’t want the entire spread. Flexibility sits at your fingertips.

Each book is 40 pages long, providing you with 20 awe-inspiring double-page spreads. But the best part is that this Dungeon Books pack comes with not one, but two books. Each page is 12x12 inches (so a double-page spread is 24x12 inches). Each page has an ‘entry and exit’ point at the edge of each page. This means you can line up two books adjacent to one another. This allows you to create a larger map using both books. It could become as big as 24x24 inches!

The scenery in both books run parallel to one another with every passing spread. As a result, you can have two matching spreads looking like one seamless scene. Want a large spread that looks like a sprawling mass of dungeon corridors? Easy! Or, you can mix and match them up, and create any scene that suits your campaign. With 80 pages to pick between, the choices of map combinations are endless…