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Ancient Temple

DramaScape Brief Encounters Volume 03

This map product is a full-color, 30 x 30 inch, Ancient Temple. The ZIP file includes VTT images for your online gaming needs.

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A temple stands taller than the treetops of the jungle. Despite having fallen into disuse, the temple remains intact, although nature’s overgrowth of vines and moss tells the tale of how long it has been since the temple was frequently visited.

The temple is constructed of five major stone slabs built on top of each other. The first three base slabs are the largest and widest, and a large stone staircase leads to the fourth center slab. Built in the middle of the center slab is the fifth slab where the altar stands with a small staircase leading up. No one knows how this much stone was brought here to the middle of the jungle.

Although nobody has used the temple in years, skeletons can still be found in the brush surrounding the temple. This suggests that someone or something continues to protect this temple from interlopers to this very day.

What god was this temple built to worship and for what purpose?

You can either print it out with our easy to print instructions or use in any VTT software.



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February 8th, 2014
I agree with the comment regarding the exterior view having a bit more usefulness as a temple level interior with the roof as an overlay. I also would have liked to have seen a few more terrain features on the exterior as well. I think an ancient templ [...]
Roger L. [Featured Reviewer]
February 14th, 2013 Nachdem ich als erstes Produkt von DramaScapa das Innenleben des verfallenen Tempels gewählt habe, war ich natürlich neugierig, wie die Außenwelt aussehen würde. Das s [...]
June 25th, 2012
The following review was originally posted at Roleplayers Chronicle and can be read in its entirety at The Ancient Temple battlemap is difficult to [...]
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May 17, 2012
This title was added to our catalog on May 17, 2012.