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Public Bathhouse is a single level, full color, fully detailed public bath inspired by the grand public bathhouses of ancient Rome. The bathhouses of Rome were popular social gathering places. They were the place to see and be seen; and for us, they might even be the setting for adventure. The basic floorplan battlemat consists of sixteen 8x10 tiles and has 6 alternate tiles to allow the user to customize the setting with demons and monsters and such things diabolical.

Included in Public Bathhouse are 24 pages of maps in PDF which consist of:

  • Two overview drawings of the basic bathhouse--one without a grid and one with a 1 square = 5' grid.
  • One full color battlemat drawing with 72:1 grid for miniatures contained in sixteen 8x10 tiles.
  • Six alternate 8x10 battlemat tiles to add monsters and demons to the bathhouse.
  • Two 50 pixels per 5 feet PNG images of the basic bathhouse--one with a grid and one without--for virtual tabletop.

Public Bathhouse includes a 2 page PDF which contains the product description and instructions for adding the alternate battlemat tiles.

Demo PDF

Encompass™ products provide game masters with settings and locations to enhance and expand the role playing experience they provide to their players. Each Encompass™ product includes high resolution, full color drawings. All the drawings are in PDF format for easy printing.


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April 22nd, 2010
I use a lot of tilesets for D&D. This set has great quality color and an open layout. I really like the marble floor, the statuettes and the simple 3-D effects. It's big too, measuring over 3' x 2-1/2', fitting on two foam poster boards. The overla [...]
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File Last Updated:
May 28, 2009
This title was added to our catalog on May 28, 2009.