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Battlemap : Cretan Labyrinth

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This is the 100th full color battlemap in a series featuring all kinds of terrain. Featuring a traditional cretan labyrinth this map is intended as a small gift to you to celebrate the 100th release in this series.

The map is 60 x 63 squares in size, with each 1 inch square scaled to represent 5 feet. It is provided in 54 segments, which need to be assembled, in a single PDF using the letter format.

The map is created using the same tiles as used for the Summoning Room, Portal Room and Dungeon Corridors maps to ensure compatibility.

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Steve N October 19, 2016 6:35 am UTC
Ummm... thanks and all, and well..., it's free, so I shouldn't complain, but... There's no labyrinth, just one long twisting corridor, no possible way to get lost... just sayin'

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Christian H October 19, 2016 12:43 pm UTC
An interresting point. I know that labyrinth is often used synonymous with maze. I'm rather fond of the subtle difference between the two though. A labyrinth in the classical sense has, as you noticed, only one path. You can follow it from one end to the other, without any risk of getting lost. A maze on the other hand ...

Since you brought it up, I'll look into making a proper maze as well. Might take a little while though.
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