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    Fantasy Maps: Magical Research Facility Map Pack $2.99
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    Fantasy Maps: Magical Research Facility Map Pack
    Publisher: D20 Cartographer
    by Chris H. [Featured Reviewer]
    Date Added: 06/06/2014 00:24:36

    These maps make a small but beautiful magic school or wizard's mansion. Just be sure your printer doesn't require more than 1/4 inch of white space on each side of the page, since the tiles are a full 8x10 inches.



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    Fantasy Maps: Magical Research Facility Map Pack
    Publisher: D20 Cartographer
    by Robert A. [Verified Purchaser]
    Date Added: 11/08/2013 10:33:58

    Highly detailed in every aspect, from the building in general to every item in the rooms. For a magical setting definitely a good choice.

    This map pack delivers the maps in several formats, from colour to greyscale, with and without grid, so every gamer can find the version he needs.



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    Fantasy Maps: Magical Research Facility Map Pack
    Publisher: D20 Cartographer
    by Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
    Date Added: 11/08/2013 04:18:35

    Have you ever wondered how spells come to be? Or how aspiring mages learn their craft? Perhaps it's because I'm a lecturer (in the more mundane art of computing) but I have. I have computer labs at my disposal, a bank of switches and routers to practice setting up networks and so on... what does a wizard have?

    Perhaps this mapset has the answer, a rather cosy facility that provides accommodation, laboratory space and offices for a group of research mages or students. There's just the one dormitory with five beds, but it's roomy and provides study space as well. There's a lab for those with an alchemical bent, several storerooms for supplies, an office and a lounge area. Upstairs, there's a full-blown ritual circle for practising your summoning and a spacious study/classroom area.

    The one thing this building lacks is a decent library. However, if you decide it is part of a larger institution, the books and scrolls may be stored elsewhere. Likewise, the chief magician - Professor of Magic or whatever - may live elsewhere, even if he uses the big office on the ground floor during the day.

    From the technical standpoint, nice artwork and presented as 'easy-print' PDFs, large JPEG files you can edit and annotate, and more that are specifically prepared for those using virtual table top facilities to game online. Nice stuff!



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