D&D: Maps To The Tomb Of Annihilation
Explore the peninsula of Chult, fill in these gorgeous maps, discover a world of adventure!
If you’re on the Road to Chult, you’ll need a good map. You’ll want to keep an eye out for snakes, yuan-ti, Dorothy Lamour, catchy musical numbers, romantic rivalries, and an opportunity to bring back the old patty-cake gambit (though you’d better watch out, that gag’s got whisker’s on it). And while we can’t quite help you with most of that, Gale Force Nine does have some pretty fantastic full-color maps–hex maps no less (empirically proven to be the best kind of map)–which you and your players/dm/gaming group can fill out as you explore the mysteries of Chult.
via Gale Force Nine
That’s right, with this map set, you’ll get some amazing full color maps for the Forbidden City of Omu with its curse-wrought depths, or the bustling, dino-filled streets of Port Nyanzaru, and a discoverable hex map that players can fill in as they venture beyond the known regions of Chult. Of course, there’s a fully populated version as well, so DMs can help guide players to where they need to go, and let them know what’s in each hex. Spoiler alert, it’s probably doom.
I don’t see what’s so forbidden about–oh wait, nevermind, just saw that one corner,
Omu is a vacation destination for heroes looking to uncover some of the unfolding mysteries in Chult. There they can see the ravages of time and encounter some strange monsters and other spoilery things.
Nyanzaru is a fantastic city that feels alive, and this map is done up in beautiful vinyl so you can safely use and reuse it.
Gale Force Nine’s Official Dungeons and Dragons Tomb of Annihilation Map Set contains high-quality single-sided vinyl surfaces that are ideal for tracking the progress of your adventures during the campaign! These maps lay flat for ease of play and are sold in sturdy polycarbonate tubes for storage and transport.
The maps may be marked with wet-erase markers to temporarily record the paths your heroes travel, make notes about your heroes travel, make notes about encounters and locations, or modify the landscape to suit your own campaign. They also look great on the wall of your game room! The Chult player map measures 24″ x 18″ and the Port, City, and Chult DM’s maps measure 16″ x 12″. All of GF9’s Maps are based on artwork provided by Wizards of the Coast.
This campaign map set details the lands of Chult, the setting for Dungeons and Dragons campaigns in the Tomb of Annihilation adventure. Packed with details, these maps are a great way to chart your adventures across this dread and adventure-filled jungle.
Gale Force Nine recommends the use of water-soluble marking pens. Vinyl is a very porous material and any marks made by dry-erase or permanent markers will stain the mat.Advertisement
Of course, if your players venture off the map, that’s what random encounter tables are for. After all, there be monsters.