Dungeons of Aufstrag - meaningless maps

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Dungeons of Aufstrag - meaningless maps

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So I've got The Dungeons of Aufstrag (A13-17) and it's a cool book, but the itty-bitty totally unreadable maps in the appendix don't make anyone happy.

Are these maps available as downloads somewhere? Because as printed, they are practically unusable...

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Haven't received my book yet. So I will comment as soon as I see it.

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I haven't looked at it but you could try the pdf at DriveThruRPG http://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/177 ... st_epoch=0
Perhaps you could just copy and past it to Adobe Photoshop or MS Paint to enlarge the image.
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Of course, I could buy the PDF, but I shouldn't have to when I already purchased the print product...
The Trolls are not alone in this - I mean, look at D&D 5e - also itty-bitty maps and then you have the option to buy readable ones from the map-maker.

It wouldn't take much to either include zoomed-in maps as an appendix or arrange some kind of free map download option...

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dawnrazor wrote:Of course, I could buy the PDF, but I shouldn't have to when I already purchased the print product...
The Trolls are not alone in this - I mean, look at D&D 5e - also itty-bitty maps and then you have the option to buy readable ones from the map-maker.

It wouldn't take much to either include zoomed-in maps as an appendix or arrange some kind of free map download option...

You have a scanner? You can scan it then enlarge it. If it gets too distorted, scan it at its largest non distorted size, then resize that scan.
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