The City Kit tiles were some of my favorite to illustrate for the ‘Traveling Through Dangerous Scenery’ official Hex Kit tile set, and I wanted to show off what kind of cool maps you can make with them. So here it is, a city map. Click the picture for a high res version.
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For those y’all just joining us, these hex kit tiles are drawn my by with my tired hands inside tiny hexagonal stamped stencils. You can then use them with Hex Kit to make your own super tight city maps like this one.
If I were going to use this map in my game it would be called Greycove City and it would have some badass street names, and some really in depth descriptions of customs and superstitions and probably some conflict. But presented here, is an unkeyed map I drew and then scanned, then turned into a png to slap into your own game and you can make up your own shit for it because I have some better things to do right now. It will fit into your world near the sea, and will likely be a major point of commerce and skullduggery. Not a whole lot of farming. You shouldn’t have to do all the work though, so here is a 4d12 system for naming the major streets.