The Feudal Japan Map Bundle 01 contains Day, Night, Winter and Unfurnished variants of 13 different maps from 6 different locations, a total of 62 new battlemaps for your campaign in gridded and gridless format! Each map is highly detailed and contains inspiration for plot hooks, quest ideas, heroic deeds and nefarious activities. Add a non-european flavour to your towns and settings with these east-asian inspired homes.
This bundle includes:
Folk House - The common folk tend to live in small, thatched houses with clay walls to keep out the cold winter air. The entrance area and kitchen have simple earthen floors, and are primarily an extension of the outdoor space. The centre of the home is around the hearth on a raised platform, all family meals and conversations happen here, following traditional ritual and ceremony
Farmer's House - Those who tend to the land and livestock often have to bring their work home with them. Domestic animals such as horses tend to live within the family home for safety and shared warmth.
General Store - A strong community spirit means many essential goods are shared or bartered among the locals, but for out-of-towners there is the general store to stock up on supplies before heading on to the next destination.
Hetman's House - The Hetman is of the noble class and is in charge of running the town and entertaining visiting ambassadors and other people of importance. Because of this they have one of the largest residences in town, with space for guests and servants. The home is centred around a carefully manicured garden and tea house, which highlight the cultural education that is so important to the upper classes.
Roadside Storehouse - Most homes are primarily built of wood, paper and straw, all highly combustible materials. Because of this many of the wealthier members of society keep their valuables and emergency stores in guarded storehouses on the outskirts of the town. A trade off between safety from fire and danger from bandits.
Eta Village - Those who deal with trades that involve death, such as butchery, leather tanning and funerals, are considered to be 'polluted' and therefore have to live beyond the town walls in communities of their own. Often the poorest, these folks are none the less incredibly important to daily life and society would not function without them.
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