The Feudal Japan Map Bundle 02 contains Day, Night, Winter and Unfurnished variants of 13 different maps from 4 different locations, a total of 65 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 buildings.
This bundle includes:
Geisha House - Sandwiched between the lower and upper class areas is the 'cultural district' of the town. Calling it a district may be somewhat grandiose as it comprises mainly of two notable buildings, the Tea House and Geisha Residence, both owned by the venerable Madame Hiketsu. Frequented by the nobles and more wealthy merchants and farmers, these establishments are among the few locations that both classes might patronise, and so Madame Hiketsu is able to garner many secrets from both sides. It is whispered that, after the Daimyo, Madame Hiketsu holds more power than anyone else in the region due to the knowledge she holds. The Maikos and Geikos at her Geisha house are as well versed in procuring secrets as they are in all their other talents.
Tea House - Though small, the Tea House has a great reputation and those who wish to take part in a tea ceremony here need to book in advance. The building appears small and humble from the outside, but Madame Hiketsu has cultivated an atmosphere of quality and luxury inside. The complex is often used as a neutral ground for negotiations between different factions, so weapons are strictly forbidden.
Inn & Bath House - One of the oldest and largest buildings in town, the Inn and Bath house is the heart of the community. After a long days work all of the farmers, merchants and artisans find their way to sit by the warm fire, listen to music and catch up on the local gossip, while those who can afford the extra coin go to soak away the days ails in the steamy baths. This is also the best (and only) option for travellers to find accommodation and a hearty meal when passing through.
Pagoda - The five storey pagoda is the tallest structure in town and is the main centre of worship. For those lucky enough to be given access, the view from the top is rivalled only by the observatory at the local Daimyo's castle The temple is run by Dai-Osho Haiko, the head priest and often times therapist, teacher, healer and leader for many of the town folk. He commands great respect from all factions and none will go against his word, at least not on temple grounds.
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