From publisher blurb:
As they opened the door and entered the main worship space, Jacob and Tim thought they saw a figure seated in a pew at the rear of the church. "Jacob, Jacob, Jacob," the figure scolded as he rose from the pew and stood in the main aisle. "You're like a cockroach. You just won't die. And look you've multiplied." As the figure took a step forward down the aisle, his features were illuminated by a pool of light. The man was short; no more than five feet tall. He wore wire rimmed glasses, a white shirt and kaki pants. The patches of gray interspersed in his brown hair indicated that he was at least middle age. Everything about this man was unassuming and non-threatening. Everything, that is, except for the man's large mangled left arm that ended in a three-pronged claw.
Where do you go from here? To the battle map, of course! If you need a map of a modern structure, you need Modern Floorplans. The Modern Floorplans series from Fabled Environments and 12 to Midnight offers gamers high quality maps in a variety of configurations:
- Want to draw it out yourself? Use the 8.5×11 map as a guide.
- Want to simply drop the map on the table and play? Use either the 24×36 full map (if you have access to a plotter printer) or print the tiled version on regular paper and assemble a full-size version yourself in a matter of minutes. Both versions are scaled at 1 inch equals 5 feet.
- In addition, each floorplan also comes in versions without room labels and without furniture.
Note: All floorplans are rendered in black and white.
Bonus: Bundled with this map is In the Shadow of the Cross, part four in a series of serialized short fiction featuring hardboiled occult investigator "Jacob" in settings taken straight from Modern Floorplans.
All maps are created by an architectural drafter using AutoCAD. This gives all of the maps the realistic feel that your players crave.
An average, small, neighborhood church
The floorplan for this building includes some exterior details, including landscaping and sidwalks. The building itself includes a chapel area with choir seating, church offices, bathrooms, Sunday school classrooms, and even an open courtyard with a fountain. This building could make a great location for a hostage standoff, a normal looking cover for a cult, a ransom or blackmail dropoff, or any number exciting scenarios limited only by your imagination!
The maps in this title can also be found in Modern Floorplans Volume 3: In the Neighborhood.