Tagged: foundry

Broken Crossing animated battlemap

This is the first time I’m giving away a free .mp4 video map 🙂 This map comes in several flavors. For video maps we have lava, water and stars. For still maps we have lava, water, stars, an alternate water with roses, and a slimy toxic water.

Space, lava, water animated battle maps for D&D

The lava map is FREE in both still and video versions with a small logo! Download is below 🙂 My €3/month patrons get this and all the other maps I make with no logo. Adventures and above get all the alternate versions (stars, water, etc, including videos) and the Big Damn Heroes get the Fantasy Grounds and Foundry VTT files 🙂

Grids are 30 x 40

You may use this map for free in any of your online or offline games. Use the download below with or without grid. You may not sell or redistribute any of my maps.

Get this and MANY more maps without the logo on Patreon.com/angelamaps. Plans start at €3/month and you get all the maps for personal use. Plus you get to feel good because you helped an artist earn a living. That makes you kinda awesome.

Buy just this map pack on DMsGuild

Broken Crossing Lava (266 downloads)


Broken Crossing Lava (w/grid) (176 downloads)


Broken Crossing Lava .mp4 video (221 downloads)

This map on SAGames

How do I install an Angela Maps module?

If you use Foundry VTT

How to install an Angela Maps module in Foundry VTT

If you use Foundry VTT:

1.) Open up Foundry VTT and click the Add-on Modules tab

2.) Choose Install Module

3.) Paste the URL in the “Manifest URL” box and hit “Install”

4.) Load up your game and enable the module. The maps should now be listed in your compendiums.

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If you use Fantasy Grounds Unity

How to install an Angela Maps module in Fantasy Grounds Unity

If you use Fantasy Grounds Unity:

1.) When you open up Fantasy Grounds Unity, before you load anything else up, click on the folder in the top left corner of your screen.

2.) This will open the place on your computer the Fantasy Grounds file are saved. Drag the .mod file into the folder called “modules”.

3.) Once you load your game, in the bottom right you should be able to choose Library —> Modules and choose the file you just added.