from How to use this book:
We have divided the Blueprints in four main categories:
Generic Blueprints - these are standard fantasy maps,
suitable for any fantasy RPG.
Series - these are ongoing maps tied to a location; the most famous is the Great City which spawned a whole campaign setting.
Virtual Boxed Sets - these sets contain a group of blueprints detailing a location, an area or the like. While the single blueprints contained in these sets are also available as stand alone products, the virtual boxed sets contain also bonus materials not available for sale in other products, such as color poster maps or additional maps.
Deep Blues - started just now and already fan-favorites, these fit our non-fantasy line of maps. More of them are coming this year, so keep your eyes wide open.
Each page provides information about a given Blueprint. You find the cover, description and some images. A datasheet contains some vital info, such as the number of maps and the terrain type. A small box at the page foot tells you the customizable options available. Clicking on the product cover will take you to our website product page. In addition you can buy blueprints from our the authorized retailers (see at the end of the book).
We have provided also a couple of indexes (beyond the PDF bookmarks). The terrain type index will help you to locate more easily the maps you need. We tried to be as accurate as possible but each map could fall in more categories. For istance, a manor is listed under the “manor” terrain type, but each manor has at least one dungeon level or cellar below it and maybe it is not listed under “dungeons”.
This is a product index/catalogue for 0one's Blueprints line.