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Post Apocalyptic Story Maps

Vault 113 - Forge of Gods

Knowing the Nuclear Winter is coming, the US military and Vault -Tec jointly started research of a new alloy that would be tremendously durable, nearly impenetrable by conventional ballistics. They codenamed the new amalgam as “Adamantium” referencing the mythical metal famous in fantasy novels. However, the new material required liquid versions of certain rare metals which could be impossible to salvage and craft during the war. So, they built Vault 113 beneath a dormant volcano and started to extract these metals in already melted form. After the bombs fell, a final message was received from the vault mentioning they have accomplished the mission but then they went to radio silence. With the chaos and destruction, the vault and the experiment was forgotten…

This map pack includes 2 maps, one is the "Hostile" and another one is the "Friendly" versions so that players can visit again after they cleaned up the place from enemies. They are both 9000x9000 pixels and 96 DPI, preferably 75x75 tiles (5ft each); which is perfect for virtual table top programs like VTT, D20, Fantasy Grounds and so on. The map is daytime colored so that you can manually change daytime in virtual tabletop programs and won't disturb the environment lights.  

Thanks for downloading and please leave feedback for me to make much better maps in the future. 


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In order to download this project you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $1.50 USD. You will get access to the following files:

Wasteland Vault 113 - Cleared.jpg 32 MB
Wasteland Vault 113.jpg 33 MB


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This is a fantastic resource! Finding post-apocalyptic maps has been incredibly hard, so thank you for taking the time to create them. I look forward to the next map pack!

Hey friend, thanks so much for your beautiful comment. Be sure new packs are coming up! Cheers!

Love all this stuff.  This will save me a ton of time :]

I'm so glad you liked them. And I appreciate your time leaving this comment. Enjoy my friend!