A consistent hum from the high speed vehicles racing across the highway overhead. The heat from the buildings and concrete settle into the back alley causing the air to feel heavy.
You were tipped off to the cameras along the buildings, but luckily for you Raxter knew a way in through all of the left over junk the corps tossed into the street. A camp they called it, but it stood as nothing more than dozen cloth coverings over trash piles.
As quickly as you made your way in, the murmurs spread, no one wanting to look you in the eyes.
“I’m lookin’ for Skweeks.” You called out, but no one moved. No one looked at you. Raising your hand, the creds snatched between your fingers.
One ragged finger pointed out from under the torn blanket a man was wearing around his shoulders. It pointed toward the dumpsters. Stepping through the few bodies warming around the fiery can, you dropped the credits into the old mans lap and pulled the flip action rapid fire side arm from its holster.
Slum Alley is a modern style Table Top RPG battle map perfect for Virtual Table Top systems or to be printed and used during your next game. This one is for those who can’t afford the chrome life or the riches of the space fleets. Slum Alley can be used in any of your modern or dark futuristic metropolitan settings. As the party ventures into the filled back alleys, the map is filled with possible story triggers. The remains of an android thrown into the trash heap, the lone sleeper behind the trash containers who everyone thinks is crazy, or stacks of broken crates that may not have been completely empty.
The map aesthetic works great for games set in a sci-fi, cyberpunk, dystopian, or any modern urban setting including Shadowrun, Starfinder, Carbon 2185, Cyberpunk 2020, or Cyberpunk RED.
The download includes variants for day and night, as well as with and without grids.
- Size: 1 inch grid size, 24×30 inches
- Files: Non-marked PNG files
- 300 dpi
- Options: Includes versions with and without grids, day and night versions, and tiled for live play
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