Pathfinder Flip-Mat: Basic Terrain Multi-Pack
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- Cover all your ground effectively with four different full-color textures: grassland, stone floor, street, and water
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Whether you need a wild plain, a city square, an arena floor, or the open sea, set the scene for nearly any adventure with the Pathfinder Flip-Mat: Basic Terrain Multi-Pack! Cover all your ground effectively with four different full-color textures: grassland, stone floor, street, and water! Usable by experienced GMs and novices alike for a vast variety of games, Pathfinder Flip-Mats fit perfectly into any Game Master's arsenal, giving you vibrant playspaces you can customize however you like!
Don't waste your time sketching when you could be playing. With the Pathfinder Flip-Mat: Basic Terrain Multi-Pack, now you can focus on what matters the most: the action in your game.
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MATERIAL: A sturdy, flexible plastic-coated paperlike material that feels like it will hold up to multiple folds. DO NOT STORE THESE IN A TUBE as they become warped and require weight to push back to normal. You won't be able to just unroll these before a playing session; the material requires hours to return to flat, and weighing down the sheets at the corners won't be sufficent, as the material is somewhat thick and unpliable. The size is certainly sufficent for most encounters I'd set up.
PATTERN: The pattern is higher-resolution and much more subtly detailed than I expected. There are small bushes, water puddles, and other nifty details that were unexpected. While the pattern as a whole doesn't vary much overall, the small details that permeate the sheets did impress me.
LIGHTING: Both dry- and wet-erase markers work well on these sheets, and in most lighting conditions. Even yellow wet-erase showed up well in daylight and incandescent light, but lower-light situations may require a second glance to pick up on lighter colors. While both types of markers work, I found the most brilliant results with wet-erase ink, regardless of the color used.
The patterns aren't as saturated as you would expect from the previews of the item, and that was a bit of a disappointment - at first. Upon further use, the pattern and color of the sheets did win me over with their versatility; the coloring does look better and brighter in person, and neither review photos or the item preview entirely do justice to seeing them in-person - just don't expect the preview shot of the item.
OVERALL: I'm satisfied with the ~$20 I paid for these. Couple these with wet-erase markers and preferably daylight or bright indoor spaces for the most enjoyment. While they cannot be stored in a tube, the size fits in a folder nicely. I'l update the review after a bunch of playtests and abusive folding.
However, if you want to draw on these with wet or dry erase markers, you'll find that most of the terrains are too dark to see marker lines very well. Markers are somewhat visible on grass and street terrains, less visible on the stone floor side, and almost completely imperceptible on the water map. They should have used much lighter colors for these terrains. I always prefer to use the Basic Flip-Mat rather than these terrain ones, since I can actually draw on that without having to make Perception checks to see the lines.