Pumpkin Hill Halloween Battle Map – Color & Grid Preview

Pumpkin Hill, a Halloween Battle Map

An autumnal hill bathed in the last light of October. Certainly the night will not go by uneventfully…

This is the companion map to the upcoming Devil’s Mill, which maps the four interior floors of the windmill. You may also want to download our tokens from last year, the Harvest Horror, featuring a pumpkin golem and his minions. 

Pumpkin Hill Halloween Battle Map – Color & Grid Preview

This battle map is features a vibrant color scheme and a gentle slope, but not a lot in the way of obstacles. I recommend mixing in a little magic to demand some strategy from your players! It could be that the pumpkins explode like landmines if disturbed, or grapple creatures with their vines, or perhaps they are the only cover from a windmill that shoots lasers? 

Do let us know your encounter plans in the comments! And please enjoy this seasonal Halloween battle map. 🎃

Pumpkin Hill Downloads

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Pumpkin Hill Halloween Battle Map – Nighttime Preview

Hey, Patrons! As my thank you for funding this map, please download your exclusive night-time version here: Pumpkin Hill (Night-time)

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The Pumpkin Hill Halloween map is free to download thanks to Patrons such as:

Pumpkin Hill Halloween Battle Map – Patreon Credits
Creative Commons License

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License, thanks to our generous supporters. If you would like to use this map commercially, please contact me 🙂

2 comments

  1. Outstanding map! I’ve had an adventure idea in my head for years and this brought it to life. I ran it at a convention game today (10/5) for D&D 5e using the minis as well.

    The players loved it all.

    1. I’m always overjoyed to hear that the maps are actually being used. Thanks for sharing, Greg!

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