Fortified Bridge Ruins

The stream running under these ruins was once m=uch more formidable =E2=80=93 blocking easy traffic for miles up and downri=ver. And thus these bridges were built and now abandoned. The all-stone con=struction of the northern bridge has fared much better than the southern sp=an which was made of wood laid across a series of stone supports. The south=ern bridge was for general traffic and had wooden ramps leading up to it (o=ver the stairs on the left side of the span and extending off to the right =of the right side of the span).

The fortific=ations are still standing along the northern span =E2=80=93 although the wo=oden roofing has long decayed or been burned off by careless visitors. The =ruins are still used by travellers on foot or horseback but are quite diffi=cult for carts and impassable to wider wagons. Some evenings you will find =other travellers setting up camp in the ruins as they provide a modicum of =protection against the elements and wild animals.

If you are particularly unlucky you will instead run into bandits, ne==E2=80=99er-do-wells, or those who would rather not have their movements sp=otted or reported upon=E2=80=A6

The 1200= dpi versions of the map were drawn at a scale of 300 pixels per square and= are 9,600 pixels (32 squares) wide. To use this with a VTT you would need =to resize the squares to either 70 pixels (for 5=E2=80=B2 squares) or 140 p=ixels (for 10=E2=80=B2 squares) =E2=80=93 so resizing it to either 2,240 pi=xels wide or 4,480 pixels wide, respectively.


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