0one's Blueprints: Deep Blues - Nautilus

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  • File Size 12.3 MB ZIP
    Publisher 01 Games
    Stock Number BLU97
  • This is a digital file.

The Nautilus is, perhaps, the most famous submarine in the world, even if it is fictional. Featured in Jules Verne’s 1870 novel Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, the Nautilus has fascinated millions of people since then. Verne himself featured it again in a sequel called The Mysterious Island in 1874. A number of movies and writers referred to or featured it after that, including the famous Walt Disney movie with the same title, and the comic book The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen by Alan Moore, which eventually became a movie, too.

This Deep Blues Blueprint is our take on the Nautilus. It differs very much from Verne’s description; it is smaller, more modern, and armed. Its shape is not cigar-like, but it was freely inspired by an actual nautilus. Suitable for Victorian, steampunk, or modern games, or whenever you need a fantasy submarine.

The featured poster map included in this product comes as a 25.5 x 22 inch sheet and fractioned into six 8,5 x 11 inch sheets, allowing you to print it on a conventional printer or take the file to a print server to output a gorgeous Nautilus poster map.


  • Rule the Dungeon
  • Enhanced customization (choose which features are visible)
  • Alternative hexagonal grid
  • Alternative Metric Scale (New!)
  • "North" mark available and orientable
  • Master Control Panel allows you to control all the maps at once
  • Buttons for printing only blue maps or black-and-white maps

WARNING: You must use Adobe Acrobat Reader 6+ in order to use all the features of this product.

The Deep Blues Blueprints

While in the standard Blueprints you will find a classic fantasy adventure location, the Deep Blues Blueprints cover a broader range of locations and themes like Lovecraftian horror, modern, steampunk, Victorian, Western, Oriental, superhero, pulp, science fiction, and so on.

You can use these maps as references to build your own adventures, or simply take them at hand in case your players go in an unexpected direction during the campaign.

The “Blue” version of these maps does not resemble old D&D maps; it would not make any sense. Instead they appear as old technical blueprints (white ink on blue background), allowing you to produce cool handouts for your players or simply use a nice-looking map while running your own adventures.

While offering you the best quality, these products are really inexpensive.

Written by Mario Barbati