These are various symbols that can be added to the map. They will be drawn in the selected Material colour.
Eraser: Remove all features and terrains in the selected hex. Material selection is irrelevant.
Door: A solid rectangle along one hex side representing a door.
Stairs: A series of rectangles traversing the hex representing a staircase.
Stair: A half-series of rectangles, used in creating staircase junctions that turn within the hex.
Unders: A series of dots representing where a passage runs below a higher passage on the map, in maps that portray layered levels. Also useful as secondary roads/trails in terrain maps.
Under: A half-series of dots, used in creating underneath passage junctions that turn within the hex.
Bands: A solid band to create paths, walls, or other linear features. Also useful as main roads in terrain maps.
Band: A solid junction to connect bands. Rotate and stack these in a hex to create branching intersections with bands.
Shaft: An outlined circle representing a shaft leading between levels of the map.
Spiral: An abstract symbol than can represent a spiral staircase or other feature.
Axons: A solid axial band to create walls and other linear features. Functions well as a mid-hex door symbol or demarcator.
Axon: A solid axial junction. Rotate and stack these in a hex to create complex boundaries.
Half Door: An alternate door shape. Draw matching ones between two adjacent hexes to create an overlapping door effect.
Window: A window graphic to be placed along walls.
Mid Door: A door symbol that spans the middle of the hex instead of an edge.
Mid Window: A window symbol that spans the middle of the hex instead of an edge.
Marker: An map marker, keyed to a corresponding symbol in the adventure guide.
Rotate Left: Rotate the current selected feature one step counter-clockwise. There are six total rotation positions for each hex style.
Rotate Right: Rotate the current selected feature one step clockwise.
Flip: Flip the current selected feature to the opposite side of the hex (equivalent to three rotations).
The Next Palette
icon lets you cycle through the different feature palettes available.