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I would like to buy tokens and maps for Monster of the Week. Suggestions?

Hey, guys.  I've been playing on roll 20 for about a month now?  Maybe more?  I'm ten sessions into a monster of the week campaign and it's going great.  would love to buy some tokens for my players and maps for the horror themed world they play in.  what token set would you suggest I buy?  any recommendations?   I tried searching the marketplace but only came up with dnd stuff.   monster of the week takes place in a dark and scary modern day setting.  thanks for the help guys. 
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Try using the filters for markeplace searches. I suggest Horror and Cthulhu. These filters brought up a list of products geared toward dark, horror games. You might try Vampire also but I didn't think of that one until I was typing up this post.
Axecleft said: Try using the filters for markeplace searches. I suggest Horror and Cthulhu. These filters brought up a list of products geared toward dark, horror games. You might try Vampire also but I didn't think of that one until I was typing up this post. thank you, sir. will do. 
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If you can fit in some "attack of the giant whatever", vermin packs like this: <a href="https://marketplace.roll20.net/browse/set/5458/portal-packs-token-essentials-skittering-vermin" rel="nofollow">https://marketplace.roll20.net/browse/set/5458/portal-packs-token-essentials-skittering-vermin</a> could come in handy. I tend to do horror campaings on the lines of old low budget horror movies however, so it might not work for you if you're more oriented on all Lovecraft all day.
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Tiffany M.
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You could use token frames and make your own tokens from stock art! And modern maps, but do a bit of editing to them with overlays to add a darker and eerier mood. You might take fantasy battlemaps and strip out their saturation and add some spots of glowing red and some other spots of gritty darkness to make them fit your tone better, easily done with a few brushes or some texture overlay assets. For example I have this pack <a href="https://marketplace.roll20.net/browse/set/5716/ominous-overlays-magic-and-weather-storms" rel="nofollow">https://marketplace.roll20.net/browse/set/5716/ominous-overlays-magic-and-weather-storms</a> and there are several others like it that have mood overlays which could help if you think a map you found is too bright. Maybe you could use public domain art from the early 1900s, lineart illustrations of people and animals from books that are no longer under copyright, or vintage advertisements as NPCs, if your setting isn't modern, but a retro modern.
thanks guys.&nbsp; appreciate it.&nbsp;&nbsp;