I know a5 is good for use at the table and a4 is good for images and certain kinds of information design and harder to flip through at the table.
Has anyone ever done a3 or a2 for use *as* the table, or at least laid over the table?
The adventure would be arranged in a kind of compass fashion and so that parts could a obscured and the whole thing not lost, like a naturalistic adventure
Depending on where people sat they would get an immediate access (a better view) of certain parts of it. (You might suggest that if people like playing a certain way they sit in certain place or compass point)
The thing could be a map, a literal battle map, or a number of them, to include specific densely arranged tactical challenges
It could also e an image, or a series of them, like a stained glass window and it could be a design, like a J.H. Williams page, like a mega-glyph or a Turkish rug, and so much info that no-one person could use it. you would need to have a group with everyone looking into different parts and thinking and acting together.
The adventure would, could, be emergent from the people sitting down and the places they sit and how they react as they move through it
Data arrange in a kind of spiral, compass moving round
Sold as an artefact.
Maybe when something happens in the adventure the people playing have to move seats and re-integrate what they know and see in an interesting way?
Anyone ever done/seen this?