Hey all, here’s another battlemat-ready map for your game! The scale is 5′ per square and the caverns are lit by torches. Feel free to insert your own enemies and traps as you like!
Hey all, here is a new map I just made with GIMP. I’m trying to get started learning how to use textures, which is why this isn’t the same as the black and white minimalist maps I’ve been making. This is just a start, but I hope you like it!
By the way, it’s been designed to be 25×22 squares, suitable for use with a Chessex battlemat (but the actual picture is 25×24, so you have to make the last room squares bump up against the mat if you intend to use it as such).
By the way, there is no furniture or doors yet (the brown lines are stand ins) because I haven’t had time to search for textures for them.
I know I’ve been gone for a while, but I’ve been working on a BIG project, that’s actually coming along nicely. The City of Nightmares is going to be a cross between old-school style megadungeoning (although with out quite the epic scale. I think the City will weigh in at about 250 rooms total) with a bit of a new-school influence. Hopefully it will eventually make its way into PDF book form, but for now, here’s a sample of the rough draft of one of the maps.
The finished project will include tons of quests, original enemies and magic items, a semi-detailed description of the city above (with plenty of room for referee improv), and approximately 5 floors.
Here is my entry into the 2010 One Page Dungeon contest. It’s titled, “The House of Lost and Found” and is designed to be a map characters can find in a Lovecraftian horror game. If you haven’t heard of or entered the contest yet, there’s still time: until the end of the week, in fact. Get out there and start creating!
Looking forward to seeing your posts!
Thanks for stopping by. I hope you like it!
EDIT: If you have a One-Pager of your own, please post a link to it in the comments section. It’ll be easier for folks to navigate betwixt all the entries that way!