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04-26-2010, 09:20 PM
Hey all! I haven't posted in a while. I have been pretty busy with work, school and the end of my D&D campaign. So here is a little something I am sharing with you guys form the latter end of my D&D game. I created a massive puzzle dungeon for my players and put them through hell and back :P I have the rough sketches here with the detailed info on each section/temple. The players had to use their heads for this one as there really only was 1 or two combat encounters. The rest was all mostly brain work and skill rolls. Once I have everything posted, if you have further questions feel free to ask about it.

The other great thing about this is that I am using this dungeon as a final project for my portfolio. I am going to get the finialized versions printed in large format so that they can be used as playable battle maps. I'm expecting to pay about $80 for printing for these four maps alone. I say, it's bloody worth it! I will get some pics later of the printed versions once I have them. So check these out, and I hope you enjoy them!

04-26-2010, 09:27 PM
So here are the final versions that I am getting printed. They don't have any of the details on the side as that isn't the focus of my portfolio :P I may add them in later, but for now I hope you guys like these! They files are about 1mb each, so there is plenty of detail. I also added a hedge maze that I got from the D&D Traps and Puzzles book; it's the displacer beast maze. I am not sure if I will print this one, however, I would appriciate any feedback! Enjoy! Thanks!

A R Frost
04-26-2010, 09:35 PM
They look good, the fun part is trying to figure out what trap or challenge is in each room.

06-08-2010, 02:19 AM
Awesome! I'd love to hear what kinds of puzzles you have for these rooms.

06-09-2010, 06:55 AM
looking really good - did you make them yourself or is it a map maker program? .... And please post the puzzles that go with them, always like some good puzzles for my players :)

06-12-2010, 01:38 AM
The puzzles are posted above in the original post, a bit difficult to read since it's in faded pencil but you can make it out. They're rather clever, I'll have to try 'em out.