View Full Version : Two Finished Temples
01-02-2009, 08:56 AM
OK so here are two more temples for deities in my home-grown campaign setting.
The Hooded Fane is a temple of Barrakis (Assassination, Lies, Murder, Poison, Serpent-kind, Violence, Violent Death) and the Shrine of the Sapphire Skull is a temple of Dyrge (Darkness, Evil, Forgetfulness, Intelligent Undead, Loss, Necromancy, Undeath).
Feel free to use them in your own campaigns, or if someone has a good spot for them in the CWBP go ahead and add them in.
01-02-2009, 09:12 AM
Well, you picked some charming deities :)
Anyway, both are great maps and I had to give you some rep for that!
I like the Hooded Fane best, basically because that map is more clear and has more colors. You can make out the details better. I do understand why the other temple is so dark of course and I still think that's a great map!
I love those snake statues! Did you make them yourself?
Also, in what software did you do these?
Ok, last question. There are some stairs in both temples I think? Do you plan a map of cellar or second floor (wherever those stairs lead)?
(ok, so I lied and still had two questions left, sue me)
01-02-2009, 09:44 AM
@Gandwarf - Thanks for the comments...and the rep.
Yup they are a couple of sweethearts aren't they :)
No I did not make the snake statues (I'm not that talented), I downloaded them from the Dundjinni User Creation forums. The large one has a bit of color modification to it but that's about it.
Both maps are done in photoshop.
Regarding the stairways; I was planning on doing the lower levels, but decided not to and leave those open to anyone who might make use of the maps themselves. For me the space under the Hooded Fane would be primarily storage. Below the Sapphire Skull are the living quarters of the priests (living and undead), storage, and cells for detaining potential sacrifices, etc.
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