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    Default Very nice!

    I like this one.

    It could have been made clear with marks, where exactly the cut views has been made.

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    I really like this map and the whole idea of the way the city is built. I would like to live there.

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    Did you plan each of the levels to decide where the bridges will go? This is one of the most unusual cities I've ever seen! It's brilliant.

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    Wow- Kudos to you sir. Like any magician I imagine people are frequently asking you to reveal your secrets... I wont do that, but I would like to ask- Have you considered doing a tutorial?

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    Very cool idea. And beautiful art. I wish I could do things like that.

    Isn't making all the buildings hard and very tedious?

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    Well, since Mike Schley does work for Wizards of the Coast - creating tediously detailed work is part of the job. If you create easy maps, than anybody (well a lot more) could do it. Once you're a pro doing work for the big boys, you really want to get the details right!
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    Omg I love it! Mind if I use it for a pathfinder game? It looks exactly like how i imagined the second city my group is going to travel to.

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    Excellent map!! Thanks for sharing.

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    Wow, stunning work. I'll certainly be using it in my campaign I love this site

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    I love the cut-aways, the side view.
    This map has all what once drove me into loving history, sagas and fantasy.
    Brilliant artwork with a great touch of the 80s RPG books.

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