Last edited by Turgenev; 11-23-2008 at 03:36 PM. Reason: Added PDF link
Not just the the maps, but the covers look really smart! Great work, Turg!!
Last edited by ravells; 11-23-2008 at 05:55 PM.
Thanks ravells. I'm having fun producing the pdfs (and the dungeon maps of course ). I'm already working on vol 5 of the series and I have a few more ideas that I want to try out in the near future..
My apologies...I meant to say 'not just the maps' instead of 'not the maps'.....last post edited!
Here's the latest map. I'm thinking of calling areas 44 to 49, "The Ice Caves."
I'm working on a flooded dungeon/city concept and I wanted a few geomorphs of the main levels, corridors, junctions, etc. The idea is the GM can take the various pieces and arrange them into whatever order the GM wishes. I'll be turning this project into a PDF that will have numbered and unnumbered maps (like I have been doing).
I was wondering, for the multiple sections like the corridors (see attached map) does this numbering system work? Or should I use a A1, A2, A3, etc for the first corridor, B1, B2, B3, etc for the second and so on? Please note that the attached map is still a work in progress. Naturally, any comments are always welcomed.
I think the A1, B1 style is easier to handle personally. Makes writing up encounters a lot easier for sure.
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I agree with RP... Map A1-Room 3... very simple to keep track of.
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