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    Default Dragon in a Dwarven fort

    I'm stuck and I don't know how to get out. I made two old school dungeon maps for a Swedish RPG company and now I just can't stop drawing them. I must say that it is incredibly fun to make maps and only use black and white. No grey shading or colours or anything, just black and white. Well here is the map of a dragon that has taken over the top floor of a Dwarven fort. A perfect little adventure for some heroes to try to get rid of the dragon
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    What a cute little dragon! Look, there's even little piles of dirt by the entran-- Oohkay... Big dragon. Looks good Clercon.

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    Excellent Map. I love the "Old School" stuff best. Thanks for sharing the map, Clercon.

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    Thanks for the feedback. This is actually a style I'm working on to develop further. I made two old school maps for a rpg company in Sweden, and that kind of triggered this. Hadn't done this before but now I want a style that works better for future maps.
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    Am I going blind in my old age, or did you skip "4" in the numbering?

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    Oh nr 4 is so secret that not even the GM is allowed to see where it is :-)
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    That look brings me back. Very cool. Thanks for sharing!

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