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    Default [Award Winner] Fastest town in the west

    I had an idea and, like most of my messing around, my quick, rushed stuff comes out better than stuff I plan out for a month. The experiment took 5 minutes (pic j), the tut took about 2 hours to put together.
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    very nice solution for a quick town ... I can picture the scenario...
    Player: We'll just rest for some days in this town - where is the bar?
    GM: You'll rest HERE?... two secs.... opens photoshop... click click click... turn on printer.... BRrzzzzghh... rahhg... kachang...
    GM: Well, as you can see on the map the Inn is situated near the city square..
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    Woow....excellent job ascension, excellent job! I'm in awe .

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    By jove, he's done it again!
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    Can be realized very quick and the result looks very good, too. Thanks for the tutorial.

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    Wow...
    All hail Ascension!
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    God I wish I had had something like this before. Bravo Ascension!

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    hehe looks neat ! im still no that good doing map ... ;( but i just don't give up ! Pretty good stuff right here.

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    Awesome tutorial I had a lot of fun with this one...I can see using this to fill in some of the towns in my world that I need to on the fly. This also gave me some great idea for adding in quasi random objects using paths that I hadn't done before. This is also the first map I did with my first wacom tablet, so it was nice to break it on something fun
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