The seventh Map-of-the-Week release offers the remaining dungeon upper levels plans for the lair of the dark draug Málgurð. In the Jörðgarð campaign setting, a dark draug is very similar to a high-powered lich in such OGL 3.5 games as the Pathfinder (R) RPG, the True20 (TM) system or Dungeons & Dragons (R) 3.5.
Málgurð's small dungeon consists of a tower for the draug magi and a shabbily restored mill building that's the lair of the orcs who serve Málgurð and his subservient reds draugs. This week, the floor plans for the tower show the the upper floor of the old mill building where Málgurð's orcs lair and the three upper levels of Málgurð's tower.
The second level (European first floor) view of the main building shows the mostly unused mill chute area at the top and the workshop of the orcs at the bottom. The tower view shows the work tables of two red draug (similar to OGL 3.5 liches) magi. The third level (European second floor) of the tower also contains the work tables of two red draug magi. The final view shows the fourth level (European third floor) of the tower. This is the work area of the dark draug Málgurð who rules over the entire complex.
You can get these plans in any either of two versions:
1. As JPG flat maps, each 1360 x 1020 pixels (3 MB), available above.
2. The original FM8 map in FMP format, fully editable. Those who downloaded last week's FMP version need not download again. Because the various dungeon levels are layers of a single FM8 map file, this version includes both this week's and last week's dungeon levels. Otherwise download it from our Jörðgarð web page (26 MB). This version includes a PDF pamphlet that tells you how to use the layers that are built into the map.
Both versions are released for personal and commercial use under the Open Game License Version 1.0a, which you can read on the Jörðgarð web site.
To get the original FM8 map, go to the Jörðgarð web site:
Next Week: Orcgrave Outpost