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    Map Palace of the Silver Princess

    I have a friend who loves this classic module and asked me to rework the maps for him. Well, it's been sitting in my to-do pile for quite a while now, so I finally had a go at them this weekend.

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    These are great maps.

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    I always love seeing this type of map given a nice clean look... and you have done it.

    one quick qusetion... what does the "AB" and "V" on the second map mean?

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    Great looking maps!

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    ... what does the "AB" and "V" on the second map mean?
    I think they were locations of some objects or critters in the room. They'd be detailed in the room's descrip, in the module text.

    *MY* question is, how to do make progress through your To Do stack?

    Awesome maps, two thumbs up.

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    ... some objects or critters in the room. They'd be detailed in the room's descrip, in the module text.
    I knew I had this thing in my shelves somewhere. In room 63, AB is "archer bush" and V is "vampire rose" ... apparently I ran this module long ago, with lots of customizations. I got stacks of handwritten pages stuffed in it. LOL @ my old D&D days. Fun!
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    Cool... thanks for looking it up for me. When I look at this type of map I always find myself wondering about this type of information and what it is for... I have not looked at any D&D books (beyond a glance here or there in a book store) so this is interesting. Again... thanks

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    I haven't played D&D since I discovered freeform. That was just about ten years ago next month.

    But I still like D&D and other systemized games, and I have a large (for me, I guess) collection.

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    I agree it is really nice to see these maps redone.

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