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    Guild Journeyer Obbehobbe's Avatar
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    Default Interactive dungeonmap


    My lastest project involves creating an interactive PDF map mainly for D&D/Pathfinder that can be reused several times, and where you have the control to modify the map within some limitations to suit your needs.
    The PDF consists of several layers with features that you can show/hide in the usual way. All "features" are compatible with each others, but the map works best if the features are used separately.

    The map hosts three different kind of encounters; Tomb (undead), Troglodytes and Spiders. You can also switch some secret doors and apply water on/off.

    I want the the map to look a bit rough, drawed by hand.

    What do you think?

    Edit: Save the PDF on your computer to view it. Doesn't seem to work in the browser.
    Last edited by Obbehobbe; 08-26-2013 at 04:42 AM.
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