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    Map Sewers of Greyport

    The original tunnels under Greyport had been there for thousands of years, with yet more tunnels and caverns below leading into the Deeperdepth, but as the population of Greyport bloomed, the city's engineers needed to deal with the problem of waste... and also the Deeperdepth's rising inhabitants
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    I'm not usually into hand drawn maps ( don't worry, a lot more people here love them ), but these are really good! I might just use them for my game tonight.

    You deserve some REP for these and a big Welcome to the Guild!

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    Thanks Bogie ). Sure, I love the idea of people using my maps, and always like to hear snippets about what happened in which locations... Good fun

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    This is great. Most dungeons are made in a way to make the adventure work and are designed to give the players the feeling that they have not missed anything. On your map players will realise that they will never be able to see every room of the sewers. I hope they will realise, that having a good time and experiencing some great adventures in the unknown is more fun, than working through every room.
    Also your rooms and corridors are structured in a way, that make even the "normal" rectangular ones interesting and faszinating.

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    Hi epson, thank you. Yes I like to make maps that feel organic, this one was off the top of my head sketch with the focus on the central chamber being the collection point... I was going to add details into the water/sewer but I'd done enough details after about 8 hours lol :-)

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    Those are awesome!

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    Very nice job MonkeyBlood Design! And very sinuous

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    MonkeyBlood gave me permission to post this colored verion:

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    I really just could not stop looking at the original map he posted on Google+ here look up his work there as it is really good! The map he posted above was drawn by hand and has excellent line weight and detail. (the scan does not do it full justice)

    Keep up the great work in this hand drawn style.

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    I like the parchment one best. Really nice work. Have some rep and welcome.
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