Rep bonkingly sweet.
So, I am currently writting my own 4e adventure that takes place shortly after the players finish off Thunderspire.
As can be seen, I like to write adventures as if I am publishing them
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Very nice indeed, and I'm glad I'm not the only one that does that.
My life would be much easier if I could just jot down a few notes and scribble out a quick map, but that's hardly OCD compliant.
And then the more I learn here, of course, the more in-depth my maps get, which takes even longer... no wonder I never finish anything!
But back to you now. Great job! Looks fabulous. Did you do the cover work too?
Cool Stuff NK!
My Finished Maps | My Challenge Maps | Ghoraja Juun, my largely stagnated campaign setting.
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Yeah, I kinda did the cover.
The Background is a screenshot from D&D online:
Which I tweaked o so little in Photoshop
The Yuan-Ti I drew this afternoon, and then kinda colored in Photoshop.
Sure, it's not the best cover, but its my cover
More to the Adventure
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Very cool Neonknight! It looks like a lot of work, but it should also be so much fun
I remember I used to scribble my own adventures on a piece of paper and made some maps with a ruler and a pencil. This looks so much better
But hey, I was 12 back in those days and we only played basic D&D.
Last edited by NeonKnight; 12-16-2008 at 07:12 PM.
Yet still another encounter has been built/added to the adventure.
This is a LOT of fun.
I am also attaching a higher res of the inside regional map for the adventure.