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    Post Maps and plans for a medieval RPG

    This is some maps I made years ago for my campaign.
    I choose not to fill the floor to save my printer and my bucks .
    But be sure that all the items for encounters are there.

    Enjoy
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    I like the see through floor, it gives an original clean look. And the map itself is well layed out.
    What software did you use?

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    Nice map, what software ?

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    oOps...

    Thx for comment... I forget to say that I used Dundjinni

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    Very nice, I've never gotten this good results when i tried dundjinni. I guess it all comes down to practice.

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    Very nice indeed. I think the only thing I would do would be to lighten up the grid , but that's really a minor thing.
    My Finished Maps | My Challenge Maps | Ghoraja Juun, my largely stagnated campaign setting.

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    Post Very Nice

    Any chance of a version without the grid?


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    I think you could sell the floor better if you were to trim or mask the grid to the interior only instead of having it cover the entire page. I don't use Dundjinni, though, so I don't know how easy that is to do in that application.

    It's a very nice looking map as is, though, and I definitely approve of the economical approach to mapmaking.
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    Following is a map of the smithy ; a place where all adventurers have to visit to repair his stuff (at least)

    Also made with dundjinni, using the same tipology
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    Following is a postguard.

    As usual made by dundjinni
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