And thanks for adding a map in your first post. It has a nice, classy D&D look and feel to it. Have some rep!
Hey everyone, awesome site and amazing maps I've seen posted. I'm making my first original campaign from the ground up and plan to post my progress, and share the maps and campaign info. I've never run a game before, but I have a good feel on how it should be done.
Here's just a little low level kobold hideout encounter with the kobolds' cave headquarters for their trade route raids.
PCs enter a cave and find a narrow (squeeze) passageway  that leads into a proper dungeon hallway. After a trap at the entrance slows them up, a barrage of arrows starts towards them as the Kobolds have an arrow slit  built in the wall facing down this entryway. Once the PCs enter and start dispatching the now scrambling Kobolds, they can explore this hideout. There is a dining/cooking area  with some prison bars , and a large training room  with a freshwater fountain . PCs can find the leader's room  and when the eventually kill the leader and find the secret trigger, they can access the secret passageway to the treasury of all the raids.
My first original map design, built in maptool with Torstan's beautiful tileset
Good stuff, looks nice. Hope you do some more. Oh, and welcome.
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..and for having a map in your intro post have some more rep. *bonk*
Great use of Torstans's tiles, looking forward to seeing more of your ideas coming to light.
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Welcome to the Guild! That is a fine looking Map!