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    Map Handmade map of a noble manor - two levels

    First I will add some older handmade maps as I postet in "Member Introductions" beginning with this noble manor. The drawings are at least 10 years old and the map of the cellar is lost but they are still nice ones, I think. The descriptions are in german. If you have questions, just ask me.
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    Community Leader NeonKnight's Avatar
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    Love the handdrawn maps. Good Job!
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    Yep, this is classic roleplaying stuff
    I wish I had kept some of my handdrawn maps from when I was still a teenager and playing D&D. Ah well...
    Check out my City Designer 3 tutorials. See my fantasy (city) maps in this thread.

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    Very cool...
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    sehr gut.

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    Those are in great condition for being 10 years old.

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    Thank you. It's from a compaign I've mastered in the late nineties. A group of young adventurers visited an old charakter of mine in this building. He has retired from his adventures and I placed him as a NPC in this noble manor. That's why I've spent some time for drawing this map.

    At last I've a lot of documents of my compaigns back to the eighties but there are only a few real good maps among them.

    @Brashnir: Danke schön.

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