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    Map Viscar, The Ruined City

    As a sort of introduction, I'd like to post some maps I've done for a recent play-by-post D&D 4E game. I've been running PbP games for about 6 months now, and making maps for them for the same amount of time. These maps were for Viscar, an ancient city that lied in ruins and (as ancient ruined cities naturally do) hid an ancient evil.

    These maps were made in Photoshop, using many of the great objects from and a few found here as well. I made use of some textures found here and elsewhere, and some that I made myself using images found on

    The PSD files are too large to attach directly, but if there's a desire for them I can host them elsewhere and post links.
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    Welcome Aboard!

    ...and as an added bonus for uploading maps in your very first post (some nice maps too), have some of what we around here call 'rep' *bonk*
    My Finished Maps | My Challenge Maps | Ghoraja Juun, my largely stagnated campaign setting.

    Unless otherwise stated by me in the post, all work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 United States License.

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    Super cool. I'd love to see the PSDs if you have them.

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    Thanks for the kind words and the rep. I'm hoping to be able to become more involved in the community as one of my PbP games finishes up and I get more free time. Participating in the challenges looks like a lot of fun.

    Links to the (zipped) PSD files:

    I have more to share, but I don't want to just spew maps all over the place right out of the gate.

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