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Thread: [taken]Lite Challenge Suggestion: Wild

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    Sometimes the wilderness needs to be mapped. I think this would be a good idea for the lite challenge because the "wild" doesn't have lots of toponyms (names of places) yet, and often the maps of newly-charted areas tend to be simpler than those areas that have been mapped out and meticulously refined over and over again. Think of the words chaotic, uncivilized, and primitive.

    Here are some ideas that would fit within the "wild" theme (remember that they should be simplistic maps) :

    Region maps:
    Uninhabited or primitively settled island archipelago
    Barbarian or Animal territories
    Newly discovered wilderness resource
    Treasure map in uncharted/strange area
    Newly settled alien planet

    City maps:
    Wild West cowboy town
    Space station overrun by wild aliens
    Elven tree village
    Desert oasis

    Structure maps:
    Tribal tent
    Lost shrine/ruins
    Wilderness battlemap
    Abandoned starship

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    This is perfect for D&D groups who just want to run around in the woods and find things and take their stuff. It's also good practice for doing something like Lewis & Clark did...living where I do I hear about it all of the time.
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