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    One more question: grid or no grid?

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    MapTool has its own grid, so I'd advise leaving it off.

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    Ok...here's the 100 px version, in 2 halves. Let me know if these are a pain to use, and I can upload the whole map to a filesharing site.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails E1 - e3-a1-death-calls-100-px-top-.jpg   E1 - e3-a1-death-calls-100-px-bottom-.jpg  

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    Next encounter.

    Are things like the little triangles for difficult terrain needed in MapTool, or should I get rid of those too?
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    They can be added via MapTool markers, but speaking as a GM I'd almost prefer you keep them, so that I do less work. You may want to offer a version with and a version without, since I can certainly imagine other GMs wanting to place them themselves (so that they can be hidden if necessary).

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    Great work Wonko! Thanks heaps. Yes, 100px maps are best but to be honest I'm more than happy with 50px versions where needed. Gridless is definitely best, otherwise I have to match the MT grid to the one on your map - which is easy enough if they are exactly 50px maps but still another step I have to take. Again, I defintely think the difficult terrain markers are best on your map - as Giddle said it's one less step I have to take.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gidde View Post
    MapTool has its own grid, so I'd advise leaving it off.
    I'd sure love to have them with grid. Please?

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    ...and the next one; in 2 halves again, with and without a grid.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails E1 - e3-z2-vile-workings-1-100-px-grid-.png   E1 - e3-z2-vile-workings-2-100-px-grid-.png   E1 - e3-z2-vile-workings-1-100-px-no-grid-.png   E1 - e3-z2-vile-workings-2-100-px-no-grid-.png  

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    Adding the grid to the previous maps pushed the size over 7 MB...I'm not sure why, since it's the same number of pixels.
    Looks like I'm going to have to find a place to host the full files, since I personally think splitting them into halves is just making more work.

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    Try saving it as .Jpg instead of .png as that made a huge difference for me.
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