Saturday, March 8, 2014
Player mapping in RPGs seems to have become a lost art. Many people would argue that player mapping slows things down and often isn't fun for the player who is "stuck" mapping. I'm going to argue those points one way or the other, but when going through my files, I did come across what I think is a fairly entertaining set of player made maps. Here we have two examples of maps made by my players during a dungeon crawl many years ago. I particularly like the Tim Woodsman on the second picture.
Wednesday, March 5, 2014
Here is the incomplete map of the third level of the dungeon. Someday I may go back and finish this one. There was supposed to be a flooded level below this one as well, accessed via the small spiral staircase near the center of the map, but I never started on that.
Tuesday, March 4, 2014
Monday, March 3, 2014
Here is the second level of the dungeon that I posted the yesterday. It's a bit bigger than Level 1 and has more water. This level of course has an evil shrine of some sort, because evil shrines are in this season. I wonder what's in the pool? Probably nothing with tentacles and teeth...
Sunday, March 2, 2014
It's Miniatures Monday again and here we have yet another hulking savage from the northern wastes. His weapons look a whole lot more like meat cleavers than swords, but somehow I'm guessing he's not planning to use them on a side of beef!
I'm still going through my old RPG maps and slowly scanning them. Here we have Level 1 of a dungeon that I based on a place where I used to work. Of course there is a well. There always has to be a well. Stay tuned for Level 2!