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  1. I draw maps for the enjoyment. I figured I might as well post some of them up for people to get some use out of if they so desire.
  2. So whilst perusing the RPG drivethru website one day I stumbled across a set of 'print your own' type dungeon tiles by an outfit named Inked Adventures. I really liked the hand drawn aspect of the tiles and the old school map feel so I put the grab on them. There are a LOT of tiles in the set. There are 64 different tiles at 10x10" and then a second set of 64 that are the mirror of the first. They even have some printable pages for DM's to put notes about the different tiles complete with a thumbnail pic of the tile. I've assembled quite a few, each is printed on two pages (8.5x11 for US a
  3. What you see here is a dungeon map drawn by an eight year old. It kind of took me back to my early days of dungeon design, although I was older when I drew my first one. A guy on the Old School Gamers board on Facebook posted this picture. It is a dungeon map drawn by his eight year old son, who took up an interest in Dungeons and Dragons, and was given the Basic booklets by his proud and happy daddy. I approve of this sort of thing. Imagination should be exercised, and there is evidence that RPG obsessions, managed correctly, can seriously impact writing and math skills in a very posit
  4. This post was number 500. I decided I'd try to post something a little creative and perhaps interesting for number D (instead of just posting, "woot! 500" in one of the milestone threads). Right then, in a **different thread I posted these words: I kept thinking about what such a planet might be like as far as climate zones and weather. I find it intriguing because I like the notion of habitable worlds that are clearly not Earth-like (Greyhawk, Forgotten Realms, Old D&D, possibly Eberron, they're all knock-offs of Earth). I find something more original appealing. So far, the idea ha
  5. Thanks to Sean for this one. Looks pretty tempting. For $25, you get four double-sided maps of a village plus a hamlet. $20 gets you a digital versions of *all* the maps they make. DriveThruRPG has a crapton of digital 28mm maps already available, though. http://www.kickstart...asy-game-poster Finally, Paizo has several dead tree game map products, also available at Amazon: http://paizo.com/gameMastery/maps
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