Caves, Dungeon, Dungeons & Dragons, Fantasy, Geomorph Mapping Challenge, Maps, Post Apocalyptic, RPG
After more than a year, I’ve gotten around to updating the Maps page so you can find maps on the blog without digging blindly through my old posts (mind you, I happen to enjoy digging blindly through my old posts, I find some really cool stuff that I’ve forgotten about along the way).
At current count I’ve got 102 different articles linked to from the Maps page now, and that doesn’t count any maps that are included in downloadable adventures, Dyson’s Delve, the nearly 200 geomorphs I’ve posted, or those maps that are stuff from the adventures I’ve played in instead of my own “true” creations.
We’ve got cities, towns, dungeons, caves, sewers, castles, ruins, towers and radioactive ruins out there – why aren’t you exploring them?
Simon Forster said:
I’ve been using your maps a lot. They’ve come in very useful 🙂
My game group has used 4 of your maps this year alone, plus going through the Frog God challenge of the Black Mire!
David Macauley said:
Thanks Dyson, I used one of your maps yesterday. 🙂
Very cool, bookmarked your Maps page to plunder in the future!
Ever considered doing another PDF release, like the Delve one, just of random maps?
Dyson Logos said:
Not only considered, but instead I’m one-upping it and doing a print book instead.
Man, this is the good stuff! Awesome *Electric guitars wailing* Wait, you were not in to whole guitar music thing. So let’s celebrate with *wub, wub, wah, wah, uns, unst* instead.
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I really dig your maps – for me they are evocative and therefore so easy to key that I usually have a bunch of them in my notes, just for the case my players decide to explore some hole in the ground I did not prepare beforehand.