On the theme of last week’s Friday Map, here’s another tomb with two entrances. In this case the caves have been expanded in some places to become additional tombs, and deep within the caves is the final resting place of some minor hero, now replaced by the local kobolds who have buried their greatest leader here and secretly come once a month to venerate his remains.
[Friday Map] The Kobold’s Tomb
30 Friday Nov 2012
This is an awesome map, it’s interesting looking and practically tells the story on its own. Thanks, Dyson!
Another great map, Dyson! I’ll have to borrow this one as the “dog-faced” KO-Balds are my favorite dungeon denizens of time!!
A query: are you still doing the “five-minute” map postings or has that fell to the wayside? Just curious is all.
Dyson Logos said:
Thanks. I’m actually not a kobold fan (especially after experiencing Tucker’s Kobolds too many times), but sometimes they are needed.
The five minute maps I may continue with… or not. Although I *have* managed to get an old friend to start drawing again with them. http://stonewerks.wordpress.com/
Not sure what Tucker’s Kobalds are, but these are the ones I dig the most!!
Chrome Magnum Man said:
Tucker’s Kobolds: https://rpgcharacters.wordpress.com/2012/04/04/tuckers-kobolds-redux/
Very nice. I’ve been looking to run the Kobold King (D0-D1.5) series from Paizo but I do not really like the feel and look of the maps provided. You’ve given me some devious inspiration! I think I’m going to look through some of your older stuff and come up with an amalgamation and adaptation. Slurk riding kobolds and an ancient Azlanti tomb.
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Simon Hogwood said:
I like this one – it’s got several nice examples of tunnels crossing over each other, an added bit of complexity that I find makes your maps especially interesting. The broken arch in the upper right corner is especially intriguing – there’s got to be something good in that isolated chamber, right?