There is a stout tower along the Akkedis Trail that is decorated with massive white chunks of stone along its battlements. To those who pass through its shadow on the trail it has become known as either the Crown of Teeth, or the Titan’s Teeth.
It is said that the “teeth” were pulled from the ancient corpse of a primordial titan of wind and sight. The same tales would claim that the teeth confer some of the titan’s powers to those who stand atop the tower, granting the ability to see incredible distances and to accurately shoot at twice or three times the normal range of a longbow.
The Titan’s Teeth has four levels above ground (plus the battlements) one level half underground and a final “dungeon” level underground that contains a secret passage to the surface some distance away.
This is the first map released on the blog under a fully free commercial license. This map is posted as a PNG format file (instead of my usual JPG) so you can download it and use it at home or in any personal or commercial project. You can use, reuse, remix and/or modify the maps that are being published under the commercial license on a royalty-free basis as long as they include attribution (“Cartography by Dyson Logos” or “Maps by Dyson Logos”).
For those that want/need a Creative Commons license, it would look something like this:
Cartography by Dyson Logos is licensed under a
Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
Again, this shouldn’t need repeating, but this only applies to these two maps in this post!
This free license to use and abuse this map is courtesy of the many awesome patrons who have supported the Dodecahedron through my Patreon Campaign. This past month we saw a surge in patrons that brought the campaign over the $300 mark. Awesome people like James, Josh (who has his own Patreon campaign here), Barry Fujii, Brandon Kern, Phill Everson, Ryan Stoughton and Pablo “Hersho” Domínguez have all contributed to making this map not just free for your personal use, but for anyone’s commercial use also. Not to mention paying my rent and putting food on my table.
Even better, the more we bring in each month, the more maps will be released under this free commercial license!
So, once again, click on those maps, download them, and have fun remixing, reusing, abusing, stocking and doing whatever it is you want with them. These maps are yours now – I have sent them out into the wilds and look forward to seeing them again.