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Many parts of the city are built up over the ruins of civilizations that claimed these lands in ages past. While some forget the roots of the city, others are forced to confront them on a daily basis.
Forty feet below street level in one of the poorer districts of the city, the stairs to Hamel’s Well open up to an underground stream and pool bordered by ancient rooms made of fine stonework. Both doors out of the well room are locked at almost all times, but the southern door shows signs of frequent usage.
A gang of thieves (Toren’s Crew) operates out of the deeper ruins on the south side, but avoiding the natural caves down below. Both the members of Toren’s Crew and some of the townfolk who are down at the well most often have seen movement and the glitter of light from the north side structures. Most picture the northern area to be home to a lone hermit or perhaps a few shuffling undead – remnants of those who built these chambers in the shadowy past.
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Another great map Dyson. Can I ask what the ‘S’ symbol represents in the lower left part of the map? I imagine it as a secret door of some kind, joining the two sections together.
Dyson Logos said:
Indeed, that is exactly what it represents.
Thanks for the clarification. Glad I was right.
Long time reader, first time poster! I admit I like the simplicity of the ‘S.’ Fits nicely with the motif of your mapping style as well.
I’m a little confused on some of the elevation levels over on the right side of the map. I can’t quite seem to figure out how it all fits together. Something seems off.
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