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This small “dungeon” is home to a circle of elementalists who focus on water magics (who call themselves the Blue Warlocks). Excavated and expanded upon from a small cave that linked to an underground river, it now serves as workshops, training and teaching space, and as the repository of a small library of elemental lore.
As the name suggests, the waters here are magical in their own right – the Blue Warlocks use these waters to both enhance their magics and potions, as well as in the research into new spells and items. One of the original Blue Warlocks linked the source of the river to the elemental plane of water as well as a trickle of energy from the positive energy plane.
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What is going on in the big room at the top left?
Dyson Logos said:
Something interesting, no doubt.
On a VTT, what dimensions should I use? I’m trying to make it work on Roll20 but can’t make it fit
Dyson Logos said:
This is before I was producing files designed specifically for VTT, so the size of this image is off (ie: the canvas size isn’t a multiple of the grid size). It would need to be cropped a bit first – the squares are 240 pixels wide/tall.