Category Archives: Maps

Journeyman: It is finally published!

After many years of developing and playtesting (thirty years actually!), I’ve finally published my Journeyman game, which runs in the world of Navah. Also published are a price list for players and a map of the Barony of Rodes, which … Continue reading

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Mockman’s Works, Gathered

Matt Schmeer gathered Mockman’s various works and linked to them at https://rendedpress.blogspot.com/2016/11/list-of-d-module-walkthrough-maps-by.html  Check it out!

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Navah: The Sixth Campaign Begins

It took much longer than I thought it would, but the sixth campaign in Navah has begun. I finished the rules (180 pages), which was a little hard to believe. My first working version was in 1988, and they have … Continue reading

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MERP: Isles of Rhunaer (Sea of Rhun)

The most detailed map for the Sea of Rhun in publication is pretty sketchy, at least for Nabal Mayzri, where our adventures are roaming (below). Since we’re playing in the region, I thought we needed a better map. We are … Continue reading

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NAVAH: The Map of Barony Rodes

I decided I needed a map of the entire barony for this campaign, so I created county maps of Martabus, Ruthven, and Braedt, and then stitched them together to create a 30×30 inch map of the barony, then printed it … Continue reading

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Navah Mapping Binge Nearly Done

When we started “The Inheritance” campaign, with Alexios inheriting the Barthold holding of The Pass, I knew I was going to need to know a lot more about the world around them to make the campaign work well. So I … Continue reading

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MERP: Trying to Map Middle Earth

I got pretty obsessed with Middle Earth again when I started playing MERP. Pete Fenlon put together a bunch of great Middle Earth maps that were published through ICE in the 1980s, and I have all of those (I think) … Continue reading

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