Category Archives: Maps

Rolisteam – A Nice Virtual Tabletop

More and more I learn how much the gaming community has matured, largely through the wonderful projects that I stumble across. When doing one of my periodic searches for roleplaying materials in French (search for “Jeux de roles” if you … Continue reading

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Ruined City Generator

Playing the Mutant World sandbox campaign, I needed a generator for ancient ruins. Thankfully, a good one exists at http://wizardawn.and-mag.com/tool_acity.php  It generates a ruined city map from geomorphs created by Amanda Michaels for Dave’s Mapper (see the list of city … Continue reading

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National Geographic’s Map of Medieval England

This is a fantastic map, and would make a great tool for a game of Pendragon. Check out a huge version of this map at https://alcuinofyork.files.wordpress.com/2012/03/medieval-england-map.jpg

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Another Map from Dyson — The Turning Tower

I’m definitely using this… someday. The Turning Tower is a stout three-tiered tower on the Plains of Dross. An ugly black blight upon the landscape, highlighted by brass doors; every hour or three the three rings of the tower rotate … Continue reading

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Another Dyson Map — The Sahuagin Mound

Gotta love Dyson’s maps. This one could be used for my Frogfolk or anyone else who lives in muddy homes. Under the sea Under the sea Darling it’s better Down where it’s wetter Take it from me Up on the … Continue reading

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A Manor Farm on Ancient Earthworks, Bolnhurst, Bedfordshire

This map could spark an adventure or two in a medieval or COC setting. Hillfort: OS Grid Reference – TL 0849 5985 Also Known as: The Camp Archaeology & History This much disturbed Iron Age ‘hillfort’ is effectively a large … Continue reading

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A Cenote Cave Map

Those in my campaign know that most of the underground adventuring in Navah is in caves and caverns. In my youth I did some caving around Bloomington, Indiana, and vastly enjoyed it. Some are now closed (according to this list) … Continue reading

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Mapping Navah

I’ve been working on mapping Navah again. The output from Fractal Terrains 3 has made that job a bit easier, although I have to patch together screen captures from the world map to make it all work. As the party … Continue reading

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More Maps of Old Dungeons by Jason Thompson

Here’s a few I missed somehow along the way: Steading of the Hill Giant Chief Isle of Dread Glacial Rift of the Frost Giant Jarl Ravenloft Slave Pits of the Undercity Lost Caverns of Tsojcanth And a map for a … Continue reading

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The Village of Hommlet

Jason Thompson has created another cartoon map of a classic module, this time it’s the Village of Hommlet. Really takes me back! So I did a brief web search for other things related to that module, and found these: The … Continue reading

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