Tag Archives: dungeon

The Well of Horrors

 

In the woods close to a small town, there is a temple of a small, but fast-growing cult. The cult has made its home in a gnomish workshop that was abandoned a long time ago. What happened to the gnomes, nobody knows or remembers anymore.

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This map was originally published on Patreon with the support of my awesome patrons in October 2018.

This work by Miska Fredman is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

Testing Printed Maps

I tested printing a section of a map I’m working on. The original was not drawn with a grid, so it doesn’t quite match, but works well enough IMHO. The grid is 1″ and the resolution fits virtual tabletop use as well. This is an exciting development for me as I’m trying to make my maps available for an even wider range of different use cases.

[Map] The Tomb of Nihilar

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The Tomb of Nihilar… a pyramid hidden in the jungle hides a horrible secret deep underground. There is an abandoned camp near the tomb entrance. The last entry of a diary found at the campsite says something about a secret door in the sacrificial chamber and how others must be stopped from getting the treasure.

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This map was originally published on Patreon with the support of my awesome patrons in September 2018.

This work by Miska Fredman is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

[Map] The Tomb of Devas

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When I started drawing this map, the big statue at the center of the main hall became a sort of a center piece for the whole map. I did not come up with a clear story for this map, but instead added various features that might offer different uses for this map.

Perhaps there are creatures living in the cave that pose as the deities that the temple was originally built for. Or maybe an earthquake has disturbed the magical balance of the tomb and something has woken. Or perhaps a cult is conducting their vile necromantic rituals and corrupted this tomb?

What ever the case might be, I’m pretty sure those statues might give some trouble to the adventurers…


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This map was originally published on Patreon with the support of my awesome patrons in September 2017.

This work by Miska Fredman is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

 

[Map] Drow Temple

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I don’t usually use graph paper as I find the grid somehow restrictive. Still, I felt like I was wandering off too much from my original mapping style and wanted to kind of rewind a bit backwards and try something simpler for a change.

When I started drawing this map it was supposed to be an ancient alien structure… well, it turned out to be a dungeon after all 😀

When I started adding details I felt that this could work as an underground library of sorts and instead of a dwarven library I wanted to do something different, so I added the spider-like statues to give the place a bit more drow feel to it. I thought that this could also be used in Star Wars RPGs as a Dark Side Sith temple of sorts.


For high-resolution waterstamp-free versions of this and other of my RPG maps, please check out my Patreon page and storefronts in DrivethruRPG and RPGnow.

This map was originally published on Patreon with the support of my awesome patrons in August 2017.

This work by Miska Fredman is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.