For this week's freemapfriday I give you a small dungeon map. It isn't my best work, but rapidly produced Microsoft Word work... but all in all I think it came out pretty well. As usual, free for private or commercial use, attribution appreciated but not required, and please share with us what you've done with the map because it encourages me to keep these exercises up.?
And as usual, a B&W version for the old schoolers out there: here.
Paul Lesack created a great 2-page quick reference accessory for Covert Ops and asked us if we wanted to share it. Obviously, we HAD to share it! For those of you looking for something a little lighter than the GM screen we built for the game, this is the option you're looking for.
And if you still haven't picked up a copy of Covert Ops, what are you waiting for?
This time for our freemapfriday exercise, I offer you a floor plan of a 3-level castle. This castle would have had more to it (stairs, for one!), but I ran out of the 1-hour time allotment I give these experiments I share. Feel free to complete it yourself and share with others!
This file is exceptionally large, because I made it for print on 11x17 paper at 300dpi. As usual, free for private or commercial use, attribution appreciated but not required. Let us know how/if you made use of this, we enjoy the feedback.»Read more
Another attempt at a spaceship design, this one using similar techniques to those used in freemapfriday #10, though this one is a shorter, stockier ship with two levels to the fore section. I made two large cargo holds as well, and adopted a single long spine-like approach to the interior floorplan. Hope someone enjoys it.
And because I was being experimental, I also made two other versions, maybe you'll prefer one of these:
This progress update is brought to you by Mark Mizak:
I am currently editing a submission for a supplement for the Keranak Kingdoms. Am over half way through the preliminary editing, which is primarily for syntax, style, and grammer/typos. After that I will talk with Bill about how to best format the supplement, then send it back to the author for any additions from his end or changes we may want.
I am also “working” on the Beastiary. I put my contribution in quotes because truthfully I have done very little. We have a lead man on this (Ben Gorman) who is doing great work, communicating thoroughly with Bill, and I am keeping my hand in it with occasional comments. This is one of the projects that Larry Moore had been spearheading and neither Bill nor I were exactly sure where it stood. Happy to report it is much farther along than we had feared. This will be a great addition to BBF and I can’t wait ‘til you all get a chance to see it.»Read more