Turgenev's Friday Freebie Maps

Turgenev

Adventurer
Heh, I was thinking of a possible dwarven temple (hence the double-headed axe). I also took inspiration from watching an episode of the 'Ancient World according to Terry Jones' where he talked about buildings in the ancient world often had rooms leading to other rooms without a central corridor. I decided to explore that idea

Besides, my spaceship maps look more like this... click to enlarge. ;)



Cheers,
Tim
 

dnd4vr

Keeper of the Seven Keys
Heh, I was thinking of a possible dwarven temple (hence the double-headed axe). I also took inspiration from watching an episode of the 'Ancient World according to Terry Jones' where he talked about buildings in the ancient world often had rooms leading to other rooms without a central corridor. I decided to explore that idea

Besides, my spaceship maps look more like this... click to enlarge. ;)



Cheers,
Tim
Useful for SWSE if I ever get to play it again.
 

Richards

Adventurer
I really like the Hyperion design - but I can't figure out what's going on in area 9, the steward cabin. The chair seems to be pointed at the wall (and do you have to climb over it to get into it?), and what do the line of circles there on the right represent?

Johnathan
 

Turgenev

Adventurer
I'm going from memory, since that map is from 2009, but I believe the chair in the steward cabin moves back to allow one to sit in it. Looking at it now, I would probably put the chair so it faces the other way. ;) I envisioned those circles to the right as being some sort of liquid dispensers (water, alcohol, some exotic refreshments).

Cheers,
Tim
 

Turgenev

Adventurer
Here is the February 14th, 2020 Friday Freebie map. Click to enlarge.





Map Details:
  • Areas 1 a), 4 a), 15 a), and 32 have pillars.
  • Areas 1 b), 1 c), 1 d), 6, 10, 12, 15 b), 15 c), 15 d), 21, and 24 b) are false doors (potential magical gates?).
  • Area 2 is a magical circle.
  • Areas 3, 9, and 28 are open pits.
  • Area 8 is a chute trap.
  • Areas 7 and 11 have statues blocking the corridors. Areas 35 c) and 35 e) have statues.
  • Areas 5, 13, and 14 are covered pit traps.
  • Area 17 has a pentagram.
  • Areas 4 a), 17 and 29 have braziers.
  • Area 23 has a large (magical?) mirror.
  • Area 24 c) is a falling block trap.
  • Area 25 leads to a potential new level (if the DM so chooses).
  • Area 29 has a pool/fountain of water.
  • Area 32 b) is a dais/raised platform with an altar (and pillars).
  • Area 33 and 35 a) are teleporters.
  • Area 35 b) represents water.

I have an Enhanced version of this week's Friday Freebie for sale here: Friday Enhanced Map: 02-14-2020 - Paratime Design | Dungeon Maps | DriveThruRPG.com

The February 14th, 2020 Friday Enhanced Map product contains a multi-layered PDF (allowing the options of white or black backgrounds, numbered or non-numbered areas, secret doors on or off, and grid or no grid, and all permutations) and a zip file with all relevant (16) map files as individual jpg images. All for a $2 (US)!

Cheers,
Tim
 
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Turgenev

Adventurer
And here is something a bit different. I took the February 14th, 2020 Friday Freebie map and added some colour (and tweaked a few things). Here are the results. Click to enlarge.





Cheers,
Tim
 

Turgenev

Adventurer
Here is the February 21st, 2020 Friday Freebie map. Click to enlarge.





Map Details:
  • This map is part one of two (see next week's map for the second instalment).
  • Areas 1 a), 29, 30, and 33 a) have pillars.
  • Areas 1 b) and 4 have statues.
  • Area 3 b) is a false double door.
  • Area 8 b) is an altar on a dais.
  • Area 9 has an open pit.
  • Area 11 has two niches cut into the left wall.
  • Area 14 b) has a large, star-shaped pillar.
  • Area 18 has a water pool/fountain.
  • Area 20 has a large pit that is surrounded by strange runes.
  • Area 33 b) is a covered pit trap.
  • Area 33 c) is a throne on a dais.

I have an Enhanced version of this week's Friday Freebie for sale here: Friday Enhanced Map: 02-21-2020 - Paratime Design | Dungeon Maps | DriveThruRPG.com

The February 21st, 2020 Friday Enhanced Map product contains a multi-layered PDF (allowing the options of white or black backgrounds, numbered or non-numbered areas, secret doors on or off, and grid or no grid, and all permutations) and a zip file with all relevant (16) map files as individual jpg images. All for a $2 (US)!

Cheers,
Tim
 

Turgenev

Adventurer
While this isn't a freebie (and it isn't Friday), I figured I would share.

I've created an Old School Blue composite map (consisting of 4 individual maps) that I'm selling at DriveThruRPG (for $5 US). It consists of a PDF that has multiple layers allowing the options for numbered/non-numbered areas, secret doors on/off, and grid/no grid. A zip file of all relevant images is also included.



The The multi-layered PDF and zip file can be found here: Old School Blue Map #1 - Paratime Design | Dungeon Maps | DriveThruRPG.com

Cheers,
Tim
 

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