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General Turgenev's Friday Freebie Maps

Turgenev

Adventurer
Here is the March 27th, 2020 Friday Freebie map. It is the upper most level of a fortress built in the side of a cliff. Click to enlarge.





Map Details:
  • Area 1. Natural landscape; see the March 13th, 2020 Friday Freebie/Enhanced Map for details.
  • Area 2. Lower balcony; see the March 20th, 2020 Friday Freebie/Enhanced Map.
  • Areas 3 a), 4 b), 7, and 19 have statues.
  • Areas 3 a) - d), 4, 18 a), 23, 25, and 27 have pillars.
  • Area 18 b) is an altar.
  • Areas 18 c) and d) are pools/fountains.
  • Area 19 is the upper balcony with parapets. There is a portcullis blocking access to the double doors.
  • Area 23 is in the shape of a sailing ship. This is a ship of the mind, a psionic ship that allows physical access (all those sailing in the ship) to the astral plane.

I have an Enhanced version of this week's Friday Freebie for sale here: Friday Enhanced Map: 03-27-2020 - Paratime Design | Dungeon Maps | DriveThruRPG.com

The March 27th, 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
Have you thought about putting out a print book?
It is certainly on my to-do list. It is something I'm working on to figure out the details (which maps to use and which versions of said maps -- that sort of thing). My regular schedule has kept me busy as well.

Cheers,
Tim
 

Turgenev

Adventurer
Here is the April 3rd, 2020 Friday Freebie map. It is the dungeon level of the cliff side fortress. Click to enlarge.





Map Details:
  • The row of dots are gates/bars.
  • Areas 1, 15, 16, 21 a), 25, 26, and 27 a) - c) have pillars.
  • The shaded sections with dotted outlines of areas 2, 29 e), and 31 b) have holes in their ceilings that connect to the covered pit traps of the March 13th Friday Freebie/Enhanced maps.
  • Areas 3 and 12 have open pits/wells (with holes in the ceilings that also connect to the open pits/wells of the March 13th Friday Freebie/Enhanced maps).
  • Areas 9, 16, 27 a) - c), and 22 have statues. The statue at area 9 blocks the corridor.
  • Area 16 has a dais.
  • Areas 19, 20, and 26 have covered pit traps.
  • Areas 27 d) - f) represents water that (eventually) connects to an underground river.

I have an Enhanced version of this week's Friday Freebie for sale here: Friday Enhanced Map: 04-03-2020 - Paratime Design | Dungeon Maps | DriveThruRPG.com

The April 3rd, 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
Here is the April 10th, 2020 Friday Freebie map. It is the continuation of last week's map. Click to enlarge.





Map Details:
  • Areas 1, 2 a), 2 d), 16 a), 18, 19 b), 20 b), 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, and 29 have water.
  • Areas 2 b), 13, and 15 have pillars.
  • Area 3 has a tapestry.
  • Areas 15, 16 b), and 16 c) have statues.

Here is how last week and this week's Friday Freebie/Enhanced maps fit together. Click to enlarge.



I have an Enhanced version of this week's Friday Freebie for sale here: Friday Enhanced Map: 04-10-2020 - Paratime Design | Dungeon Maps | DriveThruRPG.com

The April 10th, 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)!

Coming up next is the DriveThruRPG bundle link for the last five Friday Enhanced maps.

Cheers,
Tim
 
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Turgenev

Adventurer
From 2017 and onwards, all of my Friday Enhanced maps include unnumbered images. There is a layered PDF and a zip file with all relevant images. The map images are broken down as follows:

White background. numbers, secret doors/DM only icons
White background. numbers, no secret doors/DM only icons
White background. no numbers, secret doors/DM only icons
White background. no numbers, no secret doors/DM only icons
Black background, numbers, secret doors/DM only icons
Black background. numbers, no secret doors/DM only icons
Black background. no numbers, secret doors/DM only icons
Black background. no numbers, no secret doors/DM only icons

As of this year, I've included the above with the additional option of no grid versions. That doubles the map count from 8 to 16. ;)

Cheers,
Tim
 



Turgenev

Adventurer
Here is the April 17th, 2020 Friday Freebie map. Click to enlarge.





Map Details:
  • Area 1 has an extremely tall ceiling to accommodate the stairs/ledge along the south wall (and yes the pillars reach all the way to the ceiling).
  • Areas 1, 5 a), 12, 20 a), 25 a), 34 a), and 38 a) have pillars.
  • Areas 4 b), 5 b), 20 b), 34 b), 34 c), and 38 b) are false doors.
  • Areas 8. 19, and 35 are corridors with spears/arrows/darts traps set into the walls.
  • Areas 9 and 24 have statues.
  • Area 25 b) has a pool of water.
  • Area 14 is a covered pit trap.
  • Area 30 has a magic circle.
  • Area 39 has a falling block trap.

I have an Enhanced version of this week's Friday Freebie for sale here: Friday Enhanced Map: 04-17-2020 - Paratime Design | Dungeon Maps | DriveThruRPG.com

The April 17th, 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
 


dnd4vr

The Smurfiest Wizard Ever!
I was going through my various cartography work and came across this one from 2012ish. This was for a short-lived AD&D campaign set in the World of Greyhawk. Click to enlarge.



Cheers,
Tim
Interesting how large your city sprawls are! I am designing a city for a game right now and it is maybe 2 miles across at its widest, but you have several locations that are several hexes!
 


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