Man, you got way better with that than I did! That thing's bloody fantastic! Do you have one of those stylus/computer pens to make the roads and rivers so straight and great looking? Also, thank you!!!
Last Edit: Sept 28, 2014 16:26:54 GMT -6 by Merctime
Nah, I used the mouse pad/sensor-thing on my laptop. It's all free-hand. This is with the free version of hexographer, and my first attempt to use it. Anything NW of the Death Woods and Warrenberg is unexplored wilderness. Hoping that seeing the whole thing might help the players
Cpt John "Jack" Hammer 6A84A6 Age 22 male Rifle-1 SMG-1 Grav Vehicle-1 Tracked Vehicle-1 Gambling-1 Leader-1
Northern Group Dungeon Map, Level 2 (Nov 26, 2014 Edit; See below picture) Each square = 10 feet Top of map = North
-Mouse-Over map for title, Click for a larger map in a new tab
makofan, now that I'm comfortable with getting hand-drawn maps from my phone to my PC and uploading them, I will do my best to map at least our dungeon excursions and possibly our overland ones as well. I'm a firm believer that the DM shouldn't be handholding players mapping-wise, and apologize that this has taken me so long to do. I know I've basically 'cheated' this... Copying your maps whole-cloth. Tried to put in only parts we would have seen, and will from this point map as I should normally (Ask you about stuff )
-Stairs to level 3 added. At least I *think* they lead to level 3.
-'Open' tags on map highlight what we haven't explored yet. Maybe if we have the time/inclination, it might be a good thing to re-visit those areas?
Last Edit: Nov 26, 2014 11:21:48 GMT -6 by Merctime