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Faeriss

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My Dungeon a week
« on: 01. April 2010, 17:29:09 »

Hi, I'm french designer
For fans of maps and plans, or for the dungeons users during parts of D & D, I launch my blog SIMULaccro on the challenge: "A Dungeon per week". Each week you will discover a new dungeon any good to use or enjoy! Largely inspired by what you do, I intend to regularly published a new dungeon. But it seems that the maps and plans as "keep" does not seem attracted little or home in France. Who knows why. However, this can be an excellent support for all parts of role playing, and assists a game master in his heavy task of preparing parts game

Below here is the first my ship, which opens to the next card in the same format. Regarding the presentation, I can already say that they will geomorphic, that is to say they can assemble them, and regardless of the direction that we can give them.

In addition, for use as a game board, I scaled the dungeon aligned with the standard Dungeons & Dragons ?; on the grid, each cell is 2.5 cm and a box of 1.5 m in the game world.

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Re: My Dungeon a week
« Reply #1 on: 02. April 2010, 11:32:05 »

So your maps are all compatible and can e arangend in any combination? Very nice!
But no legend or numbered rooms, more like a toolbox to build different halls, right?
You always use the "same" graphictheme or..? (sry the questions, but I can't find your blog and the mapfile seems to be hosted somewhere else).
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Re: My Dungeon a week
« Reply #2 on: 02. April 2010, 11:51:44 »

You can find his maps in this blog category :
http://en.simulaccro.over-blog.com/categorie-11286011.html
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Re: My Dungeon a week
« Reply #3 on: 02. April 2010, 19:51:00 »

Ah, thanks!
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Re: My Dungeon a week
« Reply #4 on: 02. April 2010, 21:59:54 »

Your blog is great, but I'm a bit perplexed; didn't the French version of D&D used 2 meters squares instead of 1.5 meters square? Was that one of your homebrew?

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« Reply #5 on: 03. April 2010, 18:03:45 »

Your blog is great, but I'm a bit perplexed; didn't the French version of D&D used 2 meters squares instead of 1.5 meters square? Was that one of your homebrew?

Hello
In version 3.5 of Dungeons and Dragons, that's it: on the grid, each cell is 2.5 cm and a box of 1.5 m in the game world.
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Re: My Dungeon a week
« Reply #6 on: 04. April 2010, 08:52:58 »

Dungeon a week - Map No. 2

Second dungeon online ! Little or no originality is a plan to keep the symmetrical shapes. In the center, one can imagine a temple or a crypt. To you to work your imagination! And do not forget that the first map may well join the one below ...

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Re: My Dungeon a week
« Reply #7 on: 06. April 2010, 20:40:27 »

Dungeon a week - Map No. 3

This is the third module for the mega-dungeon under construction!
To improve the concept, I did in the novel. Thus, you may notice a tile light brown and two rows of statues.
This helps spice without overwhelming, and leaves the MD total freedom in his personal creation ...

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« Reply #8 on: 13. April 2010, 19:30:47 »

Dungeon a week - Map No. 4

This dungeon is a central arena. Around four balconies overlooking the stage. Bottom right, you can see a secret passage that allows to move from the arena floor. And with this, as a bonus, some pits tips to spice up the adventure of exploration!

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Re: My Dungeon a week
« Reply #9 on: 17. April 2010, 19:50:31 »

Dungeon a week - Map No. 5

This week is a module with a dungeon room in the basement with a small platform (an altar, perhaps?), A corridor with columns and a secret door put there for fun.

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Re: My Dungeon a week
« Reply #10 on: 20. April 2010, 05:28:57 »

Dungeon a week No.6
In my sixth dungeon, I have done a grid with two different colors, I am amused to distort the corridors with a few curves, and I added a room in a watering point (a sink, fountain or a pool?) and in one corner, a statue pedestal.

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« Reply #11 on: 28. April 2010, 16:33:49 »

Dungeon a week No.7
The seventh tower is characterized by a mixture of rooms built of brick and natural caves. We may see a chasm through which flows a small stream, on which stands a wooden bridge close enough. A terrace overlooking the site, and guards may very well positioned to monitor access to the bridge ...

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Re: My Dungeon a week
« Reply #12 on: 29. April 2010, 11:24:49 »

If you don't mind me asking, what program(s) do you use to make your dungeons?  I've been looking for a good program lately and I really like the way your dungeons come out.  I have rudimentary graphic design knowledge, and I imagine it might take a while for my projects to come out as nice as yours, but it's something I want to get into nonetheless.
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« Reply #13 on: 29. April 2010, 18:15:39 »

I work with Photoshop. And for your information, I use textures and layer styles  ;)
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« Reply #14 on: 04. May 2010, 15:35:02 »

Dungeon a week No.8
In this module, a ziggurat throne in the midst of these caves. Two statues face each other and they watch one of the passages possible to reach this monument rather unexpected. Is it metal? Unless this is the stone of obsidian? And what these red spots covering the ziggurat?

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