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    • CommentAuthorAvotas
    • CommentTimeAug 5th 2009 edited
     
    Hey, I just finished up my first catacomb map based on real-life inspiration. Yes, there are some artistic liberties taken here, but the over all structure is still what you would see in Via Latina. I plan on posting it, but I am curious with the fantasy aspect is desirable, or should I strip out all the furnishings and objects and give you something that is similar to the source map DVD's? This was created for a D&D game, so if you want me to leave that stuff in I can include some of my notes on traps, monsters, and history. Whata ya think?

    * Note: Those light grey "blocks" are actually stairs. The map is just too far zoomed out and too low resolution to make them out.



    Base map provided by The International Catacomb Society. http://www.catacombsociety.org/
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    Posted By: Avotasshould I strip out all the furnishings and objects and give you something that is similar to the source map DVD's


    It's your map, you do whatever you want with it !

    I like it a lot. It manages to give both D&D AND realistic feal and I wouldn't change it but for the stairs perhaps.

    Great link too. It makes me think of the Theban Mapping Project:
    http://www.thebanmappingproject.com/

    Good work!
    • CommentAuthorHenrie61
    • CommentTimeAug 6th 2009
     
    Nice looking dungeon.

    Bet my players would love to explore this one.
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    Keep them - people can always hide layers or sheets.
    • CommentAuthorAvotas
    • CommentTimeAug 6th 2009
     
    Good Deal!

    Thanks for the link Joachim de Ravenbel!

    Thanks for all the feedback ^^ I will type everything up and submit it soon.

    -Avotas