@Monsen Here are the maps for the Kaballah Ruins.
Wow. Quenten's been busy.
And here are the maps from @jmabbott in the atlas. Thanks for a great submission. And according to my records, I have now processed the entire back log. Again, tell me if I forgot anything.
That is just incredible, Remy!
Thank you for putting it all together. That must have taken several days.
Well done all of us, but particularly Remy Monsen for his great leadership and management of the Atlas.
@Monsen Here is the Blackrock map. I'll do the initial mine map (1 or 2 levels), if that's OK, after watching your upcoming Livestream. I'll be sure to leave an opening for other cartographers to add levels if they choose.
Thanks @jmabbott, it is now in the atlas.
My area is currently experiencing a power failure, power company estimates it will be fixed in a couple of hours. Atlas will be down until the power is back.
Thanks for letting us all know, Remy.
Sorry to hear you are having trouble.
Seems to be back now.
I think that's reasonably efficient. Took 40 minutes from the time the power disappeared and until the power company had sent people to the location, found whatever problem it was, and fixed it, and that's at 1am in the morning. Way short of the 3 hours they predicted. I am generally quite happy with the power stability here, things like this usually only happens once every 5 years or so, and it is always quickly fixed.
Their notification system is quite efficient too, the power outage map on their website appears to be nearly real time. It is the first thing I check when power goes out, and it was fully updated when I checked just a minute after the power went out, no way a human would have had the time to update it. Email and SMS notifications dropped into my inbox immediately after that.
I'd like to map this part of Panaur on Doriant.
Great. It's yours. Enjoy mapping.
@Monsen regarding my Fane of the Swamp God map, can I put it in the Caswaron Fens on the Truthwithiel map on Peredur?
If you'd prefer, I can do a regional map of the area.
And a regional map would be great if you want to do one.
I’ll give it a crack!
Can I just say, the atlas is bloody great. Setting my groups game in Nibirum and play testing the Temple of Ankun-za adventure tonight and it was good fun. A bit rusty, running a game on Roll20 with the tokens and stuff (which our group prefers over theatre of the mind - FWIW, playing a D100 RPG, not D&D or clone). Makes it very easy, though as a suggestion, having a download of each map as a 70ppi JPEG as well as the Hi-res PNG version would be extremely helpful in situations where you need a map unexpectedly.
Come on mappers, let's get mapping and fill that sucker up!
I checked my thread over on Dragon's foot. There have been about 2200 views. The rest are me answering questions and posting updates.
I have been asked to take on:
St. Cei's Beloved Cathedra in Trustan on Peredur. Please let me know if available.
Don't have a reservation for it, so it is yours. Happy mapping.
@Calibre Thanks for this, it is great. I hope you will get around to the crypt sometime.
I love the feel of this map :)
Perhaps the only thing I would change is to draw those outer walls as polygons, so that I could align the brick fill with the direction of the wall section.
They should be and ack! I knew I forgot something. Know how you stare at your artwork and go...hmm, something isn't right. What?!?!? LOL. My instructor in college used to make us look at our work with a mirror to see 'flaws' more easily. Maybe I should start doing that again heh. And, thanks! :)
This what you mean, Sue? I hope.
PS: I had major issues with CC3+/DD3 which I will open a new discussion on.
@monsen Here is my submission, thanks.
Got a lot of new atlas maps ready.
Work caused me to work both late and weekends, so I've been a bit behind in getting these updates out, which unfortunately seems to have been combined with several contributors being extra active.
So, my apologies for the delays, and enjoy all the new maps. Links in the following posts.
Thanks to all of you for your great contributions.
As far as I know, that's my entire backlog, so let me know if I have forgotten something.
First of all, here's a lot of maps from our faithful contributor @Quenten:
Then @JimP have a few nice isometric dungeons:
And @Wyvern is continuing his work detailing the northwestern regions of Alarius:
Finally, new Atlas contributor @Ricko Hasche has provided a large collection of maps, and is still working on more. Welcome to the atlas, and thanks for contributing.
Are you going to include the two overland maps I did ? Or do they need more work ?