With the latest updates, it is now possible to use the map-maker to generate a campaign world from scratch or custom design it, add cities and locations, add military units and then have them battle.
You can increase the map area, start adding grids or muck around with the edges within a minute or arriving at the page.
The cartographer will also include rivers, lakes and waterfalls on the map and additional small elements like boats or sea monsters in the water.
At Crafty Dice you can design rooms and close up tiles to your exacting specifications.
You do not need a paid-for version of the program to use the fog of war feature.
A system to produce randomly designed spacecraft interior maps for tabletop RPGs.
This fantasy town generator uses a simple and abstract art style, which might well be more fitting for the cartographers of your game, and it adds NPCs.
If you don't have much cash then 2-Minute Table Top's free section is a gold mine.
The Generator has two components that work differently. The first is the visual map generator which requires you to roll d8 and d12, cross-reference the results and add the resulting element to your map.
We’ve already been treated to one million square feet of RPG battle maps and then one million square feet of volcanic island battle maps from cartographer Zatnikotel (aka Lez Johnson). Now we have 1 million more as The One Million: Dungeon Dimensions series has just gone live, for free, on Deviant Art. The name is misleading, though, this time around Zatnikotel has created an incredible 2.25…