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.…
Isometric maps are those set at an angle to create a 'fake 3d effect' and are popular with old school computer RPGs as a result.
You can now generate a whole dungeon in just the time it takes your web browser to load. If you don't like it, hit enter, and in a flash, you'll get a new map to explore.
Cubicle 7 has given fans a look at the cartography from the forthcoming second edition of The One Ring RPG.
That's not the only change, there's been enhanced building updates, improvements to warp mode which lets you make small adjustments to the settlements, a more attractive (but not movable) legend, changes to how water is drawn, and there can now be more than one park in a city.
IKEA have the tabletop on their website too where is currently marked down to only $47. It's available here in the UK for £60.
What makes Wondercraft's lasso so impressive is that it automatically fills in the land in keeping with your map, or the sea, as you make changes.
Let’s say you don’t want to spend a penny, don’t want to download any software, that you are in a hurry and you need to generate a fantasy map for your RPG campaign.…
Wizards of the Coast have now confirmed that Guild Masters’ Guide to Ravnica is the next D&D setting (along with Eberron) but for a while, the RPG community only had rumour and an unexplained listing on Amazon to discuss.…