Time for a free map! I love drawing maps for D&D adventures. I have far too many, though, so I give them away any chance I get.
This week: The Living Tower of Moka-Shul!
So, who is this Moka-Shul guy anyway? And what’s the go with his living tower? Well, I picture Moka-Shul as a powerful wizard, perhaps a Lich or Vampire. His tower exists on a lower plane and travels inter-dimensionally depending on its master’s whims. The tower is populated with all sorts of beasties the players will have to confront as they make their way to the top.
The tower is alive, the walls extruding living tentacles in surprise attacks that suck targets into fleshy maws that appear wherever the tower needs them. And the inhabitants aren’t immune to this either, which is why they regularly bathe in the waters of the fathom beast, one of Moka-Shul’s pets. The fathom beast sweats a particular oil that the tower recognises as friendly. But the fathom beast isn’t very amenable and often makes a meal out of bathers!
Above: Just right click and save.
This map is free to use for non-commercial purposes, as long as you acknowledge me and my website stevestillstanding.com. If you want to use it commercially, please send me an email and we can talk terms.
P.S. I’m writing a 48-page book of dungeon maps, adventures, tables and tips! Coming soon!
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