Time for a free map! I love drawing maps for Dungeons & Dragons adventures. I have far too many, though, so I give away my hand-drawn maps any chance I get.
This week: Ruined Tower and Crypts
Here’s a map you can spring on your players. The labels may be misleading – after all, the map’s pretty old, and it may have passed through a few sets of hands and many years before it got to the current possessors…
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.
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2 thoughts on “Laidback DM: Free Map – Ruined Tower and Crypts”
Just a note on the archery slits in your fortress’ walls. Most fortress walls, the slits are reversed of what you show. The wide part was inside and the narrow on the outside. At some point they *may* have done them the way you show, but quickly learned that arrows and rocks were easily able to enter the wide part of the “V” and get funneled to the opening inside. When they put the narrow part of the “V” on the outside, they absolutely needed to hit the narrow opening to even attempt getting a projectile inside. Either orientation offered the same angle of attack from inside.
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Thanks, John. Looks like I’ll have to reverse my arrow slits in future. I think I have made a lot of maps with arrow slits like this, so I’ve got a lot that are wrong – DOH! 😊👍