I had the desire to make another geomorph tonight, only this time, I wanted to use a different background.  So, instead of the standard scribble that I was using, I made a little symbol of just some rocks and a single bone, then put them in the geomorph as the background.  I like the results, but may play around a bit more and make a slightly different one.

This geomorph is very simple it has a couple of rooms, some doorways, a few secret passages, and some stairs.  Other than that, it is wide open for any GM to fill what what ever evil or harmless items and monsters that they want.  I hope you enjoy it, let me know what you think!

 

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I drew my fifth geomorph last night, but then was too tired to post it.

There is a lot going on in this geomorph, lots of actually passageways and doorways.  There is a little room at the top with water in it, connected to most of the other passages.  A small room at the bottom has a carving of the sun on the floor, while the big room at the top has a pentagram.  Once again, there is a room not connected to any of the others, but it does have a stairway leading down.  I had the thought that someone could come up into this lone room from a lower level to find a worthwhile reward there.

Whatever you decide to do with it, I hope you have as much fun using it as I did making it!

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Well, I got the geomorph fever again tonight and couldn’t go to bed without finishing this one.  My motivation for this one was circles!  I wanted to have a bunch of overlapping circles at first, that had little trapdoors or something leading down through them.  That didn’t work out however, so I just went with the basic circle theme. You don’t see circular rooms very often in a dungeon crawl, so I thought it would make this geomorph feel a little more unique.

The only features in this geomorph are the giant pit, the pool of liquid, the secret door, and the mushrooms.  Yes those are mushrooms, at least in my mind.  In your game they might be rocks, or circular crystals, or baby jellies huddling together.  If you use it, let me know what you decide to make them!  As for the pool, my thought was either it is poisoned water, or it is some other type of opaque liquid, like mercury.  Whatever you choose, I hope you can use this geomorph and have fun with it!

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(Edit: I realized my geomorph was tragically flawed. So I edited it.)

I had some free time this morning and decided to make another geomorph. Snikle thought my geomorphs looked a little Sci-Fi, so I decided to run with that theme and add a slightly Sci-Fi element to the geomorph, mysterious obelisk. What could have broken the obelisk and knocked it to the floor? I also added two other man made items, a flimsy walkway across a pit, and a doorway from one cavern to another. In one of the caverns I added what looks like water, but I imagine it to be a massive blue ooze, waiting for unsuspecting victims.  Or perhaps many smaller blue oozes.  All up to the GM of course.

BearMeadows Geomorph 3

 

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