So I was inspired by Matt’s #Fridayfiveminutemap and wanted to see how fast I could make a simple map in CC3.  I decided to map the Mayor’s Office for two reasons:

1. I need this map for my Rise of the Runelords game (this is the main reason)

2. I wanted something that was not too big in scope so that it would be fairly quick to map.

I am actually quite pleased the results.  Using CC3, and mainly the Dungeon Designer 3 add-on (which is a must-have add-on in my opinion, it is a worthwhile investment), I was able to make the following map in about 15 minutes during my lunch break today.  This even includes making a new tool for the wall I ended up using.  Let me know what you think!  I’m happy with my results.

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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!

Let me know what you think!

 

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