his multi-series post will walk you through the basics: from choosing the shape of the land and placing terrain features, to placing cities and establishing “end-game” material for your party to work towards, as well as converting your world map to a digital copy.
This week, I’m bringing you another installment of my “Online Gaming Tools” series as we tackle mapmaking products.
Dyson of Dyson Logos, the best site for D&D cartography on the internet, posted about how D&D BECMI creator Frank Mentzer used a single map over 30 times when running D&D in public
After trying my luck with some indoor dungeon maps I wanted to do something different.
Learning something you’ve never done before isn’t easy.