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Writing Modules and Module Assets

Writing Modules and Module Assets

A place to discuss the fine art of creating modules.


Please post links to your modules, text from modules in progress, ideas you've been thinking about, etc.


Also post art, maps, fonts, stats, and other module assets.

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  • hairylarry
    I found this cool resource on a couple of different blogs.

    https://watabou.itch.io/one-page-dungeon
    One Page Dungeon by watabou
    One Page Dungeon by watabou
    One page dungeon generator
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  • hairylarry
    Ok, I just read Tenkar's review, Kickstarter - Dungeon Craft: Build your own battle maps!

    https://www.tenkarstavern.com/...raft-build-your.html

    Now here's an idea.

    Anyone ever play Mr. Potato Guy, a pick and choose picture maker for kids. You can put up a blank face and then drag and drop eyes, noses, hair, hats, etc. Plus they have scenery backgrounds and you can add butterflies, birds, flowers. And so on.

    It is like so extremely easy to use that it's a favorite with preschoolers

    Now imagine a program like this for DnD Maps. Your backgrounds can be squares or hexes in different sizes laid over grass, sand, snow, stone, etc. Two picklists, change anytime.

    Then you drag trees, shrubbery, dungeon walls, doors, whatever. These assets could be grouped together in sets, a dungeon set, a woodlands set, an ocean set, etc. Swap and share from any group of assets.

    Then you print your map on your color inkjet printer.

    Ok, how about this. You can pick the size of your map in terms of a grid of 8 1/2 x 11 pieces of paper. 2x3, 3x3, etc. Then when you print it prints all the sheets out for you to assemble into a table size map. Tape them up or use spray adhesive to glue them to a $1 piece of poster board.

    Wouldn't that be great!

    Ok, I just read Tenkar's review, Kickstarter - Dungeon Craft: Build your own battle maps!

    https://www.tenkarstavern.com/...raft-build-your.html<...See more
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    Here's the very rough map I mentioned on today's podcast. I made it using LibreOffice Draw using a dot grid I made in Inkscape. If there's interest, I can share more.
    Aug 10 '19
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    Aug 10 '19
    Thanks
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    Aug 10 '19
    You're welcome!
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