140 – That Old Inn

DON’T FORGET TO VISIT OUR MAP INDEX AND OUR PATREON FUNDING PAGE ! Hello Denizens of the Tower. This is an illustration of an inn/tavern. It comes with what you’d expect, a main room, bar, storage rooms, rooms for rent and a larder/kitchen. I created this illustration as the first sample of December’s token pack, which I’ll release tomorrow. It has everything necessary to create taverns and inns. Like past month’s packs and related products, no background lore is included, but tomorrow’s Patreon release will include 10 prebuilt tavern/house locations for you to use in home games and Roll20 games. Merry Holidays!

139 Heart of the Mountain – Merry Christmas

DON’T FORGET TO VISIT OUR MAP INDEX AND OUR PATREON FUNDING PAGE ! Download this map and PDF for FREE here  About this Resource This resource features the general description of dwarven city, it includes adventure ideas that can be scaled for parties in the heroic tiers (levels 1 to 10). Feel free to change or modify any or all the information found here. NPC names and settlement names are the first you should consider changing to accommodate your homebrew world lore. To modify the challenge rating of the adventure, you must first consider the power level of your party. Considering the PCs’ individual levels and number of players is crucial to presenting a good challenge. Not all parties are the same, different playing styles and command of the system in your party can increase or decrease their effectiveness in encounters. You may adjust the encounters slightly by adding or subtracting monsters. Alternatively, controlling…

138 Elven Outpost

DON’T FORGET TO VISIT OUR MAP INDEX AND OUR PATREON FUNDING PAGE ! About this Resource This resource features a general description of an elven tree outpost, it includes adventure ideas that are appropriate for low-level (levels 1 to 5) adventuring parties. Challenge Rating (CR) is calculated using a party of four as the model. Feel free to change or modify any or all the information found here. NPC names and settlement names are the first you should consider changing to accommodate your homebrew world lore. To modify the challenge rating of the adventure, you must first consider the power level of your party. Considering the PCs’ individual levels and number of players is crucial to presenting a good challenge. Not all parties are the same, different playing styles and command of the system in your party can increase or decrease their effectiveness in encounters. You may adjust the encounters slightly by adding or…

137 Ruins of Yûlash

DON’T FORGET TO VISIT OUR MAP INDEX AND OUR PATREON FUNDING PAGE ! About this Resource This resource features a general description of a ruined fort town, it includes adventure ideas that are appropriate for mid-level (levels 5-9) adventuring parties. Challenge rating is calculated using a party of four as the model. Feel free to change or modify any or all the information found here. NPC names and settlement names are the first you should consider changing to accommodate your homebrew world. To modify the challenge rating of the adventure, you must first consider the power level of your party. Taking into account PCs’ individual levels and number of players is crucial to presenting a good challenge. Not all parties are the same, different playing styles and command of the system in your party can increase or decrease their effectiveness in encounters. You may adjust the encounters slightly by adding or subtracting monsters. Alternatively,…

136 Hidden Laboratory

DON’T FORGET TO VISIT OUR MAP INDEX AND OUR PATREON FUNDING PAGE ! About this Resource This short adventure is appropriate for low-level (levels 2-4) adventuring parties. Challenge rating is calculated using a party of four as the model. Feel free to change or modify any or all the information found here. NPC names and settlement names are the first you should consider changing to accommodate your homebrew world. To modify the challenge rating of the adventure, you must first consider the power level of your party. Taking into account PCs’ individual levels and number of players is crucial to presenting a good challenge. Not all parties are the same, different playing styles and command of the system in your party can increase or decrease their effectiveness in encounters. You may adjust the encounters slightly by adding or subtracting monsters. Alternatively, controlling monsters with more intelligence and strategy is often the easiest way to…

135 Enchanted Forest

DON’T FORGET TO VISIT OUR MAP INDEX AND OUR PATREON FUNDING PAGE ! These days I have been working on this forest encounter map. It looks pretty and all but it is a real accomplishment for me. Brought possible after months of practicing and my patron’s generous support in my art. I tried new color schemes and techniques, you will see in this map some stuff I usually didn’t do before, mostly because of not really knowing how to. I added mist/fog. Some plants are submerged and transparency of the part under water looks great. I also added some illumination with fireflies! This encounter map is great for a Feywild adventure, and enchanted forest, and really any forested area with a touch of magic. For the Patreon release, I included versions with and without grids. Black and white and a special one with no fireflies. The maps’ dimensions are also compatible with Roll20. Like…

134 Fishers’ Cove

DON’T FORGET TO VISIT OUR MAP INDEX AND OUR PATREON FUNDING PAGE ! About this Resource Feel free to change or modify any or all the information found here. NPC names and settlement names are the first you should consider changing to accommodate your homebrew world. To modify the challenge rating of the adventure, you must first consider the power level of your party. Taking into account PCs’ individual levels and number of players is crucial to presenting a good challenge. Not all parties are the same, different playing styles and command of the system in your party can increase or decrease their effectiveness in encounters. You may adjust the encounters slightly by adding or subtracting monsters. Alternatively, controlling monsters with more intelligence and strategy is often the easiest way to raise the difficulty of a particular encounter.   Background Lore Fishers’ Cove is a small town/hamlet on the northern rocky shores. I was…

133 Minstrel’s Rest

DON’T FORGET TO VISIT OUR MAP INDEX AND OUR PATREON FUNDING PAGE ! About this Resource Feel free to change or modify any or all the information found here. NPC names and settlement names are the first you should consider changing to accommodate your homebrew world. To modify the challenge rating of the adventure, you must first consider the power level of your party. Taking into account PCs’ individual levels and number of players is crucial to presenting a good challenge. Not all parties are the same, different playing styles and command of the system in your party can increase or decrease their effectiveness in encounters. You may adjust the encounters slightly by adding or subtracting monsters. Alternatively, controlling monsters with more intelligence and strategy is often the easiest way to raise the difficulty of a particular encounter. Background Lore   The small hamlet colloquially known as Minstrel’s Rest is located just a few…

132 Camp in the Jungle

DON’T FORGET TO VISIT OUR MAP INDEX AND OUR PATREON FUNDING PAGE ! Hello traveler!  Here’s the latest addition to my online map catalogue of over 120+ fantastic locations. This is a camp in the jungle, very close to a cave which promises wealth and treasure. Have fun playing RPG games my friend! This illustration is available to my supporters on patreon. There is a day and night version of this map, gridded variants are also available. Good day traveler and have a safe journey. Here’s a daylight gridded version example:

One year on Patreon!

Oh My God! I’ve been so caught up illustrating maps and writing as of late that I missed that I’ve been on Patreon for a whole year now as of last week. Perhaps it sounds over used since I thank you  every time I release, but now that we’ve passed the year date I feel it’s moment to do it again. Thank you! Each and everyone of you. You have believed in me, in my art, my skills and the promise that my creations would get better over time, and they have, and part of that is thanks to you. Some of you started supporting me one year ago when I started and are still here. You are so generous and such cool people. Some people have left but I still thank you for the time you were here supporting my work. You’re welcome to return btw 😉 Before Patreon…