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283 Cave Complex + PSD File (48×30 squares)

Hi there! Denizens of the Tower! I recently did this underground cave complex map. There is a shallow stream of spring water passing through the place. Someone has split the stream artificially to water a fungi farm. The rest of the complex features sparse details but it is clear that the place is a mining place of sorts. There are a few oil lamps, tools, wheelbarrows, etc. You’ll find the map pack here. It includes gridded, ungridded, labeled, and unlabeled versions of the map. B/W versions are also there if you want to print for cheap. The illustration is 48×30 and should upload fine to Roll20 and other VTTs. You’ll also find my source PSD file for the map too in a separate zip folder. Contrary to other releases, this one features no lore/adventure ideas. This release is set public to share with you and your friends. This is only…

282 New Hindell Ruins

DON’T FORGET TO VISIT OUR MAP INDEX AND OUR PATREON FUNDING PAGE Background Lore The Desert of a Hundred Suns is not a pleasant place to live in. Its overwhelming heat during the day makes it too hard for any living being to survive. Some creatures are born adapted to this kind of environment, such as scorpions, cold-blooded reptiles, and various sand critters. However, among the humanoid races, humans are the ones who have shown the most adaptability to this kind of weather. This is the case of Bismarck and the New Hindell Ruins, a human village built among the ruins of an ancient civilization, under the Desert of the Hundred Suns. Bismarck and his explorers fought against all odds and managed to settle in the everlasting heat of the desert. Their community has an odd schedule. They sleep through the day and work during the night hours to take advantage of the…

281 Silberstein District

DON’T FORGET TO VISIT OUR MAP INDEX AND OUR PATREON FUNDING PAGE Background Lore Silberstein District is a low-class neighborhood in a large underground settlement: Ivory City. The city’s population is comprised mostly of dwarves from 5 different clans. Clan origin is not a matter of importance anymore in Ivory City, the varied dwarf ethnicities share the city with no apparent feud. Apart from being the home of low-wage workers and vagrants, Silberstein District also houses an influential faction in the city. The Juniper Syndicate are a group of murderous criminals who carved an underground hidden lair in between the district tunnels. The dangerous group controls the sale of forbidden merchandise such as poisons, precious stones, and magic items. They also control a gambling house and have a strong influence in the only inn in the zone. The leader of the Juniper Syndicate is an old dwarf named Kurnik Gashulk, famous for his…

279 The Pondering Elemental

DON’T FORGET TO VISIT OUR MAP INDEX AND OUR PATREON FUNDING PAGE About this Resource This resource features the general description of an adventure location for RPG adventures or general inspiration. Not all releases are the same; some may include rules material for Dungeons and Dragons 5e but mechanics are left to a minimum. These adventure ideas are appropriate for low to mid-level (Levels 1 to 10) adventur­ing parties. As the DM, you are 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 any homebrew-world lore. When monsters are referenced, the creature’s name is noted in bold. Only creatures from the D&D5e Monster Manual are cited. Background Lore The connection which exists in between the material plane and the four elemental planes is the source of wonder and frustration to many scholars. For one thing, it…

275-278 Chaos in Redbrick

DON’T FORGET TO VISIT OUR MAP INDEX AND OUR PATREON FUNDING PAGE About this Resource This resource features the general description of an adventure location for RPG adventures or general inspiration. Not all releases are the same; some may include rules material for Dungeons and Dragons 5e but mechanics are left to a minimum. These adventure ideas are appropriate for low to mid-level (Levels 1 to 10) adventuring parties. As the DM, you are 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 any homebrew-world lore. When monsters are referenced, the creature’s name is noted in bold. Only creatures from the D&D5e Monster Manual are cited. Background Lore Redbrick City makes honor to its name. It is located five-hundred feet from the ground, at the side of the Amber Mountain, named such due to its red-like…