Thursday, October 10, 2019

2nd Story Roomscapes

For the week of October 7-13, I went with a more urban setting for my roomscapes map.  I put this map together so a thief in my lunchtime campaign could pull a 2nd story job. The front (where the stairs are) faces onto Monks Walk, the back opens onto Smoke Alley.
The blockier walls segments in the middle and on the back wall are fireplaces/chimneys.
You can see the thread here.

You should check out the other roomscape threads too.

Thanks to my patrons over at https://www.patreon.com/mountainfoot  - their sponsorship makes it possible for me to make more of my maps publicly available and re-usable.  If you'd like to help and get access to additional maps available for your personal or commercial re-use, please sign up.  Sponsorship levels start at $1 each month.

This map is available for personal or commercial re-use with attribution. Please let me know if you use it for a personal game, I love to hear that my maps help people enjoy gaming. If you need an actual license with terms, this works for me: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Friday, October 4, 2019

Roomscapes in a towerhouse

I reused a towerhouse map for this week's roomscapes thread. (Check out what The Last Night in an Unquiet Home to see what @goatmansgoblet did with it.)

You can see the thread here. Go check it out, there are a ton of cool roomscapes (as usual.)

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You should check out the other roomscape threads too.

Thanks to my patrons over at https://www.patreon.com/mountainfoot  - their sponsorship makes it possible for me to make more of my maps publicly available and re-usable.  If you'd like to help and get access to additional maps available for your personal or commercial re-use, please sign up.  Sponsorship levels start at $1 each month.

This map is available for personal or commercial re-use with attribution. Please let me know if you use it for a personal game, I love to hear that my maps help people enjoy gaming. If you need an actual license with terms, this works for me: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Friday, September 27, 2019

Roomscapes in the Forest


For this week's roomscape thread, I polled twitter about a setting and a forest road was the narrow victor over an underdark passage (maybe that'll be next week)
I posted both color and B&W versions. Check out the thread for some awesome responses.



You should check out the other roomscape threads too.

Thanks to my patrons over at https://www.patreon.com/mountainfoot  - their sponsorship makes it possible for me to make more of my maps publicly available and re-usable.  If you'd like to help and get access to additional maps available for your personal or commercial re-use, please sign up.  Sponsorship levels start at $1 each month.

This map is available for personal or commercial re-use with attribution. Please let me know if you use it for a personal game, I love to hear that my maps help people enjoy gaming. If you need an actual license with terms, this works for me: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Friday, September 20, 2019

Three Levels of Roomscapes

I kicked off my roomscapes threads with a three level dungeon I drew some time ago.  You can read people's responses here: https://twitter.com/mountain_foot/status/1167419595486941184

This is the map

You should check out the other roomscape threads too.

Thanks to my patrons over at https://www.patreon.com/mountainfoot  - their sponsorship makes it possible for me to make more of my maps publicly available and re-usable.  If you'd like to help and get access to additional maps available for your personal or commercial re-use, please sign up.  Sponsorship levels start at $1 each month.

This map is available for personal or commercial re-use with attribution. Please let me know if you use it for a personal game, I love to hear that my maps help people enjoy gaming. If you need an actual license with terms, this works for me: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Roomscapes in a Church

My second roomscapes map was drawn specifically for the thread - a church with a dungeon and caves beneath it.  As usual, responders came up with a lot of great ideas. Check 'em out here: https://twitter.com/mountain_foot/status/1169934385543467008


Thanks to my patrons over at https://www.patreon.com/mountainfoot  - their sponsorship makes it possible for me to make more of my maps publicly available and re-usable.  If you'd like to help and get access to additional maps available for your personal or commercial re-use, please sign up.  Sponsorship levels start at $1 each month.

This map is available for personal or commercial re-use with attribution. Please let me know if you use it for a personal game, I love to hear that my maps help people enjoy gaming. If you need an actual license with terms, this works for me: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Roomscapes in the Corner

This set of roomscapes is based on a section of a dungeon I posted quite a quite a while ago.  In my version, it was the home to a necromancer and his servants.  The folks who responded to the twitter thread had a lot of other ideas.  Check them out here: https://twitter.com/mountain_foot/status/1172391377939746817

The section of the dungeon is shown on this map

You should check out the other roomscape threads too.

Thanks to my patrons over at https://www.patreon.com/mountainfoot  - their sponsorship makes it possible for me to make more of my maps publicly available and re-usable.  If you'd like to help and get access to additional maps available for your personal or commercial re-use, please sign up.  Sponsorship levels start at $1 each month.

This map is available for personal or commercial re-use with attribution. Please let me know if you use it for a personal game, I love to hear that my maps help people enjoy gaming. If you need an actual license with terms, this works for me: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Roomscapes

Recently, I've been posting maps on twitter and asking people to describe a room - I call it a roomscape.  The rooms (or other encounter areas) are described in a systemless way, with an emphasis on description and imagination.  There have been some really wonderful roomscapes shared and I wanted to collect them so that people can find them and use them.


I'll try to keep this page up to date as I post roomscape maps each week.