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Tim Hartin
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RPG GM, player, cartographer, and classic comic book enthusiast.
RPG GM, player, cartographer, and classic comic book enthusiast.

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Here is the July 21, 2017 Friday Freebie map.

Map Details:
* The rows of dots are bars/gates.
* Areas 1, 19, 21, and 33 have pillars.
* Area 2 is a false (trapped?) door.
* Areas 3, 15 b), 29, and 36 have statues.
* Area 3 has an altar.
* Areas 7 and 20 have tapestries.
* Areas 14 and 25 have secret trap doors in the floors.
* Areas 15 and 28 have open pits.
* Area 27 b) is a chute trap that drops unsuspecting victims to a lower level.
* Areas 32, 37, and 39 b) have covered pit traps.
* Area 35 has a dirt floor.

I have an Enhanced version of this week's Friday Freebie for sale here: http://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/217081/Friday-Freebie-Enhanced-Map-07142017

The Enhanced Version PDF that contains the July 21, 2017 Friday Freebie Map with multiple layers allowing the options of white or black backgrounds, numbered or non-numbered areas, and secret doors on or off (for ease with Virtual Tabletop programs). All for a $1 (US)! 
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21/07/2017
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The last two painted back covers from Edgar Rice Burrough's Korak, Son of Tarzan by Western.
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18/07/2017
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More painted back covers from Edgar Rice Burrough's Korak, Son of Tarzan by Western (a.k.a. Dell/Gold Key/Whitman).
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Painted back covers from Edgar Rice Burrough's Korak, Son of Tarzan by Western.
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Painted back covers from Doctor Solar, Man of the Atom #6 - 10 by Western.
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15/07/2017
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Painted back covers from Doctor Solar, Man of the Atom by Western (a.k.a. Dell/Goldkey/Whitman).
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Here is the July 14, 2017 Friday Freebie map. It's a two-in-one dungeon.

Map Details:
* The dash lines represent elevation lines.
* The rows of dots are bars/gates.
* Areas 6 and 33 have open pits.
* Areas 6, 13, and 22 have pillars.
* Areas 7, 14 b), and 22 have statues.
* Areas 14 a), 17, 31 b), and 39 have covered pit traps. The pit trap at area 17 connects with the lower level of area 25 c).
* Area 18 is a chute trap that drops those affected into the lower level of area 25.
* Areas 23 and 33 have tapestries.

I have an Enhanced version of this week's Friday Freebie for sale here: http://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/216446/Friday-Freebie-Enhanced-Map-07142017

The Enhanced Version PDF that contains the July 14, 2017 Friday Freebie Map with multiple layers allowing the options of white or black backgrounds, numbered or non-numbered areas, and secret doors on or off (for ease with Virtual Tabletop programs). All for a $1 (US)! 
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Some more great stuff from Small Niche Games! Operation White Box: Tactical Combat rules. Check it out!
[OWB: TACTICAL COMBAT RELEASED!]

...along with an Eastern Front mission: Stalingrad on Fire.

This is an ambitious project for me, bringing together the cartographic talents of +Morne Schaap and the artwork of +Luigi Castellani to help facilitate grid and miniatures play on VTTs or at home. If you check it out, let me know what you think!

From the blurb:

OWB: Tactical Combat is a sourcebook for WWII: Operation Whitebox that offers a more tactical approach to combat encounters.

The combat rules presented in the WWII: Operation WhiteBox core rulebook take place mainly in the “Theater of the Mind”. This means that the Referee sets the scene and decides whether or not a character is capable of a certain maneuver, action, or attack.

The OWB: Tactical Combat rules are designed for groups who prefer a more visual representation of combat, particularly those who play online. These rules are not meant to mimic the complexity of a true wargame. Instead, the focus is on small unit actions involving a squad of enemies and/or a handful of vehicles battling it out in a single playing area—the kind of combat most commonly encountered in WWII: Operation WhiteBox.

If you prefer using miniatures and grid-based maps, check out OWB: Tactical Combat now!

Special thanks to +Kelly Davis, +Brandon Goeringer, and +Michael Benedict for helping with playtesting!

http://www.rpgnow.com/product/216135/OWB-TACTICAL-COMBAT-BUNDLE-BUNDLE

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Here is the July 7, 2017 Friday Freebie map. See comments on each image for links to larger versions.

Map Details:
* The arrows represent downward slopes.
* The flowing dotted lines are elevation lines showing the lower areas.
* The row of five dots represent bars/gates.
* Area 2 a), 12, and 39 have covered pit traps.
* Areas 6 and 44 have pillars/columns.
* Areas 7, 21, 26, and 40 have statues.
* Area 18 b) is a pool of water.
* Areas 45 a) and 47 have secret traps doors in the floors (area 45 b) is the connecting tunnel between the trap doors).
* Area 49 b) has an altar.

I have an Enhanced version of this week's Friday Freebie for sale here: http://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/215821/Friday-Freebie-Enhanced-Map-07072017

The Enhanced Version PDF that contains the July 7, 2017 Friday Freebie Map with multiple layers allowing the options of white or black backgrounds, numbered or non-numbered areas, and secret doors on or off (for ease with Virtual Tabletop programs). All for a $1 (US)! 
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Here is an update of the random dungeon that I've been working on. I've rearranged the numbers to a more logical arrangement (and for ease of explanation). There are still a few areas that haven't been explored yet.

* The taupe colour represent dirt floor.
* Areas 12 & 20 b) have spider webs. Area 12 has giant spiders (area 12 also has an open pit at the eastern end) and area 20 b) has large spiders.
* Area 16 has a hole in the ceiling.
* Area 29 has cracks in the dirt floor.
* In the bottom right corner of area 35 are slabs of polished marble with a magical circle drawn on it. 
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