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#Inktober2017 - Map 17 - "Graceful"

I don't think the "grace" really came through at all - in the end this became a practice session for crunchy crumbly isometric stone ruins.

The Pillars to the Temple of Rains

At the edge of the Falleck Promontory overlooking the Dry Badlands of Korush, a series of bizarre (and probably unnatural) stone pillars reach 60 feet up from the dry floor of the land and support a series of small bridges that in turn lead to the ruins of the Temple of Rains. Some say rebuilding the temple will bring water back to the badlands, but most believe the temple was built here in the first place because water is so rare.
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I am a sucker for a random dungeon

A compilation of tables I've made to make and run dungeons. There's stuff for: A map, dungeon place and danger, room stocking, npcs, monsters, traps and treasure. Nothing is new (other than the relatively new treasure tables) but it's the first time it has been put all in one place.

http://lizardmandiaries.blogspot.com.au/2017/09/random-dungeon-creation-kit.html

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20 Things found in a thieves' den

There's another of my lists over on +20 things. Here are the first three on the list to give you a taster...

1. A collection of blackened weapons- hard to spot in the dark.
2. A blackmailer's notebook- full of incriminating facts.
3. A map of the local sewers. Stained.

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The discovery of the Sanxingdui artifacts shocked the world, reflecting an artistic style that was completely unknown in the history of Chinese art. Only the contents of two solitary pits reflect the immemorial and brilliant civilisation of the Shu – no other artefacts like them have ever been found since.
#mystery #artifacts #china

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While I should be working on a few of the commissions and projects I've got going on, I'm strangely fixated on the project of (apparently) creating a set of reference sheets for how I like to OSR. For my own campaign purposes, but hopefully more broadly usable too.

This is the second page of stuff, all about rolling up a character.

If you see any typos and/or glaring problems let me know.

NOTE: I did realize just now that the hair and eye color table needs work. It was composed as a hair color table first and the "more" column was "weird". But blue is not necessarily weird for eye color. Anyhow... that bit may change up.

NOTE: For this campaign, I don't want to use clerics. I'm hoping that the class specialties and other bits and bobs may serve to differentiate characters enough and you'll have pretty much all the cleric spells included as wizard spells. Three classes should cover the bases. For me, anyway. For this project.

(He said as he remembered that window washer character class he was working on for a zine...)
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Welcome to Port Nyanzaru! It looks like that merchant's cog you stowed away on back in Baldur's Gate has finally arrived in Chult of all places. Hope you packed for warm weather!

Grab a copy of the new D&D adventure and don't miss the massive hi-res version of this and all my other Tomb of Annihilation maps coming on December 8th to http://prints.mikeschley.com

#dnd #artanddesign #rpg #gamemaps
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