I remember in my High School years I tried something different with my dungeon maps. I had read some article, likely in Dragon magazine, about the importance of "dungeon dressing." Sounds, trinkets, writings on walls and such.
It looks like I went overboard on this map, but at least I used colored pens to keep it all straight. Actually, judging from the colors I used, it looks like it was one of those 3 in 1 pens ;)
Hey, at least I wasn't filling every square of graph paper with walls and floors... heh.
Damn, I loved my irregularly shaped rooms too, didn't I?
"Oh, I met my first real DM,ReplyDelete
Knew just who I wanted to be,
Played until my fingers bled,
That was the summer of '83..."
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I think you had the right idea! Whether fiction or rpgs, little details help build authenticity and willing suspension of disbelief.ReplyDelete
I think you had the right idea! Whether fiction of rpgs, little details build authenticity and willing suspension of disbelief.ReplyDelete