Map-a-Week09/04/2003


Dungeon Lairs and Hideouts



This month's maps are dungeon lairs and hideouts. "For September, I have created four new maps that are my favorite kind to draw," says Rob Lazzaretti about this month's Map-a-Week feature. "They are flexible and generally useful for many fantasy adventures, so there are many uses for them within a campaign or for small, one-night adventures. I hope everyone enjoys them."

09/25 Hall of the Mountain King: Long ago, this was the hall of a prosperous bandit king. His name has been lost in history, but the spoils of his banditry have not. If you dare explore the depths, perhaps you can find them. Download 72dpi JPG (69k .JPG)
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09/18 Undercrypt: Old and forgotten cemeteries can be the perfect hideout for some. It's not too comfortable, but that's a small price to pay for being so far from the public eye. Download 72dpi JPG (78k .JPG)
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09/12 Under the Canal: The waterways of a city can conceal many secret storerooms like this one. They're the perfect place for shopkeepers to store things in case of a raid by the local constabulary. Download 72dpi JPG (72k .JPG)
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09/04 Bandit Roost: Here's a complex that any bandit king would kill for. Plenty of traps to deter interlopers, lots of guard posts, and big storage areas for loot. Beware of the giant spider creature below. The current residents haven't figured out how to deal with it yet. Download 72dpi JPG (89k .JPG)
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