[Map] The Guardian Monastery

 

I saw Rogue One when it came to the movies. So far I’ve seen it twice, and I really liked the gritty feel in the movie. I especially liked how the planet of Jeddah looked. That inspired me to draw a forsaken or hidden monastery somewhere deep in the wilderness.

Maybe this monastery has already been raided by the forces of the tyrannical empire and they have left some droids to guard the site in case someone still wanders there. Or perhaps there are still some brave space knights hiding in the monastery (perhaps they have even started to lose their sanity for some reason?) and guarding the last pieces of the valued crystals and old archives that were not destroyed in the Great Purge.

 

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[Map] The Region of Walkia-Caisla

 

Here is a little regional map that I made for our adventures in our homebrewn D&D 5e campaign setting. I added a few locations to give some places to visit and add some adventure hooks to.

I’m planning to make more detailed maps of these locations on the map as our adventure progresses or when I get an inspiration.

 

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[Map] The Tainted Mausoleum

 

At first look the The Tainted Mausoleum doesn’t look like much. It is a building made out of stone and its outer walls are mostly covered in vines and moss. Behind those the walls are decorated with statues and engravings that depict various human-like figures in stoic poses and below these figures, behind the thick grass and bushes that go around the building, there are other figures lying down at the feet of the standing figures and these have clearly human features. Their facial expressions are distorted by anquish and pain. Some of them look dead.

The interior of the building looks  unassuming and mirthless. The floors and walls are made out of stone. The stonework is good, but the air smells damp and moldy and everything is covered in dust or mold. In some corners  there are small patches of strange looking fungi growing out of the cracks in the walls and floor tiling.

But the building is not as empty and uninhabited as it might look like. There are stairs leading downstairs into two different locations…

 

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[Map] The Archive Tower

 

So, I went to see Rogue One – A Star Wars Story in the movies on the premiere day and I thought the movie was awesome. But, let’s not go to that any more than that right now 😀

Anyway, the movies had again great and inspiring locations and this map is based on a location in the movie. The scale is different and the layout does not match all the way, but as said: it is inspired by a location in Rogue One.

This is an archive tower. A combination of a databank and a communications tower. It is used for archiving important information and to send it  to the  nearby star systems through it’s powerful communications dish on top of it.

I did not intentionally draw any environment around the map since I thought that it might be used even as a space station if needed.

A quick summary of different levels:

  • Level 0 – Crew quarters, storages, messhall and operations control.
  • Level 1 – Main archive vaults I, II and III
  • Level 2 – Mainframe units
  • Level 3 – Communications center and encryption computers
  • Level 4 – Engineering and communications dish engines
  • Level 5 – Communications dish manual alignment controls and backup communications terminal.

I hope you like the map and find it useful.

 

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[Map] The Mountain Lair

 

There are rumors of a horrible creature that lives in a cave hidden on the cliffsides of a mist covered mountain. It is told that ages ago some kind of cult held its unholy ceremonies in those caves and as a result of their rites the creature was born.

As I added the annotations on the map, I tried to give some adventure hooks, while keeping them still generic enough, so this map would work with modern occult or fantasy settings alike.

I hope you find the map inspiring and fun to play.

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[Map] The Ruined City

 

The Ruined City a.k.a. The City of Ruins was requested by one of my $5 patrons who wanted to have a map of a part of a gigantic ancient city that lies now in ruins. Because of the deadline, I got a little help from my colleague, who did a quick sketch of the city layout on computer and I drew over it and added the details and shading. It was actually a very interesting mixed technique to work with. I might try that in the future again.

 

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[Map] Crater Hideout

 

This small facility is located in a now passive volcano that’s around 1 km in diameter. The crater’s walls hide this small hideout with a landing pad.

The hideout has enough room for bodyguards and servants in addition to the luxurious banquet hall at the center of the complex and a separate section with a suite, armory and a secret food supply for prolonged stays.

I designed the entryway so, that possible attackers would not be able to attack straight into the central hall or the suite, but there but be multiple corners and turns for the defenders to take cover.

Also, the dotted lines mark emergency bulkheads that can be lowered when needed.


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[Map] Beacon Station

 

The groundwork for this map was done as a #mapvember map, but I wanted to finalize it by adding some details and proper annotations.

The initial theme was a beacon station that would work as a hyperspace beacon and space traffic control station, but I think this could also work as a listening station, communications link station, scientific observation station or even the pressurized interior of a space ship (with out the engines part).

I hope you find use for this or get inspired by it.

 


 

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[Map] Processing Plant

 

This map started as one of my #mapvember maps, but ended up being a bit too arduous. So, I left it aside for awhile and later finished all that piping around the map (which too some time to draw btw 😀 ). I think this map works great as a section of a factory or even an atmospheric processor.

I hope you enjoy it.

 


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[Map] The Hangman’s Bailey

 

The Hangman’s Bailey is an encounter map with a single bailey with a hanging platform and it is designed to be a part of a larger castle structure.

When I started working on this I thought that a map depicted straight  from top would look a bit boring, so I decided to try this approach instead. For this map I also had to study a bit how are the medieval castles actually built and structured.  To be honest I had never really thought about it before. Of course I had seen pictures of castles and even visited a few, but I did not understand why they were built like they are.  Anyway, this map was good practice overall.

 


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