...old school. For my last map for the month I had to go back to the old style and back to the dungeon. Just something about going back to the old ways that feels right. +Gothridge Manor and +Luka Rejec made suggestions for rooms so I tossed those onto the map. Hope you guys approve.
Last weekend I started running a Golden Age pulp scifi game using White Star/Dare the Stars! and it really, really made me want to run a dungeon crawl using WhiteBox. Part of this is how much I like the system but also just how easy it is to plan and run games using it. Today over lunch I wrote out and planned the next adventure for the WS/DtS! game. I wrote it out completely over my 30 minute lunch, including writing up the stats for two creatures, for a three hour session. Comparing this to my 5e Curse of Strahd game, well, there simply is no comparison.
Anyway, back to the map. If you like my maps, consider tossing a buck my way over on Patreon. I would appreciate it and your support will ensure I keep making maps for another 30 years. ;-)
I have recently began creating a series of maps that connect together to form a much larger space station. Right now I am focusing on a few pieces that run along a massive and lengthy corridor.
Each section of this is a single map, 3300 x 4200 pixels at 300dpi and fits on an 11x14 piece of paper if you were inclined to print them out and connect them. Right now there are only three maps but so far I have had a good response to these and will likely do more in the near future. Below I have taken these three maps, flipped them, then connected them to show what they might look like in use. If this sounds like something you would like to see more of, come join us over on Patreon.
I wanted to combine some elements of scifi along with a traditional 'dungeon' because, let's face it, rummaging around dungeons in the dark chasing bugs is fun as hell.
Ways I see it, this is a small outpost, just starting to be dug out, perhaps in an effort to hide them from the Empire, and part of the tunnel system collapsed. Maybe a last, desperate communication was sent and then the outpost went dark.
What happened? Sounds like a job for your little crew of ne'er-do-wells.