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Dwarven Temple to Khorus

My intrepid adventurers are still in Dweredell. They have been working with the gangs in the ruins of the outer city to try and get them integrated into the community better. They already cleared out one of the old dwarven … Continue reading

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Finishing one of Dyson’s Maps

Dyson’s got a great contest; he started a map, and if you finish it, you are in the running as he picks random entries to win prizes. Here is mine! Dyson says: “This one by Andrew Shields is distinctly one … Continue reading

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Sezaran’s Dwarfhold

My players are adventuring in Dweredell, a city setting by Justin Alexander. In that setting, the local Guildmaster tried to get rid of the newcomer adventurers by sending them to the Dwarven Quarter, a semi-ruined area between the inner and … Continue reading

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Photoshopped Map of Dweredell

I want to show off my Photoshop skills. Years ago, I bought Dweredell from Justin Alexander’s Dream Machine Productions. It may look easy to go in and get rid of all the keyed locations, but I assure you it was … Continue reading

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Simon Forster Accentuates the Lottery Dungeon Setting

In Simon Forster‘s Lottery Dungeon, he notes that there is a Lost Temple that the DM can flesh out if the characters wander that direction. Well, my Lottery Dungeon characters have been itching to go to a city to get … Continue reading

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Simon Forster Maps!

The inimitable Simon Forster sent me some maps in the mail! These are too good to keep to myself, so I’ve scanned them in to share, both as .jpgs and also collected into a 2 page .pdf so you can … Continue reading

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Dungeon Date 2! Death Slaver’s Crypt

Kristy and I have a new tradition on date night. We take my molskine pocket book, a d20 and d12, a pen, and Risus Monkey’s DungeonWords. Then, while we wait for our food, I sketch a dungeon and she randomizes … Continue reading

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