Very nice.I'm at a loss for 'H'. Water closet?
Is there a convention you're using for white/light-lined steps being 'up' and heavy/dark lines for 'down'?
Let me see if I'm getting the way the stairway notation works: The entrance (A) goes down into the hallway (G). At the opposite end you go up to J, and there's also a stair in her room going... I'll venture down since there's no more room on the next floor, to E?
I seriously envy your map-fu.What's in N? Looks cool/weird.
Cool! I hope you'll post many preview, I can't wait!
@ChrisA is actually a turret on TOP of the building, and L is the ground floor entrance.there's a stairway that goes A-G and one going G-J and there are also stairs in the upper right between B and F.@satyreN contains an undead monster in a cage
@biopunkstairs go both ways, I just use the different colors to distinguish them so you could follow their paths.
Will every map look like this? Will this be the first D&D supplement that can double as an art book?I said "guaranteed sale" the other day when this was announced. I don't know how to top that, but consider it topped nonetheless. I can't wait for this book.
This is so cool. Can't wait.
@ZakI see the door now. My Western ethnocentrism had me reading this from the top down (I thought the layout seemed wrong based on the I Hit It episodes). And I mistook the B for an E dispite the "e" right next to it. Doh.I think it'll work just fine as both a map and cool art, then, especially in context.
I'm sure this map makes a lot of sense to you Zak, but when I look at it, I can't make heads or tails of it. Still, this city kit you're working on has me very intrigued.
@Rath--1.did you look at the revised version posted in the next entry? and2. if it's still unclear, what specifically? i.e. "I look at the ____ part of it and I don't know if _____ is _____ or_____"