For an upcoming Deadlands: Reloaded game I mapped a fictional railway station, loosely modeled on a historical one built in 1881 (and later replaced by Chicago’s famous Union Station). The map can be used for other quasi-historical games (e.g. any Cthulhu or Pulp-genre game) where a medium-sized railway station is needed.
I first created a Baedeker-style floorplan of the station, using Campaign Cartographer 3 and its “1930s Travel Guide” style from the Annual Vol 5. It is fairly simple and painless to print, so it makes a great reference map. You can download the CC3 version of the map.
Then I went ahead and from the entrance hall section created a detailed battle mat with (Dungeon Designer 3 and Symbol Set 2) for use with miniatures.
The battle mat prints on A1 size paper and you can download it here in a variety of formats:
Ashen Stars is a wonderful space opera rpg by Pelgrane Press, based on the GUMSHOE system. I had the pleasure to create the game’s published setting map (a part of the Galaxy called “The Bleed”) based on a sketch by Robin D. Laws.
Lately I got to revisit the setting when, after play-testing the upcoming Terra Nova adventure, Simon asked me to create a simple black and white diagram of the adventure’s featured luxury liner. You can see the result below (the color background was added for web display). While the exact layout of the ship isn’t important for the story, the relative position of the important locations is, and the map shows those.
This is a map I created for the upcoming novel “Mythborn: Fate of the Sovereign” (Book 1 of the Mythborn Saga) by Vijay Lakshman. The map uses the Fantasy Worlds style by Pär Lindström, published in the Cartographer’s Annual Vol 3 and is optimized for printing at a smaller size.
I had only a very rough draft of the continent, with a number of textual descriptions, and it was fun to create a pleasing map from that information.
Mythborn: Fate of the Sovereign, featuring this world map, will be launched shortly.
For more info, go to www.mythbornbook.com.
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Here is a free battle map for your private use, showing some overgrown ruins in a forest setting. The map is A2 size and was created with Profantasy’s Campaign Cartographer 3 including the Dungeon Designer 3 and Cartographer’s Annual Vol 5 add-ons.
Click on the images to the left and below to get the full-sized png files (150dpi) or download the matching pdfs from these links:
Battle Map “Forest Ruin” with 5′ square grid
Battle Map “Forest Ruin” no grid
This map is released for private, non-commercial use. Please contact me, if you’d like to redistribute it.
For the small-press German role-playing game “Dungeonslayers” I created this version of their setting map “The Free Lands” in CC3. While I did that simply as a fan, the author Christian Kennig approached me whether they could offer the map as a download on the Dungeonslayers website (for free) and also sell it as a printed poster map. We quickly agreed on a deal, and the map can now be purchased via their web-shop.
Click on the map to load a larger version.
Download the CC3 version of the map (Campaign Cartographer 3 and Annual Vol 5 needed).
I finally got around to updating the old Dark Fantasy symbols to CC3 and decided to make them available for free.
The set contains more than 500 Mountain, Vegetation and Structure symbols, geared towards a slightly “darker” fantasy setting. You can download them from here: Maps and More “Dark Fantasy” Symbol Set.
Simply run the exe file (Windows 7 and Vista users right-click and choose “Run as Admin”) and it will add the symbols to your CC3 installation. See the readme file for instructions how to use them
Maps and More is in the process of a redecoration. I’m sorry for the unfinished stage, please check back later.