Give a man a dungeon and he’ll kill PCs for a day. Give a man the tools to build his own dungeons and he’ll happily be killing PCs for a lifetime.
This month I’ve been working with two separate tilesets that let you make your own maps for your roleplaying game of choice. First up, I was approached by Profantasy to create a tileset for overland maps in the style of the Rhune World Map. The tileset is the March installment of their Annual Subscription. If you have Campaign Cartographer you’ll be able to drop in hills, mountains, sand dunes and cities to build isometric overland maps.
It was really flattering to be asked to create a CC3 Annual style. I’ll post a few more teasers in this style around the time of the release.
The second tileset has been knocking around for a while. You may know that I created this dungeon tiles set with walls, floor textures, doors and dungeon dressing primarily for use in maptool. Now the guys over at Pymapper have made the set available to use with their program. The program is free and open source, so you can use my dungeon tiles to create your own maps for your game. It’s great to see maps pop up with those graphics in them around the web.
I’ve benefited a lot from free open source software in my gaming, so it’s good to be able to contribute something in return.