A Taste Of Old School Map Fun

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This past Autumn, I decided to create a unique map with an “old school” flavour by adding sections to it whenever inspiration came to me. Though it took a little bit, I was well pleased with the end result…

This map could be used for a variety of purposes like a hidden temple, bandit lair, or even as a known entry point into the Underdark. Maybe the characters will even want to see where the underground river leads via boat travel!

The map is available in a variety of colour schemes so that you can choose your favourite style or the one that best suits your gaming needs.

Full, Regular Colour Version

Download the Full-Size Map (1162*1587 pixels, png format)

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“Old School” TSR Blue Version

Download the Full-Size Map (1162*1587 pixels, png format)

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Basic Outline Version

Download the Full-Size Map (1162*1587 pixels, png format)

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Have fun exploring!

Software Information

For those who are curious about the software I used to create this map, it was Paint.NET and can be downloaded here:

Paint.NET Website

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About Akeisha Roberts

I am a Dungeons & Dragons player who loves the classic BECMI, AD&D 1st Edition, D&D 3rd Edition, and 5th Edition rule sets. I am also quite fond of Pathfinder and Star Frontiers. My Moonhaven Forest blog is a place for me to share my ideas and thoughts for these lovely games. You can visit me on Twitter as well. :)
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