The Skyland of Equinox is a floating island that drifts among the crowds and, in the Age of Memories setting, is the ancestral home of
For a bunch of reasons, I will be slowing my update schedule in 2019 substantially. Stuff will still post, but at a much slower rate.
Connecting back to the Shipwreck Island map, we expand Falleron to the south and west with this expanded world map:
Shipwreck Island is a pretty place to be stranded, but not without its dangers. This overlook commands a powerful view of the island, but secrets
Hey, look a new place to go and get shipwrecked with all your friends!
Many of you may remember The Lazy Minnow steamship from several of our ongoing campaigns (Scourge of Heinrich and Mullenstone). In the Scourge of Heinrich
This week we have The River Prince, a multi-level steamboat traveling up and down whatever river system works well for your players. This sizable vessel
This area map was a donation completed for Dr. Brenda Peynado’s worldbuilding class at the University of Central Florida. Dr. Peynado’s class has her students
Returning to the faegates that have been previously posted, this week we have lore on how they can be operated by would-be temporal travelers!
This week we have a bit smaller focus compared to last week’s megapost. Sometimes you need to have an encounter where players pick which direction
A while back I was commissioned to make a battle-royale style map for the Scourge of Heinrich campaign. This map had players (myself included) hop
This week we have the last segment of the Mt. Garnet Mines. The Eastern Dig burrowed into a swift-moving underground river. While many choice gems
Today we have the Garnet Crossing General Store, a fine establishment run by Ol’ Virgil, a man who mixes war profiteering with good old country
Coming up in the Crown of the Heartlands: Book Two (Kill Taric!) arc, the party will be venturing deep into the Lockwood to the embattled
Beginning the year off right, we have four maps for you today. All are of the Floundered Ferry Inn, a multi-building inn, store, and stables
This is Bentley Forest, I’ve been through her a time or two. The realm of Bentleyshire is normally a calm, quiet place. In the middle of