John Baichtal of MAKE Magazine shared a hidden gem in Wizards of the Coast's Dungeons & Dragons website. It turns out writer and illustrator Jason Thompson has been making comic strips of epic proportions for the D&D website. The strips take the form of huge maps based on D&D modules, i.
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Isle of Dread R umors of treasure and mystery have lured the characters across the ocean to an island known to its natives only as the Isle of Dread. The characters move inland in search of an ancient city built upon a plateau. Hidden within that site are the secrets of the natives' ancestors and untold wealth. Evil also awaits. Further information on the original adventure can also be found at dndclassics.com.
10 Rules For Making Better Fantasy Maps: If you look at the beautifully illustrated fantasy maps on posters, in books, and across the Internet and wish that you could make such incredible pieces of worldbuilding, then you're in luck. We have some guidelines for making your maps better, more beautiful, and easier to understand.