Thursday, May 28, 2020

Trying out DungeonDraft

I recently bought two tablet-top RPG mapping tools. They are called WonderDraft and DungeonDraft. WonderDraft is supposed to be a macro map creating tool. You can build continent-sized maps for your table-top RPG game. DungeonDraft is the micro map creating tool. With this application, you can create maps for any encounter or dungeon. Below I created a quick map in DungeonDraft.

It is very quick with little detail but you can see it is basically an encampment next to the entrance of a forest and beside a river. I envisioned a bandit camp ready to ambush adventurers on the road in the guise of traveling merchants. However, you can also use it as a merchant point as well. I am getting better at creating maps and eventually want to write a campaign.

Let me know what you think in the comments. Feel free to use it for yourself, but please let me know where. Especially if you use it online or in a video. I would like to tag myself to build my brand. Thanks!

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