Saturday, April 6, 2013

F is for Flooded Cave

A flooded seaside cave holds hidden secrets waiting to be found. But beware, a fearsome guardian may lurk in its watery depths. This flooded cave could serve as a small five room dungeon with the rooms being:

  1. The seaside entrance
  2. The flooded lower chamber (perhaps with a ferocious aquatic guardian)
  3. The secret antechamber accessible by secret door or by braving the flooded lower cave. (maybe there is some fiendish trap or puzzle lock that must be navigated to get to room 4)
  4. The tomb of some (hopefully dead) pirate king
  5. A storage area with a ladder to a clifftop location (lighthouse? bandit hideaway? both?)

I had to tweak the lighting curves on this image when I scanned it into Photoshop. For some reason my scanner made the grid show up really well in the grayed out wall spaces, but not in the white, navigable terrain.

Finally! Finished with the first full week! Huzzah! I would also like to thank everyone who keeps stopping by and leaving such wonderful comments. I have been trying my best to get to others' blogs and reciprocate, but  doing so in between work and drawing the maps for this blog has been tough. I've seen a lot of great stuff out there though. If you want to make things easier on me, make sure to link to your own blogs in your comments. I'll be sure to check them out!

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  1. I'm really enjoying all the maps you've been sharing - excellent work!

    Joe Bardales at Just Add Heroes

  2. Congrats on finishing the first week! Take a day and recoup! Because we've now been spoiled by your fantastic cartography and expect more!!

  3. Thank you for these amazing quality maps!

  4. Wow, these maps are really cool. This is my first visit here from AtoZ, but I will be back. I am a new follower.

    AtoZ #41

  5. Wow, amazing map. Hi, I am a new follower from the A to Z challenge. Nice to meet you.

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