Fantasy is an exercise bicycle for the mind. It might not take you anywhere, but it tones up the muscles that can.Sir Terry Pratchett
Hi you, it’s me! Thanks for popping by! During the crazy times, AKA the Covid Pandemic, a handful of friends and I got together online to play Dungeons and Dragons. I soon learned I really enjoyed the game and we’ve continued ever since. As the dungeon master, I would often spend hours crafting our adventures, and naturally, that led to some map-making. I’ve tried various online tools, but personally found a balance of hand-drawn/digital tools the best. Below are some examples of my maps.
Map: Bariousha Peaks
An introduction to my latest map Bariousha Peaks. I’ve created two variants ot this map, and a cave system that works with both versions.
Map: Greytop Grotto
Greytop Gorge is a cave system in the familiar Dyson Logo’s style. Feel free to use this map however you wish in accordance with the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (more information at the bottom). I would love to know what people get up to with it, how it goes that sort of thing.…
Map: Shrine of Dee
The Shrine of Dee is a dungeon in the familiar Dyson Logo’s style. Feel free to use this map however you wish in accordance with the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (more information at the bottom). I would love to know what people get up to with it, how it goes that sort of…
Map: Tomb of the Nine
The Tomb of the Nine is my first pop at making a dungeon in the familiar Dyson Logo’s style. I am a big fan of his art style, especially the earlier work. That’s not to say I dislike the newer stuff of his which is of enviable quality. In contrast my maps are amateur, but…
To map or not to map?
As mentioned in my previous post, I’m a big fan of maps. My fascination began as a child, staring at an Atlas or an Ordanance Survey map, trying to imagine what I would see if I were there or I would loose myself in fantasy maps such as those in the Hobbit & the Lord…
So we’re a year on, what have I learned?
My thoughts on my first year Dungeon Mastering, and 10 tips that I think have made me a better Dungeon Master.
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Hi, I’m Caspar. A Psychologist interested in Literacy, Motivation and learning disorders. I am also a tutor aspiring to AMBDA accreditation, and my hobbies include cooking, coding and drawing maps for TTRPGs. I live in North Wales, UK with my partner Adam and our two dogs Benny and Tilda.
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