The module I’ve been working on is cooling. I’ve got a friend looking at it, and when he’s finished I’ll make revisions. I spent some time this week scouting around for artwork, and I’m not satisfied with what I’ve found. We’ll see. The most frustrating part is that I always underestimate how much time these things really take, from the blog posts, to the maps, to revising my game notes into a coherent module that other people can use. Oy! Factor in the puppies, and my time gets stretched really thin! Ah well.
I also bought some new grid paper that I’m hoping is light enough the grid won’t show when I scan it. *crossing fingers.*
Here is another map for your personal use. It’s an underground complex including two large, domed gardens. I don’t know who built it, or why. I just get a sense of a desire for retreat and seclusion. Not the “we’re hiding something nefarious” kind, but the “We want the world to leave us alone” kind.
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