Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Many twisty wilderness templates, all alike...

I had some great comments last night on the Wilderness Templates, all of which seemed to boil down to wanting choices:
- Landscape and portrait pages
- Judges Guild-style hex maps (ability to "zoom in/out" and the map is hex shaped itself)
- Numbered and non-numbered hex maps
- A hex map that could be slotted next to another both horizontally and vertically.

So the new versions of the One Page Wilderness Map Templates are now available with all those options. You get a whole lotta templates for the particular style and page layout you want.

There should be enough room on the landscape for you to still print and do a 3 hole punch and not lose anything.

I think I'm done with the templates for now -- I don't know what else I could do with them. I know I'm going to be using them for my Dark Ages campaign, I've already got two dungeons already mapped on them, and I'm starting on a third.

Let me know what you think.


Anonymous said...

Awesome! I particularly like the one with each hex having a little number inside it.

Thanks a million! :)

Mike D. said...

These are fantastic, thanks for your hard work!

David Larkins said...

Once I get a few sheets drawn and keyed, I'll be sure to post the sexy results--I have big plans for using these with my Rifts sandbox game.