The winter was long and full of terrors
“The Road goes ever on and on
Down from the door where it began.
Now far ahead the Road has gone,
And I must follow, if I can.”
J.R.R. Tolkien, The Road Goes Ever On
Okay, so here’s the plan. I’m going to be posting twice a week again!
Wednesday will be whatever’s on my mind that week, but it will always be something you can add to your game. Like before, it’s going to be mostly be Labyrinth Lord, but perhaps Pathfinder from time to time.
Saturdays will be maps of all types. Most of these are relatively small and meant to be finished in a game or two.
Since these are in no particular order, if any of my readers have any series they’d like to see continued or expanded upon, please let me know.
The main feature of this map is the extensive set of linked trap doors at the front entrance. When meddlesome adventurers come breaking down the door, they’ll find themselves dropped into a steel cage below. Once inside, the first two options for exploration offer the same fate. At the rear is a hidden exit, a supply cache, and a path down the cliffside behind the hideout.
“We had a good lead that Flat-Dagger was holded up at his manse overlooking the beaches. They told us he was paranoid… and rich too. The comically large ‘welcome mat’ was obvious and easily sidestepped. In hindsight, the two iron golems that charged towards us as soon as we opened the door must have been illusions; even he couldn’t afford the expense. Still, we ran down the first exit we saw and slid face-first down into a cage. The guard’s laughter shamed us… I hope someone pays our ransom soon…”