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Krinkle Firetouch's Guide to Magic Maps: Volume I

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A compilation of magical maps to turn any journey into an adventure!

Created by Will Mayer, DM of D8 Night Podcast.

The enigmatic gnome inventor wizard Krinkle Firetouch is no stranger to magic items. In fact, he has made a few of his own over the years while holed up as a hermit in almost every conceivable dimension.

This book contains 5 magic maps, including Krinkle Firetouch’s Map of Fast Travel; a map that allows a party to travel to a familiar location instantly — so long as they can avoid having to roll on the d100 malfunction table.

The book also includes color commentary from Krinkle Firetouch himself; including what he thinks of traveling and how he feels about rival arcanist Sweazelbeak Stoneshiner.

This is my second publication for the Dungeon Masters’ Guild. If you notice anything amiss with wording, format, rarity levels or anything else, please let me know. I am a long time GM, but a relatively new DM, just having started my first D&D campaign in December of 2017. I have done my best to match the wording conventions of the Dungeon Master’s Guide, but crafting the effect wording for the malfunction table included a pretty steep learning curve. I have also attempted to emulate the style and formatting of official D&D publications.

The bundle includes 2 versions of the document. The first has a parchment background for screen reading and the second has a white background more suitable for printing.

If you enjoy it, you can check out my much more extensive title: Krinkle Firetouch’s Guide to Magic Items: Volume 1, which contains 50 magic items and more color commentary from the titular gnome arcanist.

 
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June 25th, 2018
I love this addition to the system. My favorite is "Krinkle Firetouch’s Map of Fast Travel". The detail that went into creating the Malfunction Table is astonishing. Some of the malfuctions truly tickled me. Great read and great resource. [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on June 21, 2018.