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This play aid is inspired by classic design with some much needed improvements any mapper would welcome. It's no frills layout is better suited for DMs planning a scenario than a player hand out.  Perhaps I'll designed a more ornate map grid later but for now, happy mappin'!

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Tom R February 12, 2018 7:23 am UTC
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This "grid" is a bunch of plus (+) signs, side by side. I see that the idea is probably that the grid is more open and minimal by only intersections being highlighted, so the map itself stands out more, but this idea was not taken with any effort. There are no spaces between the + signs horizontally, and the consequence is that, instead of being better than a grid, it is a nuisance that would leave me preferring blank paper. The two obvious reasons for that are that a) the plus signs make a nearly full horizontal line, so that aspect is much like the traditional grid you are trying to *improve* on and b) vertically, there are spaces between the plus signs, which I figure would be the intention, but the discrepancy due to the other direction does not having spaces is distracting and doesn't contribute to the map construction. So please, if this is an idea you want to take all the way, then arrange for the plus signs to be Exactly and Equally spaced out both vertically and horizontally, so that we have...See more
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