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Map - Into the well


This is the map of a small dungen beneath a dried up well. I originally made it for use in my own campaign and I plotted it out on a huge sheet scaled to have the squares 1 inch, and used it as a tabletop gamemat/battlemat. 

I used paper to "fog of war" the map.

You could "print as poster" on several A4 and tape togheter for the same effect. Or use it as a reference or digitally in a TT emulator.


  • Dried up well
  • Trippable stones
  • Obscuring natural columns
  • A natural spring
  • Glowing mushroom
  • A quaint pond
  • Bushes of glowing good/bad-berries
  • A massive sinkhole with precarious pillars for daring acrobatics checks
  • Piles of driftwood indicating where the water went..
  • A larger pond (that seems very deep)
  • A secret underwater tunnel
  • A hidden ruin-lair for the big bad to hide in.

I populated it with troglodytes in the upper right and had a troll as the main boss in the secret ruin room.

Included are PDF's and PNG's in quite large format/scale (7500x7500px):

  • 1 basic version with grid
  • 1 basic version without grid
  • 1 lighter version with grid

Depending on your printer/settings you might want to use the lighter or darker version. I used the lighter one as I felt the darker got a bit too dark. I am doing most sessions off-grid in a cabin in the woods so light is an issue..

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