I have a long and often conflicted relationship with Profantasy’s mapping software Campaign Cartographer. While I have always loved the overland maps, I have never really wrapped my head around the dungeon and city maps.
Here is the Derelict Temple, a simple multiple-level dungeon. There are two versions of each map, with or without a grid.
A while back, I played around with Campaign Cartographer and posted a few maps of seaside towns and riverside hamlets.
Time change, as my gaming has shifted online to virtual tabletops, like Roll20 or Fantasy Grounds, with the Covid-19 virus, my need for dungeon and city maps have shifted as well.
Profantasy may have detected a change in its customer base and stepped up its tutorial game, so I figured it is now or never.
I've played around with #CampaignCartographer this morning. I've always loved the overland maps but never wrapped my head around the dungeon maps, so I did the basic tutorial they recently released on YT. Imports well into #roll20. Perhaps 100 x 100 ft. setpieces are better. #DnD pic.twitter.com/nbaHyrLNQ5
— Paul W (@palwwrites) April 26, 2020
The Derelict Temple
A simple multiple-level dungeon. There are two versions of each map, with or without a grid.