The Beacon at Enon Tor ala Old School

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The Beacon at Enon Tor ala Old School

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A little preview of the map in progress:
http://img295.imageshack.us/img295/3604/enontorhs2.jpg

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Now THAT's what I'm talkin' about! Is that map printable though on 8.5 x 11 paper?

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Re: The Beacon at Enon Tor ala Old School

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Gribble wrote:
A little preview of the map in progress:
http://img295.imageshack.us/img295/3604/enontorhs2.jpg

Totally cool.

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Post by rabindranath72 »

For pdf versions I would remove all that blue, which only wastes ink. The black outlines on the map is enough.

That, or make the pdf editable some way.

Cheers,

Antonio

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It is printable on 8.5x11" if you use the print on 1 page dealy. Have to say that I love this module. I even went through and updated it to the current versions of the monsters from the M&T. Zombies were a little on the weak side and the rats were actually tougher than the ones in the M&T. Now if I could find the font used in KotB, I can make this thing look really classic.
rabindranath72 wrote:
For pdf versions I would remove all that blue, which only wastes ink. The black outlines on the map is enough.

That, or make the pdf editable some way.

Cheers,

Antonio

Antonio, I chose to do it in this style, with all the blue, to replicate how the old modules are done. In fact I pulled out the old B2 to use as kind of a guide.

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The map looks real nice when printed, a tad larger than the original (which was pretty good).
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Rhuvein wrote:
The map looks real nice when printed, a tad larger than the original (which was pretty good).

Glad to hear that Rhuvein. BTW if anyone wants to know, it was done in NBOS Fractal Mapper using custom icons scanned and cleaned up from the original modules.

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