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These two images are nothing to write home about, but I figured I'd share anyway. I took the pictures of the bunyip and tentamort from the Tome of Horror and added a splash of color. It's nothing special, but better than black and white. The two creatures appear in "Burnt Offerings."

Color picture of Bunyip
Color picture of Tentamort

By the way, if there are other pictures of these two creatures out there, please let me know, because I wasn't able to find any. Thanks!


After looking at these, I decided to make them each with a white background, and darkened the bordering edges. These might work better for you.

Bunyip - white background
Tentamort - white background

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These are absolutely fantastic!!! Thanks for sharing!!!

Here is a random collection of images I found elsewhere....

Saber-Toothed Bunyip
Big Bunyip
Draconic bunyip

Apparently there are no tentamort pics out there. I mean how exciting is a lump of flesh with two tentacles?


re: the Jorgenfist map ... it's in PDF format. But, how can i capture this map as a high-res image? For some reason, the Select Tool in Adobe won't copy, so that I can paste into an image editor.

I can only zoom to about 8% in Adobe, and a screen shot pasted into an image editor results in an image that's too lo-res for a good battlegrid map.

Any suggestions?


ziltmilt wrote:

re: the Jorgenfist map ... it's in PDF format. But, how can i capture this map as a high-res image? For some reason, the Select Tool in Adobe won't copy, so that I can paste into an image editor.

I can only zoom to about 8% in Adobe, and a screen shot pasted into an image editor results in an image that's too lo-res for a good battlegrid map.

Any suggestions?

Find a copy of Adobe Acrobat version 8. For some reason version 9 won't allow you to grab images from PDFs like that (lame).

You're never going to get the maps high-res enough to look really pretty at table scale, though. Either use them as a template for your own table-scale maps or get used to things being very fuzzy.

Shadow Lodge

You can also get a pdf image extractor. I use this one and it pulls out the images at the size in which they are embedded in the pdf. Just as a warning, it doesn't work on some of the older pdfs. Some of them were already flattended to save space in the pdf file and it extracts them in an odd way, cut up into many small sections. It works great on pretty much everything after the first Adventure Path.

It's called "Some PDF Images Extract"

Some PDF Images Extract


Delthos wrote:

You can also get a pdf image extractor. I use this one and it pulls out the images at the size in which they are embedded in the pdf. Just as a warning, it doesn't work on some of the older pdfs. Some of them were already flattended to save space in the pdf file and it extracts them in an odd way, cut up into many small sections. It works great on pretty much everything after the first Adventure Path.

It's called "Some PDF Images Extract"

Some PDF Images Extract

Nuts!! The extractor doesn't get the Jorgenfist image as a single file!!

What program would you use to recreate the Jorgenfist map on a grid? Campaign Cartographer or AutoRealm? It's too bad the guy who made the map didn't just upload a high-res image instead of a PDF.


~Land looks one way, then the next before jumping away.~

Liberty's Edge

ziltmilt wrote:

Nuts!! The extractor doesn't get the Jorgenfist image as a single file!!

What program would you use to recreate the Jorgenfist map on a grid? Campaign Cartographer or AutoRealm? It's too bad the guy who made the map didn't just upload a high-res image instead of a PDF.

Have you thought about just grabbing screenshots and cropping them?

Make the image fill your screen, hit ALT-Print Screen and paste (CTRL-v) into Paint or Word or something like that.


Greycloak of Bowness wrote:
ziltmilt wrote:

Nuts!! The extractor doesn't get the Jorgenfist image as a single file!!

What program would you use to recreate the Jorgenfist map on a grid? Campaign Cartographer or AutoRealm? It's too bad the guy who made the map didn't just upload a high-res image instead of a PDF.

Have you thought about just grabbing screenshots and cropping them?

Make the image fill your screen, hit ALT-Print Screen and paste (CTRL-v) into Paint or Word or something like that.

A great tool to do this is Gadwin PrintScreen. When you hit the Print Screen button you can set it up as a rectangular area that you can adjust in size. Makes grabbing screen shots very easy and quick.


Screen capture doesn't produce results as nicely as copies from a layered PDF, but sometimes there's no alternative. For the mac users: command+shift+3 (for the whole screen) or command+shift+4 (for a section of screen, escape will abort) are very handy tools.


ziltmilt wrote:

re: the Jorgenfist map ... it's in PDF format. But, how can i capture this map as a high-res image? For some reason, the Select Tool in Adobe won't copy, so that I can paste into an image editor.

I can only zoom to about 8% in Adobe, and a screen shot pasted into an image editor results in an image that's too lo-res for a good battlegrid map.

Any suggestions?

I used the PDF-XChange Viewer to copy the 100% image, pasted it in MS Office Picture Manager (IrfanView didn't work. first for me ;) ). The bmp file is a whooping 395MB (9600x14400), i uploaded the jpeg (90%) on Mediafire.

PS: I hope the author doesn't mind, i take it down if he does.


Erich Stahler wrote:


I used the PDF-XChange Viewer to copy the 100% image, pasted it in MS Office Picture Manager (IrfanView didn't work. first for me ;) ). The bmp file is a whooping 395MB (9600x14400), i uploaded the jpeg (90%) on Mediafire.

PS: I hope the author doesn't mind, i take it down if he does.

I can't even open this JPG. My PC is displaying out of memory errors and/or says the file is not in a supported format. Would you be able to do this as a PNG perhaps? Aren't PNGs usually smaller than JPGs?

Also, I just downloaded the software, but don't see how you can copy an image at its original resolution. Do you mind posting the steps do this for this PDF application?

thanks for your help!


The reason I didn't make a High res image wis the size. Far larger than any page I would print (100 x 150 inches) but I will turn it into a jpg file that hopefully won't crash everybody's system. It will be a big on I am still waiting for it to rasterize the darn thing. <cue jeopardy background music> Here it is at around 1.5 Mb at 72 ppi at the lowest quality settings. Good luck with your plan. jorgenfist jpg


Here's an encounter for people looking to spice up the start of Hook Mountain Massacre:

Mytarlacoraxithryl

I wrote that a couple years ago and only recently found it again. She is 3.5, not Pathfinder, but should be easy to convert.


I was so wanting to run that Zurai - downloaded it way back and all, but my group at the time was too low level for the most part.

Russell Akred wrote:

Don't know if anyone else could use them but with the final setting having it's special terrain I made cardstock cutout for it. It will take 4 pages to do these pieces. The 6 columns, stairs, and raised room are all here. Hopefully it's not too hard to figure out. I did the stairs in ten foot sections for large base sizes and didn't make the columns 100 feet tall (though you can if you want).

terrain pattern

I'm afraid I can't figure out where this is supposed to be. It doesn't look to me like the Sins of the Saviors finale.


Majuba wrote:


I'm afraid I can't figure out where this is supposed to be. It doesn't look to me like the Sins of the Saviors finale.

That is for the finale of chapter 4, Fortress of the Stone Giants. Mokmurian's lair.

I actually used them in one my campaigns! I put pennies inside them and it really helped them stand on end properly.

Now I use a VTT, but it was awesome when my game was FtF.

Dark Archive

A rough sketch of Fort Rannick, created for Aubrey.

p.s. That garrison is coming along nicely, but still needs a bit of work ;)


Majuba wrote:

I was so wanting to run that Zurai - downloaded it way back and all, but my group at the time was too low level for the most part.

Russell Akred wrote:

Don't know if anyone else could use them but with the final setting having it's special terrain I made cardstock cutout for it. It will take 4 pages to do these pieces. The 6 columns, stairs, and raised room are all here. Hopefully it's not too hard to figure out. I did the stairs in ten foot sections for large base sizes and didn't make the columns 100 feet tall (though you can if you want).

terrain pattern

I'm afraid I can't figure out where this is supposed to be. It doesn't look to me like the Sins of the Saviors finale.

I noticed on the board it has been mislabeled as part of Sins of the Saviors and it is the room under Jorgenfist. Sorry you have been confused.

Dark Archive

Finally, the garrison at Sandpoint.

I intend to map out the buildings next, possibly onto one map page. That should be an interesting exercise.


Nevynxxx wrote:

Finally, the garrison at Sandpoint.

I intend to map out the buildings next, possibly onto one map page. That should be an interesting exercise.

Hm. The technique is quite nice, but this just wasn't my vision for the garrison at all — I had pictured it as a single building, not a wall encircling the structures as you have here. Those few structures I had actually figured were on the roof. The round parts of your wall would be towers.

Russel Akred did sketchup illos of the exterior, and I had figured it would look more like that. Even so, it's very pretty.

Dark Archive

Evil Lincoln wrote:
Hm. The technique is quite nice, but this just wasn't my vision for the garrison at all — I had pictured it as a single building, not a wall encircling the structures as you have here. Those few structures I had actually figured were on the roof. The round parts of your wall would be towers.

I looked at the sketch-up before I started, and although I like it, I thought it just seemed too big.

This is a small garrison, a dozen soldiers and maybe twice that support staff according to the article on Sandpoint in PF1, so that's about 40 people tops. In a building that has an area of around 4 thousand sq feet....

In my case, the building is probably a bit small for those same 40 people, but I assume most of these cooks etc will live off site, and the cook-house is a separate building, which possibly makes up for it.


Russell Akred wrote:
Majuba wrote:
I'm afraid I can't figure out where this is supposed to be. It doesn't look to me like the Sins of the Saviors finale.
I noticed on the board it has been mislabeled as part of Sins of the Saviors and it is the room under Jorgenfist. Sorry you have been confused.

Ahh dang! That was a great dynamic battle - would have been even better with this! :)

Thanks!

Grand Lodge

I would like to thank all the great contributers. I'm about to start up this AP, and there is some awesome stuff here!


tintagel wrote:
Oh, I think I have a solution for our hosting and aggregation: I have Google Sites on my domain (educatedgamer.net) and have about 10GB of storage directly on the site (not to mention we can link off-site). I can create free accounts for anyone who wants to directly contribute to the project on the site (creating pages, uploading files, etc) and can even send invites to gmail addresses if you would rather have that.

Tintagel,

I've created a version of the Shadow Clock in Dundjinni that I happy to share, it no Misgivings but ok (I think). So if you could invite my gmail account, iamgrays, I'd really appreciate it and I'll pop it up.


Dorgar wrote:
I would like to thank all the great contributers. I'm about to start up this AP, and there is some awesome stuff here!

Indeed! I started the AP a few months ago, and this community has put together some absolutely amazing stuff. Tintagel's maps are particularly incredible -- make sure you snatch those up! :-)

Grand Lodge

already done, and Delthos made some great festival events as well.

Sovereign Court

Gr4ys wrote:

Tintagel,

I've created a version of the Shadow Clock in Dundjinni that I happy to share, it no Misgivings but ok (I think). So if you could invite my gmail account, iamgrays, I'd really appreciate it and I'll pop it up.

Yes, and please hurry! Sometime in the next 2 weeks would be best ;)


Twowlves wrote:


Yes, and please hurry! Sometime in the next 2 weeks would be best ;)

If Tintagel doesn't reply send me an email at the above address and I'll reply with the maps so you have them for your game. Currently they don't have a grid on is that ok?

Sovereign Court

A grid is nicer, but so long as I can print them out to scale properly it'll be fine.

Thanks Gr4ys!


I'm wondering, now that the thread is many pages long, and I'm not sure where the latest "summary" post is, whether a forum like this is the best medium for these (especially since the original poster can't go back and edit their own original post to be a constantly-current listing). I'm thinking a Wiki format might be a better layout, if people are willing. I know the Pathfinder Wikia wiki is focused strictly on canon sources, though there are are other Wikia wikis that might be compatible. The goal of the d20 Adventure wiki seems in line with community-based worldbuilding (it's rather stagnant now, but I'm sure this community would give it the boost it needs). The wiki I help administrate over there (d20 NPCs) is more focused on stat blocks than maps, so that wouldn't be the best fit. But the benefit of joining in the Wikia family is that there's automatic interwiki links to all the other Wikia wikis, so community-made maps could link to the Pathfinder Wikia wiki information to give the canon information about it, and any conversions of the NPCs to another ruleset (PFRPG or others) could be put on the d20 NPCs wiki.

What do you think?

Grand Lodge

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I reworked the feats in the players guide to balance with the traits. I also added a few traits to represent pc's from Sandpoint.The Extra, Local, and Teller of Tales are all originals :). Let me know what ya think.

Big Game Hunter: You are an experienced hunter of the large creatures that stalk the Varisian wilds. Benefit: You gain a +1 to attack rolls and a +1 bonus on weapon damage against Large or bigger Beasts and Animals.

City Born: You grew up in Magnimar, Korvosa, or Riddleport, one of the Varisia city-states. You are educated and well informed on the news and needs of your home and hold tight to the knowledge that your city-state is unquestionably greater than the others.
Benefit: Magnimar gain +1 to diplomacy and it is always a class skill for you.
Korvosa gain +1 to intimidate and it is always a class skill for you.
Riddleport gain +1 to bluff and it is always a class skill for you.

Country Born: You come from a rural area of Varisia it could be you are from the Hinterlands, or you may be from one of a number of small communities sprinkled across Varisia. The hard work needed to live a rustic life has given you a strong will to perceiver.
Benefit: gain a +1 bonus on all wills saves.

Extra: You have often gotten bit parts in Cyrdak’s various productions.
Benefit: You gain +1 to perform (Sing) and (Oratory) one of these is always a class skill for you.

Local: You were born and raised right here in Sandpoint as a result you have excellent insight into the community.
Benefit: You gain a +1 to diplomacy and +1 to sense motive when dealing with Sandpoint and Hinterland folk. One of these is always a class skill for you.

Lone Wolf: Although you may have grown up in a city. You have lived a long and lonely and were forced to fend for yourself.
Benefit: Your vigorous health grants you a +1 fort bonus.

Teller of Tales: You spend much of your time spinning yarns at the Hagfish. You can tell doozies with the best of um.
Benefit: You gain a +1 to bluff and it is always a class skill for you.

Totem Spirit: You are closely and mystically tied to your tribe’s totem. You must be a member of the Shoanti tribe to take this trait.
Benefit: Lyrune-Quah (Moon Clan) You gain a +1 to will Saves.
Shadde-Quah (Axe Clan) You gain an extra round of rage if you have that ability, or +1 to intimidate and it is always a class skill for you.
Shriikirri-Quah (Hawk Clan) You gain a +1 to your initiative.
Shundar-Quah (Spire Clan) You gain a +1 on fort saves.
Sklar-Quah (Sun Clan) You gain a +1 on reflex saves.
Skoan-Quah (Skull Clan) You gain +2 damage against all undead.
Tamiir-Quah (Wind Clan) Your base speed is increased by 5’.

Varisian Tattoo: These tattoos mark you as a worker of the ancient traditions of Varisian magic.
You gain +1 to the DC’s of one school of magic that you cast. You also get a +1 bonus to your spellcraft checks.


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I love the new traits! They capture the flavor nicely. One could really go wild with this idea given how detailed Sandpoint is.

Best.

Dorgar wrote:

I reworked the feats in the players guide to balance with the traits. I also added a few traits to represent pc's from Sandpoint.The Extra, Local, and Teller of Tales are all originals :). Let me know what ya think.

Big Game Hunter: You are an experienced hunter of the large creatures that stalk the Varisian wilds. Benefit: You gain a +1 to attack rolls and a +1 bonus on weapon damage against Large or bigger Beasts and Animals.

City Born: You grew up in Magnimar, Korvosa, or Riddleport, one of the Varisia city-states. You are educated and well informed on the news and needs of your home and hold tight to the knowledge that your city-state is unquestionably greater than the others.
Benefit: Magnimar gain +1 to diplomacy and it is always a class skill for you.
Korvosa gain +1 to intimidate and it is always a class skill for you.
Riddleport gain +1 to bluff and it is always a class skill for you.

Country Born: You come from a rural area of Varisia it could be you are from the Hinterlands, or you may be from one of a number of small communities sprinkled across Varisia. The hard work needed to live a rustic life has given you a strong will to perceiver.
Benefit: gain a +1 bonus on all wills saves.

Extra: You have often gotten bit parts in Cyrdak’s various productions.
Benefit: You gain +1 to perform (Sing) and (Oratory) one of these is always a class skill for you.

Local: You were born and raised right here in Sandpoint as a result you have excellent insight into the community.
Benefit: You gain a +1 to diplomacy and +1 to sense motive when dealing with Sandpoint and Hinterland folk. One of these is always a class skill for you.

Lone Wolf: Although you may have grown up in a city. You have lived a long and lonely and were forced to fend for yourself.
Benefit: Your vigorous health grants you a +1 fort bonus.

Teller of Tales: You spend much of your time spinning yarns at the Hagfish. You can tell doozies with the best of um.
Benefit: You gain a +1 to bluff and it is always a class...


Hi all,
I'm looking for furniture for a map.
chairs, tables, beds, and other indoor stuff-

anybody know where if there are things like that out there (pdf's tiff's jpeg's)?

GRU


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Dorgar wrote:

I reworked the feats in the players guide to balance with the traits. I also added a few traits to represent pc's from Sandpoint.The Extra, Local, and Teller of Tales are all originals :). Let me know what ya think.

Big Game Hunter: You are an experienced hunter of the large creatures that stalk the Varisian wilds. Benefit: You gain a +1 to attack rolls and a +1 bonus on weapon damage against Large or bigger Beasts and Animals.

City Born: You grew up in Magnimar, Korvosa, or Riddleport, one of the Varisia city-states. You are educated and well informed on the news and needs of your home and hold tight to the knowledge that your city-state is unquestionably greater than the others.
Benefit: Magnimar gain +1 to diplomacy and it is always a class skill for you.
Korvosa gain +1 to intimidate and it is always a class skill for you.
Riddleport gain +1 to bluff and it is always a class skill for you.

Country Born: You come from a rural area of Varisia it could be you are from the Hinterlands, or you may be from one of a number of small communities sprinkled across Varisia. The hard work needed to live a rustic life has given you a strong will to perceiver.
Benefit: gain a +1 bonus on all wills saves.

Extra: You have often gotten bit parts in Cyrdak’s various productions.
Benefit: You gain +1 to perform (Sing) and (Oratory) one of these is always a class skill for you.

Local: You were born and raised right here in Sandpoint as a result you have excellent insight into the community.
Benefit: You gain a +1 to diplomacy and +1 to sense motive when dealing with Sandpoint and Hinterland folk. One of these is always a class skill for you.

Lone Wolf: Although you may have grown up in a city. You have lived a long and lonely and were forced to fend for yourself.
Benefit: Your vigorous health grants you a +1 fort bonus.

Teller of Tales: You spend much of your time spinning yarns at the Hagfish. You can tell doozies with the best of um.
Benefit: You gain a +1 to bluff and it is always a class...

I like them all, though Big Game Hunter seems to have lost some of the Heroic feel of Hunter of Legends. We have 2 different characters (in 2 different campaigns) that are Hunters of Legends and they go after every Big creature in the area. (It has also led me to naming every local monster. The giant Crab in the bay is Clakerclaws. The Owlbear that haunts the forest trail is Scarbite. Vig the Underdoom is the Ankheg that has been stealing sheep, etc.)

But the rest are good. (I have been having difficulties with the older Varisian Tattoo. I like your version better.)


GRU wrote:

Hi all,

I'm looking for furniture for a map.
chairs, tables, beds, and other indoor stuff-

anybody know where if there are things like that out there (pdf's tiff's jpeg's)?

GRU

Search the maptool forums. I believe there is a (legal!) torrent link there of a batch of CC licensed map art.

Grand Lodge

Those (Ankheg, and owlbear )are magical beasts covered by the trait I forgot to add Vermin, but it was just an oversight. I would consider them to be included.

Gigglestick wrote:
saidI like them all, though Big Game Hunter seems to have lost some of the Heroic feel of Hunter of Legends. We have 2 different characters (in 2 different campaigns) that are Hunters of Legends and they go after every Big creature in the area. (It has also led me to naming every local monster. The giant Crab in the bay is Clakerclaws. The Owlbear that haunts the forest trail is Scarbite. Vig the Underdoom is the Ankheg that has been stealing sheep, etc.)


Dorgar wrote:

Those (Ankheg, and owlbear )are magical beasts covered by the trait I forgot to add Vermin, but it was just an oversight. I would consider them to be included.

Gigglestick wrote:
saidI like them all, though Big Game Hunter seems to have lost some of the Heroic feel of Hunter of Legends. We have 2 different characters (in 2 different campaigns) that are Hunters of Legends and they go after every Big creature in the area. (It has also led me to naming every local monster. The giant Crab in the bay is Clakerclaws. The Owlbear that haunts the forest trail is Scarbite. Vig the Underdoom is the Ankheg that has been stealing sheep, etc.)

The mechanic is good, it was the idea of Big Game Hunter (which makes it sound like a man with a big mustache and a pith helmet) vs Hunter of Legends (which sounds more heroic).

But that's a VERY minor quibble (I'm splitting hairs). The rules are awesome.


I did a very similar thing to Dorgar, and added these to my own players guide...

Here's the ones we had...

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You may choose one (and only one) of the following feats as a bonus feat during character creation.

City Born
You grew up in Magnimar, Korvosa, or Riddleport, one of Varisia’s three city-states. You are educated and wellinformed on the news and needs of your home and hold tight to the knowledge that your city-state is unquestionably greater than the others.
Prerequisite: 1st-level character, cannot have Country Born, Lone Wolf, Totem Spirit or Sandpoint Citizen.
Benefit: Choose Magnimar, Korvosa, or Riddleport as your home city. The frantic bustle of the city has honed your reactions— you gain a +1 bonus on Reflex saves. If you’re from Magnimar, you gain a +2 bonus on Diplomacy checks. If you’re from Korvosa, you gain a +2 bonus on Intimidate checks. And if you’re from Riddleport, you gain a +2 bonus
on Bluff checks.

Country Born
You come from one of Varisia’s rural regions, where you were raised in an environment of rustic tradition, honest work, and common sense.
Prerequisite: 1st-level character, cannot have City Born, Lone Wolf, Totem Spirit or Sandpoint Citizen.
Benefit: A childhood of farm work, apprenticeship, or similar toil has granted you reserves of endurance. Once per day, when an effect would normally leave you fatigued or exhausted, you may ignore the fatigue or exhaustion effect. This ability activates the first time you are affected by fatigue or exhaustion in a day—you cannot “save” it to apply
it to a specific effect. Your traditional upbringing has sharpened your willpower as well, granting a +1 bonus on Will saves.

Lone Wolf
Although you may have grown up in the city, you led a lonely childhood and were forced to fend for yourself.
Prerequisite: 1st-level character, cannot have City Born, Country Born, Totem Spirit or Sandpoint Citizen.
Benefit: Whenever you are dying, your chance of stabilizing is 50%. Your vigorous health also grants you a +1 bonus on Fortitude saves.

Totem Spirit
You are closely and mystically tied to your tribe’s sacred totem.
Prerequisite: Member of a Shoanti tribe. 1st-level character, cannot have City Born, Country Born, Lone Wolf or Sandpoint Citizen.
Benefit: The benefit granted by this feat depends on which Shoanti tribe you belong to:
Lyrune-Quah (Moon Clan): You gain a +1 bonus on Will saves and
a +2 bonus on Listen checks.
Shadde-Quah (Axe Clan): If you have the rage ability, it lasts for one additional round. You also gain a +2 bonus on Intimidate checks.
Shriikirri-Quah (Hawk Clan): You gain a +2 bonus on Initiative checks and a +2 bonus on Ride checks.
Shundar-Quah (Spire Clan): You gain a +1 bonus on Fortitude saves and a +2 bonus on Spot checks.
Sklar-Quah (Sun Clan): You gain a +1 bonus on Reflex saves and
a +2 bonus on Tumble checks.
Skoan-Quah (Skull Clan): You gain a +2 bonus on weapon damage against undead and a +2 bonus on Heal checks.
Tamiir-Quah (Wind Clan): Your base land speed increases by 5 feet. You also gain a +2 bonus on Jump checks.

Sandpoint Citizen
Living in Sandpoint has made you not only popular, but more hardy
Prerequisite: 1st-level, cannot have City Born, Country Born, Lone Wolf or Totem Spirit
Benefit: Living for several years in the coastal town of Sandpoint has made you well know and liked with the residents. You also have a brighter outlook on life and a good constitution. You gain a +1 on Fortitude saves, a +4 bonus on Diplomacy checks with Sandpoint residents, and a +1 bonus on Diplomacy checks with other humanoids.
-----

The other feats from the official players guide are all selectable as normal feats

I should put up my own players guide, but its pinched a lot of stuff from PF1 (around Sandpoint) so I'm not sure of the legal problems with sharing it...


Evil Lincoln wrote:
GRU wrote:

Hi all,

I'm looking for furniture for a map.
chairs, tables, beds, and other indoor stuff-

anybody know where if there are things like that out there (pdf's tiff's jpeg's)?

GRU

Search the maptool forums. I believe there is a (legal!) torrent link there of a batch of CC licensed map art.

Thanks, Evil Lincoln - will do!

GRU


Would anyone be interested in a MapTools campaign file of the town of Sandpoint?

I used the highest resolution map of Sandpoint I could find (clean without labels) and made it to scale. It doesn't look too bad! Then I went through and put vision blocking around all the buildings, city walls, and some trees.

I'm also thinking about adding in light sources (street lamps, etc) in case I want to have something go down at night.

Would anyone be interested?
___________________________________________

Also, would anyone be interested in other campaign files in general? I'm working on a nice one for Thistletop, for example.

Sovereign Court

Our group hasn't taken the full plunge into MapTools yet, but for a huge map of Sandpoint (for use in FotSG) I might start!


GRU wrote:
Evil Lincoln wrote:
GRU wrote:

Hi all,

I'm looking for furniture for a map.
chairs, tables, beds, and other indoor stuff-

anybody know where if there are things like that out there (pdf's tiff's jpeg's)?

GRU

Search the maptool forums. I believe there is a (legal!) torrent link there of a batch of CC licensed map art.

Thanks, Evil Lincoln - will do!

GRU

Also RPGMapShare.com.


Twowlves wrote:


Our group hasn't taken the full plunge into MapTools yet, but for a huge map of Sandpoint (for use in FotSG) I might start!

The raid on Sandpoint in FotSG is what made me decide to do it. We're still only in Burnt Offerings, but I figured, if I'm gonna do it, might as well do it now! That way I'll have it if I decide to do any other skirmishes in town (and, now that I have it, I certainly will set up other skirmishes in town!)

Paizo Employee CEO

vocaldc wrote:

Would anyone be interested in a MapTools campaign file of the town of Sandpoint?

I used the highest resolution map of Sandpoint I could find (clean without labels) and made it to scale. It doesn't look too bad! Then I went through and put vision blocking around all the buildings, city walls, and some trees.

I'm also thinking about adding in light sources (street lamps, etc) in case I want to have something go down at night.

Would anyone be interested?
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Also, would anyone be interested in other campaign files in general? I'm working on a nice one for Thistletop, for example.

I would be interested in seeing the Sandpoint file and anything else you might make up. I have been experimenting with MapTools and would love to have some finished files to look over as I play around with it. Just send to lisa at paizo dot com. Thanks!

-Lisa


Lisa Stevens wrote:

I would be interested in seeing the Sandpoint file and anything else you might make up. I have been experimenting with MapTools and would love to have some finished files to look over as I play around with it. Just send to lisa at paizo dot com. Thanks!

-Lisa

Will do, Lisa! I'll get the files all prettied up and send them off to you tonight.

By the way, has anyone ever mentioned that a high-resolution offering of all Pathfinder maps would be *AMAZING* for such purposes? Seriously, I would drop some major coin for all of the RotRL maps in hi-res (and preferably "clean" without text for room names and such). Plus, any and all future offerings in high-res (Kingmaker??) would be must-have material -- and I'm guessing I'm not alone! Please consider it! :-)

P.S. By hi-res I mean an electronic file to download. I understand that printing the maps to scale would not be a cost-effective option.


vocaldc wrote:
Lisa Stevens wrote:

I would be interested in seeing the Sandpoint file and anything else you might make up. I have been experimenting with MapTools and would love to have some finished files to look over as I play around with it. Just send to lisa at paizo dot com. Thanks!

-Lisa

Will do, Lisa! I'll get the files all prettied up and send them off to you tonight.

By the way, has anyone ever mentioned that a high-resolution offering of all Pathfinder maps would be *AMAZING* for such purposes? Seriously, I would drop some major coin for all of the RotRL maps in hi-res (and preferably "clean" without text for room names and such). Plus, any and all future offerings in high-res (Kingmaker??) would be must-have material -- and I'm guessing I'm not alone! Please consider it! :-)

P.S. By hi-res I mean an electronic file to download. I understand that printing the maps to scale would not be a cost-effective option.

Oooo, I'll throw in my +1 towards that. I use D20Pro, and while most of the maps from the adventures turn out okay, having a little sharper res would be even better :D

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Here's a link to download the Sandpoint map as a MapTool campaign file. It's to scale with vision blocking. It does not have light sources, but I may add them in the future.

Sandpoint Map for MapTools (.cmpgn file)

There's a token of Sheriff Belor Hemlock just west of the Sandpoint Cathedral you can use to "explore" the town and see how the vision blocking works. :-)

Please let me know if there are any problems accessing the file or downloading it. Thanks.


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vocaldc wrote:

Here's a link to download the Sandpoint map as a MapTool campaign file. It's to scale with vision blocking. It does not have light sources, but I may add them in the future.

Sandpoint Map for MapTools (.cmpgn file)

There's a token of Sheriff Belor Hemlock just west of the Sandpoint Cathedral you can use to "explore" the town and see how the vision blocking works. :-)

Please let me know if there are any problems accessing the file or downloading it. Thanks.

Another great trick you might consider:

Get a very small, transparent .png and make a token out of it. Put the token on the Object layer and resize it to match any building on the map. Open the token and put the description from Pathfinder #1 into the "Notes" or "GM Notes" tab (it can help to convert the PDF to plaintext first). When you return to the token layer, the notes will now be a tooltip on each building that you have done this for.

I do this for almost all of my maps in Runelords, and for all the "Box Text" in any adventure, my players love it. They get to read the box text aloud, instead of listening to me do it. Some of the Hook Mountain box texts were especially traumatic in this way. :)


So there haven't been any posts on here in a while, so I figured I'd get it started again.

My Chopper's Isle write up (levels 2-4)

Hellknight Initiation Ritual (levels 2-4)

Nualia's Diary as a pdf

Anyways, hope ya'll enjoy!

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