I participated in the #mapvember challenge again this year, designing LEGO maps for use in Dungeons & Dragons games. I designed 29 maps (I missed a day), expanding and refining my modular terrain.Continue reading Mapvember 2020
Early in November, I stumbled across an Instagram hashtag that I’d never seen before: mapvember. The idea was simple, to post a roleplaying game map every day for a month. I’ve been doing some experiments with designing D&D maps with LEGO, so it seemed a perfect excuse to see what I could do with the concept. Continue reading Mapvember
I’ve been really excited about the Dungeons & Dragons maps that I’ve been designing and building lately. I’ve posted a series of concept maps on Instagram with the #mapvember tag and people seem to really like them. Starting in December, I’ll be making the tilesets available for Patreon followers! Continue reading Patreon Update: DnD Map Tilesets Coming Soon!
I’m what you might call an old gamer. I played Advanced Dungeons & Dragons with my friends as the first books came out. I haven’t been gaming much in recent years, but my son is finally of an age to take up the dice. Why not combine two of my favorite things? Continue reading LEGO & Dungeons & Dragons