The Blueprints Hand Drawn product line offers you old-fashioned maps for using in your adventures and campaigns. These maps are skillfully hand-drawn. Despite their old fashioned appearance, each map offers you a degree of customization, using the pdf technology at its best. A button on the Master Control Panel allows you to turn on and off the grid, eliminate the room numbers, get the walls filled, don’t show doors and furniture and many other options, depending from the nature of the map.
On top of a rocky hill is a gloomy two-story building that is known as “The Cage”. People avoid it because it is believed to be haunted.
Some tell that the prison was hit by some kind of plague and that many prisoners found a horrible death locked in their cells. Others tell that a non-human prisoner went out of control and began slaughtering both guards and prisoners.
The prison lies abandoned. Skeletons of murdered people still litter the floor.
The ground floor was originally built with facilities for prisoners, such as a refectory, laundry room, chapel, and library. The courtyards were filled with exercise machines and other such tools.
The second floor was home to the guards who did their work from above.
The cells were underground, along with a torture chamber and a doghouse.
Each Blueprint Hand Drawn contains:
- Three beautifully hand-drawn fantasy maps
- Several room templates for adding your own descriptions
Rule the Dungeon, allowing you to customize your map
- Numbers: toggle room numbers and text.
- Shadows: toggle furniture shadows.
- Furniture: toggle furniture.
- Doors: toggle doors
- Reference Grid: toggle a precise square grid.
- Floor: toggle floor design and decorations, if any
- Fill: toggle the fill and shadows in the walls.
- Key: toggle the key box
- Background: toggle the background from parchment to white
- All: toggle default state/empty state (with just the walls).
Master Control Panel: allowing you to control all maps at once
Six Presets for quick customization
North Mark orientable
WARNING ADOBE ACROBAT DC USERS: you may have to add a trusted location for your blueprints file to make it work properly. To add trusted location go to Adobe Acrobat Preferences > Security (Enhanced) > In Privileged locations click "add file" and pick your Blueprint.