Friday, March 15, 2013

Revised Geomorphs: Series1 (All Sets)

Here are links to our first series of Geomorphs, originally released through Netherwerks. This first series was something of an experiment and we learned a few things and received some interesting, and helpful feedback from certain of our readers (Thanks Gus, Tim, Porky and everyone else!)

There will be more Geomorphs coming your way soon!
In the mean-time hopefully some of you may find these handy or useful in your upcoming games.

Series 1/Set Zero is available as either a Jpeg or a PDF via our Free Stuff Folder at BOX.
(The handy widget is on the right.)

Series 1/Set 1 is available as a Jpeg or PDF via BOX.

Series 1/Set 2 is available as a Jpeg or PDF via BOX.
Series 1/Set 3 is now available via BOX as either a Jpeg or a PDF version.


Series 1/Set 4 is also available as either a Jpeg or PDF via BOX.

Series 1/Set 5 is also available in either Jpeg or PDF flavor, via BOX.

So there you go: Series One -- six pages, 36 Geomorphs -- all ready to print out, cut apart and put to use in your next game. 

You might also want to take a look at our Cave and Tunnel Hazard tables. We have a few more of those on the way as well...

10 comments:

  1. Just in time for me to use next week, as the PCs plan to explore the St. Paul caves.

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    1. Don't forget the Cave and Tunnel Hazards Table! We'll have a few more of those available soon. We'd love to hear how things go with the Geomorphs in your game. You might be interested in our Cut-Up Map project that's slated to start up next week...

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    1. Yep. Might have to hold off for another week in order to get everything worked-out and properly photographed. We had some excellent news that has pushed back some of the nerdery this week. In the meantime, are you interested in participating in an Exquisite-Corpse-style Dungeon-Map Experiment?

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    1. Thanks! This series was fun to do, and I may do a few more in this style, but first I want to get the hand-drawn ones ready to go...

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  4. If anything, the time is more right than ever for these, and seeing them all together here is really something. I might be able to put them to good use in the near future too, depending on where and how the party treads...

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    1. Use them in good health. I'm working on a few more 'morphs and trying out some other styles, not just hand-drawn. We'd love to hear how they work out for you and your group!

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  5. Hi Jim:

    I just used the tiles last night in a FATE game. Even thought FATE typically treats space very abstractly, they worked great for what I wanted them for, and I think the players enjoyed the fact that I used them. I also used the Cave and Tunnel Hazard table. I'll have a post up at FATE SF on the session either tonight or tomorrow.

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    1. That's wonderful news! We're always happy to hear about how people using our stuff in their games. There are some new geomorphs on the way, as well as a pile of random tables, including another Cave and Tunnel Hazards one. We're looking forward to seeing your post over at FATE SF!

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