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Encounter Maps

Here are a pair of encounter maps I prepared for the first session of my new D&D 4th Edition game tonight. The party will be venturing through a swamp. The arrow-looking things are thick patches of plant matter that serve as difficult terrain. Blue marks the edges of deep standing water.

 On this second map, the section in the middle is a log bridge covered in slippery moss (in green).
The maps were hand-drawn on 8.5"x11" singles from Ennie-winning Gaming Paper.

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