These mining tunnels are criss-crossed with thermal pools, an echoing chasm, and they penetrate something ancient and better left alone…
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This new battle map is my latest addition to the Eisenstein Mining Compound adventure that my brother Troy and I are collaborating on along with David the token artist! Its complete form will be released by the end of the week, leaving you enough time to prepare a Halloween game if you so wish. 🙂
This section of the mines is many times more deadly than the last, featuring more and easier to fall into pools of boiling mud and water, a chasm with no discernible bottom, and one very out-of-place stone-cut chamber.
I’ve been experimenting with a handful of (subtle, I admit) artistic techniques with these two maps. The color palette is probably the most pronounced difference – what do you think of the muted colors? It’s a bit of a return-to-form for me, and I want to let the line art do more of the work in the future.
I hope you’re excited for the complete adventure! The necessary maps are now complete, and we’re just putting a few finishing touches on the written supplement and whipping up a few more tokens – you’ll hear again from us soon! 🙂
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