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A complex of stone tunnels and chambers have been furnished to comfortably house a small community.

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Vladir Winters excavated this space and decorated it with warm lights, meals, and beds. There is a large meeting hall, kitchen, bedrooms, and more. It’s practically begging for some fog of war and a session of exploring from room to room!

Who dwells here? A thieve’s guild jumps to mind, or perhaps it’s some kind of medieval bomb shelter? (A dragon shelter?) Perhaps a happy dwarven community.

Do any fun ideas jump to your mind? We’d love to hear them in the comments! This is only Vladir’s second commission and I think they did an amazing job, so we’d love to get your feedback too. 🙂

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Ross McConnell

DM, aspiring artist, and founder of 2-Minute Tabletop! I love drawing, writing, and worldbuilding, and this is the website where all of it comes together.

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  1. I discovered this as a Facebook suggested, of all places.

    I wanted to say how much I appreciate these resources you’ve made. I am an artist too (@ napkinmouse, if you’re curious) and I’ve made similar things for my friends in the past whenever we would play, so I know how much time and effort it takes to make.
    Not only does it look phenomenal, but the fact that you have it for anybody to freely to use really warms my heart.

    I haven’t been able to find employment for… a while, so I can’t show my support fiscally, but I have telling my friends! I share the site every time someone talks about starting a new campaign! Ha ha
    Anyways, I just wanted to say thank you! I recognize you hard work, and I wanted to share my appreciation

  2. The Friends of the Lantern were a middling adventuring band, which is to say they had survived their forays and gained both a name and some moderate wealth. If that success put them below the exalted standing of nobles and guildmasters, it also put them well ahead of 90% of their adventuring peers. All with far less responsibility than any lord or guildmaster had to live with.

    Unfortunately, their last job in the city went… poorly. An exit was in order, and it was considered best to move somewhere beyond the easy reach of assassins from the Sisterhood of Sleep.

    Fortunately, some of their early jobs had taken place in and around a minor dwarven vault of Azen Mora. They had made friends there, and even then it was widely spoken that the mines were not producing what they once did. Their gnome spellscout Jhibli knew enough of dwarves to know what must come next. Loath to abandon so many decades of investment and home, the dwarves would venture deeper yet in their search for the earth's treasures. And when they did, he knew that outsiders might find welcome among the delvers, vault-guards, and vermin-hunters of the Oathsworn caste.

    Jhibli was right. With a shrinking population, quarters in the lower level's Oathsworn sector were not hard to come by. If they aren't palatial, they're a sight better than many an inn the Lanterns have seen. And the job? Same as it always was.

    Hey, it's a living.

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