|The Two Towers 1982|
The first dungeon adventure I ever wrote was a continuation of the the “Haunted Keep” incomplete sample adventure in the back of the Basic rule book. I called it “The Two Towers”. I have the original map somewhere but I also have a digital version I created years later (left). Discussion of the contents is better for another day, but suffice to say it was a standard dungeon of the time with level 1 creatures on the first level, level 2 on the second, etc. with not a lot of rhyme or reason.
A number of years later, when I was first getting interested in Fantasy Grounds II, I wrote a module for the Labyrinth Lord ruleset based on my Two Towers adventure and using images of dungeon tiles from WOTC. I cut, paste and re-positioned them to create dungeon maps. I thought they would make pretty good online dungeon maps that you could move tokens around on.
|The Haunted Keep Fantasy Grounds II Map 2009|
A lot of effort went into creating four dungeon levels of maps. I completed the module but I never did get to try using them. I struggled to get Fantasy Grounds II to work with my firewall and never did figure it out.
If I play online as the Game Master now I think I will use Roll20 and stick to simpler “ classic blue maps” or maybe black and white maps.
|FG2 Module: The Haunted Keep 2009|