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Map created from Mausritter's Hextool.

Most of the concept was generated by rolling some dice and putting together the prompts given by Isaac Williams in Mausritter RPG. All I did was drawing some hexes and filling the gaps in the "script". 


The downloadable file is a two page pdf (A4). Enjoy!

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This region lacks an official name. For example, the "Drainpipe territory" or "Swampfarm region".

Thank you for this beautiful illustration.

I think you're absolutely right!
Love the suggestions. I'll consider those for sure - on the next update the region will have a name :D   

Is $5 a fair price to pay for this map, or should it be more? There weren't any pricing guidelines to follow that I could find. I want to pay a fair price for sure because it looks like a lot of work and time went into this map.

Thank you for your concern regarding the fair price. And a mega THANK YOU for the $upport. 
It's hard to put a price on it... and even harder to make a good profit from pdf sales (without  advertising or a marketing team). I kinda gave up on revenue - this is basically a way of sharing the personal work done in spare time. Every contribution, comment or share is very appreciated.

OMG That is soo cool. Will you make another one?

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Many thanks.
Not sure if I'll do another one - to be honest, most of my itchio work turns out to be a "waste of time" (or at least feels a lot like it).
I was thinking about an adventure site, or a detail in the map.

Well done!

thanks =)

beautiful!

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thank so much ^^
glad you liked it

sweet hexmap, both in drawing and simple to use layout!

thank you =)

Beautiful map with a nice workable key, encounters, rumors, and factions. Just the thing a busy group needs to give a Mausritter hex-crawl a try.

Thank you for the kind words. Let me know how it went when you give this map a try ;)