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A small village, barely a hamlet, sits at a widening in the road through the great forest. The modest houses surround the village square and the old well that serves as a source of clean water.

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This map made an excellent setting for starting out a group of heroes vs. goblinoids campaign. Thanks!

Comment Posted Fri September 15, 2006, 11:17 pm by DM

how about a dwarf kingdom generator

Comment Posted Thu May 31, 2007, 2:14 am by whitebattlemage

Good map, indeed. kep up the good work

Comment Posted Tue June 19, 2007, 1:31 pm by Dm_DGC

I love the maps and generators you have on this site, they've been very helpful.... but I'd love to see a town map generator lol.

Comment Posted Mon August 11, 2008, 5:57 am by Kat

i would love to see a map of a city/town zoomed in enough for fighting in the streets (i wanna run a civil war)

Comment Posted Fri July 9, 2010, 2:07 pm by Lord of the Dice

Great generators! I would really like to see a town generator on this site. GO GROZZY!

Comment Posted Sun January 23, 2011, 1:39 pm by IM150

Terrific site guys keep up the good work I'll be using this place on a regular bases. MANY KUDDOS!

Comment Posted Thu February 7, 2013, 8:04 pm by xMortalKnightX

As people have said it be nice to have town genorater so that I could have a town for my pcs to have a battle with the towns people.

Comment Posted Fri August 8, 2014, 12:55 pm by Pig dm

I see a lot of chimneys there in those buildings. When a area is first settled the resources closet are utilized. So I don't think there would be all those trees so close to the buildings. As they would of been cut down for either lumber of firewood. Also there is no sign of agriculture, not even garden plots. Thus with the trees being chopped down. The stumps would be pulled out, the rocks in the top soil would be removed and stacked to create field fences. Then the soil plowed and planted. Thus it would be a more realistic livable looking place.

Comment Posted Thu April 9, 2015, 8:51 am by Wulfnor

Wulfnor, you obviously can't see that the regularity of the trees indicate a tended, pruned forest, either some kind of orchard or harvested for spell components. The town cleric provides basic sustenance from his or her prayers for manna and mushrooms and herbs are farmed in the network of root cellars using artificial light spells. This also keeps what few crops the villagers do raise safe from magical herbivores. The chimneys are strictly ritual and used for the townsfolk's burnt offerings to ascend to the heavens.

Comment Posted Thu January 21, 2016, 3:01 pm by Ronfluw

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