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Milgram
13-08-2006, 10:59
Hi folks,

I've read some interesting rules for dungeons in mordheim (rules in 'land of the dead') and we played some test games - and they were great. so now we want to have nicer terrain. and as we are all some jerks that are not able to make proper looking 2D terrain, I came up with the idea of printing the terrain (and glue it on 1' plates).

does anyone know a site where we could get a nice dungeon creator? I should have somewhere a hero quest cd that had something in this direction - but of course I can't find it anymore. so I know that there has to be some. :)

config
13-08-2006, 11:31
not sure if it fits your needs, but check it out

http://www.worldslargestdungeon.com/

so long

Brother Othorio
13-08-2006, 14:05
http://www.aarg.net/~minam/dungeon.cgi

Milgram
13-08-2006, 14:19
humm... not totally what we need. we need something more 'terraining' - you know, like the hero quest table - but customizable.

DeathMasterSnikch
13-08-2006, 17:05
Bugger, just got rid of a PDF with all the WHQ floorplans on. There may still be a copy of them on the net if they would help?

Edit: http://kurt.helborg.free.fr/warhammer_quest/boite_de_base/boite_de_base.php

If you save those, print them and then glue them onto thin card it may work for you.

Niibl
13-08-2006, 17:46
What about this (http://www.dwarvenforge.com/store/home.php)?
But beware-dungeons with walls tend to be too narrow most of the time.
We use it for a Descent campaign ATM and it works though.

I think fantasy flight games (http://www.fantasyflightgames.com/descent_support.html)has a scenario editor for download on it's Site but I don't know if the resulting maps are useable for playing.

The same goes for this (http://home.quicknet.nl/qn/prive/lm.broers/download.htm) "thing"

I also have found this program (http://www.dundjinni.com/)on the net. It seems to be quite nice and if you don't buy it on your own it seems to be affordable.

Lord of ???
15-08-2006, 09:02
this is a good place

some assembly is required but it works out fairly cheap

http://www.hirstarts.com