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This product is an independent production by Luigi (aka Igiul on Fb) Pizzinu and is not affiliated with Lamentations of the Flame Princess. Lamentations of the Flame Princess is a registered trademark owned by James Edward Raggi IV.

This was my first map made using the Dungeondraft program.  You can get that program here.

I know it could be slightly improved,  but I don't intend to work more on it. You do get the Dungeondraft file here though, so feel free to do it yourself with attribution and for non-commercial use (CC-BY-NC). I might wave off the price for PWYC eventually.

It is a map for the excellent module Tower of the Stargazer. It is made for Lamentations of the Flame Princess (LotFP), but is OSR compatible and more "vanilla fantasy" than what you generally see in LotFP.  Actually used it in an "05R" campaign with a Pratchett vibe with total newbies, as one of the location (with Skyblind Spire and Willowby Hall) in a region built around T1.

There is not much combat, lots of things to interact with, lots of treasure and lots of deadly traps. Plus, it has designer commentary by Raggi. With Tomb of the Serpent Kings, I think it's one of the best introduction to the genre.


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In order to download this asset pack you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $1 USD. You will get access to the following files:

1.png 2 MB
-1.png 1 MB
-2.png 526 kB
2.png 972 kB
3.png 917 kB
4.png 1 MB
5.png 1 MB
TotS.dungeondraft_map 259 kB


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If you made it in DungeonDraft, could be a cool idea to also draw up the Dynamic Lighting walls and light sources, and then export it as an UVTT file. This way you could offer the VTT-ready versions of maps alongside the normal versions.

Oh good idead, didn't know you could do that! I thought it had to be added in Roll20 or other VTTs after the upload. I think I put a light source on one level, for the stove or something, but it was just for the visual effect.

As I said, I'm not sure I'll work more on this, but feel free to take the file, add it and then share your upgraded map! If not, it will be on my future to do list haha.