28
Jan
11

…..Friday’s “Mystery Meat”…..

~ Attention. Here’s an update on tonight’s dinner. It was veal. I repeat, veal. The winner of tonight’s mystery meat contest is Jeffrey Corbin who guessed “some kind of beef.”~

      On the menu, is this week’s “Mystery Meat” Lendore Island. I’m sure this is an island that was part of some TSR module, at least I’m pretty sure that’s where I got the name for it. I can’t for the life of me remember which module though. I drew this up a long time ago, and actually still have some pages of notes that go with it. Maybe sometime I’ll get them organized and post them too, but tonight it’s late and I’m wiped out….so this is all I’m posting. I like the look of this map and the legend. Maybe you will too, or maybe you won’t….it is “Mystery Meat” after all. Peace Out….:)

Here is a full page PDF of “Lendore Island”

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2 Responses to “…..Friday’s “Mystery Meat”…..”


  1. January 28, 2011 at 2:21 am

    well, obviously the island has a healthy wizard population. Somebody must be keeping the rivers flowing against the pull of gravity… :p

  2. 2 Syrsuro
    January 28, 2011 at 5:56 pm

    Lendore Island (Lendore Isle) was the setting for the “L” series of 1st edition AD&D modules: L1 The Secret of Bone Hill and L2 The Assassin’s Knot.

    Carl


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    This blog came into being after I discovered the OSR blog scene. I was inspired by Dyson Logos and his blog, specifically his geomorph project. Check out his awesome work: "Dyson's Dodecahedron" The style and the simple elegance of his 10 x 10 squares put me on a mapping roll. I have blatently (...and respectfully) emulated his style and now have pages upon pages of geomorphs. Along with more location specific maps in that same style.

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