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Mapping your Warhammer battles with Battle Chronicler

Battle Chronicler is a free program for making battle reports of tabletop wargames, such as Warhammer. It provides a simple yet attractive user interface combined with excellent graphical output to produce professional-quality battle reports for any tabletop wargame you like. Continue reading

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Using Hexographer to create overland hex maps

One of the easiest ways to bring your campaign world to life is to give your player’s a sense of where they are in relation to the rest of the world. If they know that the ruins of the ancient … Continue reading

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Using the Dungeon Tile Mapper from WotC

If you are anything like us here at Dice of Doom HQ, the moment you got D&D 4E you rushed out and bought a stack of Dungeon Tiles once you realised how important (and awesome) they were. After collecting a … Continue reading

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Create your own Dungeon Tiles from scratch with Photoshop

This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series Dungeon Tiles

Learn how to create your own full color, printable dungeon tiles for your own games using Photoshop in 5-10 minutes. Continue reading

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