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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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Creating your own Dungeon Tiles

Update: Click here for instructions on how to create your own Dungeon Tiles using Photoshop. One of the big changes in Dungeons & Dragons Fourth Edition (D&D 4e) is the almost mandatory use of dungeon tiles and models for every … Continue reading

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Catacombs of Paris

There’s nothing quite like the thought of deep and secret passages running beneath your feet, beneath your everyday life. Who knows what they might contain? The secret ways beneath Paris have existed since Roman times. Now they are all available … Continue reading

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