Wavestone Keep Rewrite Step Two
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The original map I created for Wavestone Keep certainly isn’t great. The main issue is that it had absolutely no distinction between levels, which lead to it feeling more like a single level of natural caves, as opposed to a crudely carved hideout below and open air areas above. Secondly, the layout is sort of ludicrous. Both of these things I chalk up to inexperience. There is a large difference in designing adventures for my usual players and making dungeons that are fit for wider consumption.

Wavestone Keep Rewrite Step One
· ☕ 5 min read
Setting Parameters So, I have a fair bit of work to do it seems, If I am to whip this module into shape. But first, let’s set some parameters for “improvement.” Firstly, I am going to work within the bounds of Bryce’s contest guidelines, I.E. that the adventure features nine rooms, and fits on 8 or less pages. This is despite my intense desire to say “screw you, it’s my module and I’ll do what I want” and make it ten times bigger than the original.