Today is Tuesday, which means: maps! Lots of stuff today folks, so check them out.

Our new public map today is a free-to-use updated version of an older map I did for Inktober. This is a set of tombs in a canyon, somewhere in an arid rocky waste. Notably, this map lacks a grid, which isn’t common among my work.

300 dpi, PNG, free-to-use
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The Canyon Tombs by Patrick McGill is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Over on the Patreon another free-to-use map was released as an early access reward to patrons. Preview the sample below and consider becoming one among that noble group of generous individuals here.

We are also releasing a number of illustrations and maps into the public sphere today that were previously in Early Access on the Patreon. Check them out!

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these images by Patrick McGill are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

All of these images have been put on the Free-to-Use gallery so go grab them and use them! I want to see zines, modules, one page dungeons from you potential talented tRPG developers.

It’s been twenty days since the 9th Key Press patreon was launched, and since then we’ve collected seven patrons and have beat two funding goals – which might seem fairly humble but to be honest I expected growth to be a bit slower than that.

So first I’d just like to say thank you to those seven patrons, who all have generously opted for the Adept tier. I was worried about not getting a single a patron for awhile, so they have definitely given me warm and fuzzy feelings.

Since today’s patreon update marks the probable end of April’s content (barring any sudden side projects that materialize), I wanted to take a moment to reflect on the Patreon launch and ask a series of survey questions in order to re-calibrate and try to match expectations.

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