While digging through my old paperwork to set up for this Sunday’s 3.5 D&D game, I ran across a bunch of pencil-drawn maps that never made it onto the scanner since I drew them four or so years ago.
The first of these is The Burrow of Naab Underhill. Naab is a halfling like most others, living in a fairly well-appointed but homey burrow beneath his garden hill. It is well-to-do enough to have two bedrooms in addition to the sitting room, kitchen and greeting room.
However, much scandal would be raised should anyone discover that not only is there a secret door between the master bedroom and the guest room closet, but the guest room also conceals a second secret door that leads down to the mill along the river. Within this secret passage is a storage room that holds a variety of long-storage foodstuffs, flint and steel and a few other necessities (as well as a collection of pretty good alcohols and pipe weeds that he keeps safe and out of the way). But there is a third secret door along this passage way, one that secures a smaller store room that contains the leftovers of Mr Underhill’s adventuring days – some treasure no doubt, but also his adventuring gear.
The Burrow of Naab Underhill was drawn in pencil on plain white paper, scanned and contrast enhanced (repeatedly, to the extreme).