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Kobold’s Run is meant to link any other two maps or areas together where I originally though of putting a straight corridor, or a slanting corridor between levels of a dungeon. The structures of this area purposefully cross over and under one another to make the distance covered more interesting, particularly when trying to escape from or catch up with something or someone.

Kobold's Run

Kobold’s Run

I named it based on the memory of Tucker’s Kobolds, where the author describes the kobolds running along alternate passages to get behind and ahead of the party seemingly at every turn.

The Kobold’s Run was drawn with a 0.7mm black gel pen in my 4 x 6 inch mapping book.