The Forgotten Village of Cottering

This is an abandoned village in the woods.  If you want, it can be no more than that.  Or you can send your PCs underground to find their creepy little secret.  The nature of that secret is up to you, of course.  Dark gods and demonic summoning?  Opening a gateway to another world?  Trafficking Eastern European prostitutes?

Here’s another version with the basement hatches removed in case you want to show the map to players but you don’t want to give away the location of the basement entrances.  Or if you just want to scrap the underground level altogether.

Also, I was torn on whether or not to give it a grey background, so I made a version with and without.  Here it is in grey:

 

This map has an annotated version with DM notes for patrons.

Baron Kelroy’s Stately Manor

 

I haven’t actually used this map in a game, but I had some thoughts on what kind of adventure it might be used for, so I made an annotated version and some notes for DMs.  The annotated version also gives my ideas on what the rooms might be, in order to make it a little easier to put to use.  Of course, feel free to ignore any or all of it and use this map as you please.  Let me know what you think (if anyone is reading this).

Annotated Map:

 

The Goblin Winery

 

This is a map of an abandoned winery that is currently home to a group of goblins. I sent a group of first-time players here in order to give them a taste of the traditional, classic D&D experience. You know, meet at the tavern, go on a nice, easy goblin-stomp, run into a few traps along the way.

After that, they were headed down the tunnel in the cellar to the underdark for a somewhat less-traditional experience traveling on a ship in the Glimmersea with some orog pirates. Their orcish is getting pretty good.

This map has an annotated version with DM notes for patrons.