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Campaign Cartographer

Example of a fantasy map generated using Campaign Cartographer.

Campaign Cartographer is a Windows program created by TSR, Inc. in 1999, was likewise constructed using Campaign Cartographer.[5]

Contents

  • Add ons 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Add ons

The following are commercial add-ons available for the Campaign Cartographer tool.[6]
City Designer This set is used to draw settlements. It includes approximately 2000 symbols, and several drawing tools for buildings and streets.
Dungeon Designer This is used to draw corridors, caves and rooms of a dungeon map. It adds about 1,000 symbols for fantasy, modern and science fiction genres.
Character Artist Pro Used to create portraits of characters for role-playing games.
Dioramas Pro Create terrain and props that can be used to create three-dimensional models.
Cosmographer Create plans for science fiction games, including interstellar space, planetary systems, planets and starport plans for a game set in space. It can create linked, multideck drawings of starships.
Perspectives Pro Create 3D isometric views of floorplans
Symbol Sets These four sets add additional symbols.

See also

References

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External links

  • ProFantasy website
  • ProFantasy Forum
  • Video Tutorials on using Campaign Cartographer
  • Review of Campaign Cartographer at RPG.net
  • Review of Campaign Cartographer at Bright Hub!
  • Free Maps of Fantasy Worlds created with CC3
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