Let’s face it — Game Masters can never have enough tools to help make running their D&D games easier. DUNGEONFOG is just one of those tools. The fine folks over at DUNGEONFOG sent us over some copies to check it out and sponsored this article and some videos. They were even nice enough to give us the promo code Nerdarchy so you can score a 10 percent discount on the annual subscription which is already discounted from the monthly subscription. There are a ton of features to help GMs run their games and prepare beautiful maps. Not only that, there are tons of maps already on DUNGEONFOG that you can drop into your games or modify to your needs. Go sign up for free here.
Online map maker & authoring tool for RPG Game Masters
With the extensive DUNGEONFOG Editor you can draw your RPG tabletop maps with just a few clicks — no more patching up map tiles! Create multi-level dungeons, terrains or entire worlds in an instant. Generate your GM notes automatically and export or print high-resolution images and notes, or send a Fog of War version for your players to your TV or VTT of your choice!
You need battlemaps for your tabletop roleplaying game?
With their online map maker you can create dungeons, terrains or multi-story buildings with just a few clicks. DUNGEONFOG offers a modern editor that allows you to draw your map instead of patching it up tile by tile!
Are you usually late on your preparations?
DUNGEONFOG is not just a drawing tool! Each room on your map is identified and converted into a descriptive note — including room numbers, description of the walls and floors as well as all contained objects. Each information is editable, downloadable and can also be designed to fit your needs.
Be part of the community!
On the map platform you can share your maps with other GMS. Each map is editable and can be customized to fit your needs. Adjust maps to a variety of settings like science fiction, fantasy, or dystopia!
Be a part of the community and exchange maps and notes with other GMs. Through the platform you can browse and clone all public maps to make them your own. All maps and notes are fully editable and can be customized to your needs.
Many Maps for Game Masters to Choose & Make Their Own
DUNGEONFOG Editor offers extensive drawing tools, specifically designed to create battle maps for your next game in minutes. DUNGEONFOG pays special attention to the consistency and aesthetics of all components, so you can impress your players with professional maps!
DUNGEOFOG Online Map Editor
Commerical Licensing — Are you publishing your homebrew campaigns on commercial platforms like the Dungeon Master’s Guild or DriveThruRPG? Get the commercial license now!
Marketplace (coming soon) –-The marketplace is currently in development. Once published, you will have the opportunity to buy and sell new tools, new assets and textures, as well as complete adventures.
I’ve been playing around over on DUNGEONFOG. Here is a D&D map I came up with in like 5 minutes or so.
Now I’ve just begun playing around with this mapping tool. Let me share with you what Nerdarchy Fan Eli A.K.A Elf Bait on YouTube has done with Dungeonfog.
Here is Elf Bait’s Haunted House
Elf Bait also Used Dungeonfog Maps for his Cthulhu Christmas Adventure
To me, using the software feels very much like when I used to draw D&D maps on graph paper back in the day. The only real difference is this is faster and any of the objects I drop into the map look way better than anything I could draw.
This tool is so amazing even our friend Guy over at How to Be a Great Game Master YouTube Channel and the fine folks over at World Anvil are partnered up with DUNGEONFOG, both Nerdarchy friends. This adds another layer of confidence in the product and the people behind it for me personally.
Don’t take my word for it. Go grab your copy over on DUNGEONFOG. At the very least you owe it to yourself to sign up for the free version and see if this is the map tool for you. If you decide to upgrade don’t forget promo code — Nerdarchy — for a 10 percent discount on annual subscriptions.
My name is Dave Friant I’ve been gaming off and on for over 27 years. But here is the thing it’s always been a part of my life I’ve kept secret and hidden away. I’ve always been ashamed of the stigma that gaming and my other nerdy and geeky pursuits summon forth.
Recently I decided screw it! This is who I am the world be damned. From now on I’m gonna be a geek, nerd, or however folks want to judge me and just enjoy life.
Currently one of my greatest joys is introducing my 13 yr old son to table top RPG’s.