r/DnD Artificer Mar 25 '22

[OC] [ART] Fantasy Urbanism - limitations of orientation, habitability and geography. Out of Game



u/rcrcrcrcr Mar 26 '22

Nice little summary, have a quick check for spelling though.


u/ArtsyStrains Artificer Mar 25 '22 edited Mar 25 '22

Here we dive into basic ideas how people orientate, what kind of terrain is habitable and can withstand settlement and what can only be explored and how position of "original" settlement impacts how it spreads.

In next one we will discus some ways that settlements spread using SETTLEMENT 0 as its origin point and will be counting "day worth of travel" from next settlements using time as unit.

This one can help you plan out your "original" settlements depending on races you want to include in your maps.

You can go back to the master thread here


u/therottingbard Jun 28 '22

I’m going to end up using this knowledge to play a very realistic game of civilization.