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Coming up with things on the fly is indeed often quite hard! Another method is simply remembering that a lot of buildings are very similar or the same. Apartment complexes are often identical rooms, mirrored, and placed in blocks. if your players are investigating a series of apartments, why not base them quite close? It's not a stretch to believe they're ...


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A method that I have used in the past is to have predefined rooms/area layouts on index cards, organized by the purpose of the area. By pulling out a few variations of say, office layout, and combining them you can create unique areas that do not miss any of the features you would like to have. This also allows you to scale into larger areas, campuses, ...


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One option is to re-purpose buildings already known to you. Your grandparents' house can become the floor plan of a safehouse. Your old job can be the floor plan of an office they're breaking into. You can play around with this -- for example, in the real world, homes get turned into small offices; your parents' place can now be a dentist's. The ground ...


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For comparison, it takes about four to six months (with medieval to 18th century travel methods) to cross the United States from east to west, though seasonal weather is likely to require stopping over halfway across to start again in late spring. Your two weeks figure, traveling by horse, will be about the size of the state of Georgia (USA). Generally, ...



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