Expedition to Undermountain -- Part 2
June 2007

Expedition to Undermountain gives you another chance to walk the halls and rooms of this famed dungeon with your characters. Take a look at one of the area maps each week, plus enjoy a tagged and untagged set of bonus maps at various resolutions.

Cartography by Robert Lazzaretti and Dennis Kauth

06/27 Kobold Warren Bonus Maps (Tagged and Untagged): In this bonus map set for June, we present a warren filled with kobolds (or other creatures of your choice). You can use the tagged version or the untagged version in your game tonight. Download 300dpi (tagged) JPG
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Download 72dpi (tagged) JPG
Download 300dpi (untagged) JPG
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Download 72dpi (untagged) JPG
06/27 Sargauth Level: Undermountain's third level is named for the River Sargauth, a slow, inky-water river that begins at one massive water-portal and ends in another. Download 72dpi JPG
06/20 The Storeroom Level: This level has fewer, larger rooms, and more walls, floors, and ceilings fashioned out of solid smooth stone. Rather than being finished by the Melairbode dwarves, it was a labyrinth of mining tunnels that wandered through the rock wherever the ore-veins they were following went, and large, rough caverns where the dwarves dumped the waste rock of their delvings. Download 72dpi JPG
06/14 The Dungeon Level: If you followed our Return to Undermountain article series (visit the archives here) or intend to run it before taking a jaunt into the updated Expedition to Undermountain, you could find this map quite useful. Download 72dpi JPG
06/14 Undermountain Profile: See how the levels of Undermountain stack up against each other. Download 72dpi JPG
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