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SoulMan
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Posted: 11th Jan 2005 13:41
Gentlemen,
Here is some graph paper I created while waiting. I will be using it to flesh out my levels. Feel free to use and enjoy. I will come out with a better version so that it will have labels. The file is a PDF. Though it might look a little faint, the graph was made that way so you can use just a regular pencil to draw in the levels.
SoulMan

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Noldor
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Posted: 11th Jan 2005 23:04
I usualy buy this stuff in large pads for like nothing.
(with like 50 pages)
When you find it to hard to go to the store and pick up some
graph paper and find it easier to youst download it from the internet.. SEEK HELP!
BTW
Does this count as piracy on the graph paper companies?


I dont mean to offend SoulMan it was nice paper
i downloaded it.
MaddA ChieF
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Posted: 11th Jan 2005 23:28
aaawwww. nice. I'll use it.
thanks for making it!

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Van B
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Posted: 12th Jan 2005 00:20
Nice idea .

IIRC the levels are 40x40x8 squares each, in case anyones wondering how many squares they can fit on a single level.


Van-B


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Cloud of Crows Studios
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Posted: 12th Jan 2005 02:23
OMG graphing out levels!.. I haven't done this in ten years when I mapped out dungeons for parties of intrepid adventurers to be slain in... I mean to "explore"
SoulMan
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Posted: 12th Jan 2005 02:40 Edited at: 12th Jan 2005 02:47
Ok Folks, I have created another version which includes basic information and puts a border around the grid. This document has been released under the GPL. I will provide the original document which I created in Open Office upon request. If you have trouble printing out the grid there might be a problem with the color being too light. I seem to notice this on my laser printer. However my Inkjet Printer has no problems printing it out. Let me know what you find.
Have a good day.
SoulMan

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Noldor
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Posted: 12th Jan 2005 06:20
Ok i cant print it the lines are to weak for my laser printer.
Can you make a version with darker lines?
The Nerd
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Posted: 22nd Jan 2005 17:45
Yeah i get the same problem. The lines is to weak for my printer.

SouldMan can you please make the lines darker becouse i wanna use this graph paper!


Thanks


The Nerd


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