Danger in Deadwood is a d20 adventure published for D&D by Bastion Press and edited by yours truly. Although rough (and I mean really rough) sketches of interior maps of some of the more important locations were provided to Bastion, quality maps were not ready when the adventure was published. I read a review of the adventure which noted these were lacking, so with Jim Butler's permission, I am providing some maps I've created to anyone who might be interested.
Below you will find maps of the first and second floors of the Old Mill Inn as well as the Schoolhouse. Each is provided with a key, although you will have to refer to the published adventure for the matching text. The adventure can be purchased online from Bastion Press here.
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Click on the images to get full-size versions which you can print.
Note: While laying out the floors in my graphics program, I realized that the stairs couldn't be located against the outer wall (quite obvious in retrospect), so they were moved to the wall adjacent to the kitchen. This caused several elements to flip their orientation, including the stage and the entire second floor. Things worked out pretty well though, and no adjustment to the text of the adventure should be required. Sorry that there is no grid or scale though; measurements will have to be worked out by DMs.
Click on the image to get a full-size version which you can print.
Note: The gray rectangles on the interior walls represent slate chalkboards and the white rectangles in the walls represent glazed windows (this was the home of an aristocrat). Other objects are desks or shelves.
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The Danger in Deadwood cover is copyright 2002 Bastion Press, Inc. and is used with permission.
The Old Mill first and second floor maps and the Schoolhouse map are copyright 2002 by Michael R Cantrell and may not be reproduced, incorporated, or distributed for profit or other commercial purposes without the express written consent of the creator.
Permission granted to reproduce the Old Mill first and second floor maps and the Schoolhouse map for personal, non-commercial use.