Fox’s Cunning – Exploration Tracker

Do you like Exploration Activities? I like Exploration Activities. But I often find myself narrating these activities without the use of maps. Which can make the last map the party was using a bit of a distraction. And oftentimes players find that verbally picking out different exploration activities can be sort of distracting on the narrative. Solution? Throw in a default “Exploration Activity” map onto your Roll20 table and let your players set tokens to designate what they are doing during the exploration phase. Copy the tokens over into a handy little marching order map, and you’ll be ready to copy and paste the party over when the Encounter begins!

Current Advanced Version: Exploration-ll.png (25 x 35)
Download Advanced Version: Exploration-ez.png (3.81 MB) (25 x 30)
Download Advanced Version (Cleaner Font): Exploration-ex-font.png (3.95 MB) (25 x 30)
Download Basic Version: Exploration.png (4.17 MB) (25 x 28)

Advanced Version:

Basic Version: The map is pre-sized for a 28 (width) by 25 (height) sized Roll20 map. You can see it in action in my public test game here!

 

Dustin Knight

Dustin has been playing and improving on RPGs since AD&D in 1999. He ran games and conventions around California while studying Graphic Design, Philosophy, English & Architecture. After developing a tabletop game seminar he began working freelance for Alderac Entertainment Games. During his stint on the East Coast, he became a Venture Lieutenant and began reviewing Pathfinder mechanics for Organized Play. After moving to Washington in 2019, he met Alex Augunas at Paizocon and developed, designed and wrote for Everybody Games LLC, starting with the Feat Cards for Everbody and Files for Everbody lines. His lifelong dream is to see more people having fun using his content.