Mari’s Map

Posted: October 24th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Text Adventure History | No Comments »

During the JET LAMP showing over at the Mastics-Moriches-Shirley Community Library, I got to meet someone who’s work had been floating around the production for a while. ┬áHer name is Mari Michaelis, and she drew a map.

Well, not just a map – a really cool map. It’s one of the original Adventure, and she worked on it just last year, and it’s really nice.

Adventure has, as you might imagine, tons of maps out there from the decades of players trying to make sense of the layout of the cave and surrounding area – some are basic pencil drawings, while others are refined, design-rich presentations. This is one of the second ones.

I considered for no small time to put it in GET LAMP, but opted for some others instead. But I always liked Mari’s take. And meeting her, I got to tell her too.

I’m just including small images of the maps, so nothing gets spoiled for you.

If you want to check them in full, just head over to Mari Michaelis’ site.

Oh, and the folks at the Mastics-Moriches-Shirley Community Library are great. What a wonderful library – it’s a lucky group who have that place at their disposal.



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