Map #57 – Sewer Lab

Whatever you do, don’t stare!”

This map took a few iterations to get right. The first version had massive lineweight problems, but I think I managed to salvage it to an ok state. The map is a lab hidden in the sewers of whatever city you’d like. The lab turned out much cleaner than I first imagined, so whoever is living there likely doesn’t have monstrosity-level mutations – or maybe they do! A very neat and organised ‘Hulk’ could be fun.  Other reasons would of course be wrongful – or very justifiable – persecution by the authorities.

I hope the map is self-explanatory. There is some living space, a library and a lab, a secret storage with an escape tunnel and a small ‘greenhouse’ for ingredients. 

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Map #48 – Splicing lab

I was in a mood for another scifi map. I’m not sure about all of the details, but some parts I think are quite ok.

This is another secret underground lab. There’s a tram system connecting it to other parts of the compounds. This lab works on combining various alien specimens to ‘volunteers’ for whatever villainous purpose you’d like.

There’s a room with animal pens, a biolab with various plants, a general lab with a treatment room and a larger room with individual tanks for combining extracted materials. There are also a few cells to hold prisoners  as well as monitoring room and a small break room. An elevator leads to the surface.

Here’s a version without the grid.

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