Just as the title says, I'm looking for a quick-and-simple point-and-click cartographic software to easily make a basic map.
This might be asking too much for too little, but I wish to make a simple map. It needn't be beautiful, or highly detailed (these would be nice, but are hardly necessary). I need only the level of sophistication that one might attain with five or ten minutes of pen and paper sketching (I would go this route, but don't have a scanner) – though better than a very simple hack job in MS Paint.
I have the map in my mind, but would be willing to work with randomly generated stuff if I could add/subtract/edit the result. It's several continents wide, with some mountain ranges, badlands, city markers, etc.. Its purpose is merely readers' reference in a book (e.g.: Narnia or Middle Earth).
It could be something as simple-looking as (or even more so than) this map, or this one, or even this one – though preferably more aesthetically pleasing than this example or this other one.
I have pored over several lists of really excellent of cartographic software.
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As a result, I've installed GIMP and AutoREALM, but while each has some wonderful bells and whistles, both are more labor intensive than this need be.
Where might I find map-making freeware designed for the use of a lazy idiot? It's embarrassing to say this, but I'm just looking for ease of use, not something with awesome features.