|#1MorriganJan 11, 2007 13:08:49||(Crossposted to the FoS)|
Several years ago, someone on some Ravenloft forum put together their own map of the Ravenloft "world" - i.e. what the continents would look like if the Mists drew back. The Core was in the Southern Hemisphere, the Frozen Reaches were north of Darkon, etc. Sri-Raji was on it's own continent, I think, and Bluetspur & the Amber Wastes were all South-East. It was rather nifty, but in a recent computer crash I lost my copy of it.
Would any of you fine people happen to know what I'm talking about, and better yet, have a copy yourselves?
Thanks in advance,
Edit: I've turned a copy up, so this can be left to sink to the bottom of the forum
|#2xammer99Jan 12, 2007 12:11:27||Could you please post a link to it or email it to me? I'm about to start a Ravenloft game and I would love a copy of that!|
|#3MorriganJan 12, 2007 12:29:17||Certainly. It's not hosted anywhere that I know of, but send me a PM with your address and I'll send it on.|
It's not a hugely detailed map - it's more a representation of where the different Cluster, Islands & Domains would be if the most reliable Mistways were actual physical paths. I like it though.
|#4iplaydnd35Jan 21, 2007 15:45:01||a google search turns up this page that has some nice looking color maps|
i would check it soon as its a tripod sie and they seem to disappear quickly without notice
|#5MorriganJan 22, 2007 6:57:25||Most of those are lifted from the Mordent Cartographic Society (http://www.gryphonhill.com/), which has the upshot of not being popup fueled.|
The B&W map of the Core is from the Red Boz afaik. Not sure where that map of the Nightmare Lands is from, though the boxed set is a good guess.
|#6The_JesterJan 22, 2007 8:50:07||Actually, both B&W maps are scans from Domains of Dread.|
|#7zombiegleemaxFeb 09, 2007 13:30:40||Those maps seemed too, "Cheery" and happy.|
|#8iplaydnd35Feb 10, 2007 9:32:55||they reminded me of the old TSR style maps|
and a map is a map, its used to show locations of important landmarks and distances.
why would a map have to be dark or forboding just because the setting is?