|#1zombiegleemaxMay 31, 2007 1:16:26||Hello,|
I am starting a new Mystara Norwold campaign based in AC1000 using CM1 Test of the Warlords.
I have been doing a lot of research the past two weeks and I note that the net community has a ton of information that far surpasses the material found within CM1.
With all of the information I have been recently finding on the net I am curious if the Norwold gazeteer is available to the community ((PLEASE!!)). Additionally - is anyone aware of any "AC1000" maps. CM1 modules comes with a very spartan map. I wonder if anyone has created a map with the kingdoms north of the great bay (human and elven kingdoms) - including cities in the southern region like (major & minor).
My game will be starting at 10th level (3.5) (vice 15th lvl D&D).
Additionally I will be using "Fields of Blood" by Eden Studios for domain creation/management & warfare. I was torn between using the D&D domain rules or possibly Birthright but after a review I read on EnWorld I decided that Fields of Blood would be a good fit.
|#2CthulhudrewMay 31, 2007 10:23:49|
With all of the information I have been recently finding on the net I am curious if the Norwold gazeteer is available to the community ((PLEASE!!)).
Nothing definitive yet, aside from the various materials on the Vaults of Pandius.
Additionally - is anyone aware of any "AC1000" maps.
Nothing like what you're looking for. There is Geoff Gander's map, for AC 1016, which is based primarily around various fan created kingdoms and domains (and includes thoughts on locations of module NPCs' domains). There is also a key to that map here.
Thorf has created a replica map of Norwold, but it is just a duplicate of the CM1 map you have.
Actually, there is a map created by the members of the Italian MMB that may be what you're looking for here.
There is also a pretty detailed map of the Leeha (halfling) region by Dan Eustace. He also has done a writeup of Leeha.
In any event, other than the various things on the Vaults (most of which can be found here, but the search function may come in handy as well), there hasn't been much done with it, especially officially. It's a huge area, and it was always pretty much intended as a "do it yourself" sort of region for Players and DMs to fill out as they pleased.
|#3olddawgMay 31, 2007 10:32:07||The GazF line is moving up Norwold's coast this year. We've already seen the fan-created Littonia (coastal kingdom, north of the Great Bay's mouth), and the Streets of Landfall will be out mid-June.|
You can keep track of them here.
They are crunch-lite so it should be easy to adapt to 3.5.
|#4zombiegleemaxMay 31, 2007 23:55:21||Thank you for the information!|