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Trident Bay Region, 8 miles per hexby Thorfinn Tait
For the current versions of these maps please visit the following pages:Replica map of Black Orchid Tribelands, 8 miles per hex from Dragon 196.
Updated map of Trident Bay and the Orc's Head Peninsula, 8 miles per hex.
Combined replica of Eastern Herath maps from Dragon 183, 8 miles per hex by Thorf, August 2008
Replica of Shazak, Ator and Cay map from Dragon 185, 8 miles per hex by Thorf, August 2008
Replica of Wallara map from Dragon 186, 8 miles per hex by Thorf, August 2008
Replica of Jibarķ map from Dragon 188, 8 miles per hex by Thorf, August 2008
Replica of Nimmur map from Dragon 192, 8 miles per hex by Thorf, May 2009
Updated map of Eastern Herath, Shazak, Ator and Cay, 8 miles per hex by Thorf, August 2008
Updated map of Wallara, Jibarķ, Nimmur and the Black Orchid Tribeland, 8 miles per hex by Thorf, August 2008
Updated map of Eastern Herath, Shazak, Ator, Cay, Wallara, Jibarķ, Nimmur and the Black Orchid Tribeland, 8 miles per hex by Thorf, August 2008
This map is a composite of lots of small ones, with some additional info from 24 mile per hex and non-hex sources.
Sources: "The Voyages of the Princess Ark" in Dragon Issues 183, 185, 186, 188, 192 and 196. Also X9 TheSavageCoast (1985) and Red Steel (1995).
Notes on Updated map
- The Orcís Head Peninsula took a lot of tweaking, due to the incompatibility between 8 and 24 mile hex maps. I used two different positions with the 24 mile map, as well as referring extensively to Adamantyrís great Orcís Head Peninsula map for terrain ideas. Itís not the same, but I used all the best bits from his map ó for which, many thanks to Adamantyr!
Western Herath seemed too bland as pure heavy forest, so I added a couple of small details. Also, I added some villages at logical points around the city of Shavraim. Iíve asked Bruce for input here, although heís pretty busy right now with the ongoing Calidar Kickstarter. Iím sure he will be able to come up with some names for this area ó it was quite a surprise to realise that it doesnít actually have an official province name. (I checked all the pertinent sources and came up empty. Please let me know if you know anything more!)
And of course the Richland/Grassy Coast area is presented as it was on the Red Steel maps, which is to say essentially undeveloped.
Let me know if there are any corrections. There must be some, as itís a massive map.
See also Thorf's blog
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