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    Lost kingdom of the Dwarves. The last few centuries have been unkind....
    Nice :-)
    • CommentTimeSep 29th 2017 edited
    I'm guessing the Tower of Hell isn't a vacation spot!

    What's the story behind The Great Scar? Also, did you intend for the grassland in the Scar to have crisp edges? If not, you can get edge fade effects by putting the grassland terrain and the dark terrain on two different sheets. CC3+ only sees outer edges so the part where two overlapping polys meet is "invisible" to the CC3+ effects engine.

    Rock on!  \m/
    1. The dwarves of the first age used to be shamanistic types, worshipping the great dragon of the north, all that ancient good stuff.
    Well, during the time they call "the end" their high priests were seduced by a dark power that gave them great arcane might, but at a terrible cost.

    The once fertile lands north of the Eyerr wood were turned into a pit of black ash, at its center a fenland that eminates a poisonus fume....

    2. I did n ot know that. Is there a way to overlay the black ash thing over the swamp terrain with some opacity too? that would be extra-rad. Thanks :)
    • CommentTimeSep 29th 2017
    2. You seem to already want edge fading. If you put it on it's own sheet and use the Edge Fade, inner effect, you can control the opacity value of not only the edge, but also the interior.
    • CommentAuthorBarliman
    • CommentTimeSep 30th 2017
    Very nice! I have to say, "The Frozen Throne" really has me intrigued. :)
    After getting some feedback I spent a little time practicing and reading through the tome, Ive scrapped a lot of the wip stuff and redone it, this particular map i'm rebuilding here:

    The frozen throne is just a colloquialism for the Capital of the old empire, because that mountain's definitely never seen a warm day :P