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    • CommentAuthorFarsightX3
    • CommentTimeDec 10th 2019 edited
     
    I posted some quadrant maps on here but not all of them. I thought to go ahead and post the 4 quadrants blended into one. Again, I know my mapping isn't traditional and many don't comprehend my intention with these maps. I wanted to try and make them more realistic while keeping the zone effect for my mmorpg game world.

    I always ask this when I show my maps as I would like to know where players would gravitate too. *What are 5-8 areas seem the most intriguing to explore?*

    *Legend of each Text*

    Orange = Starting village
    Blue = Friendly villages/castles
    White = Wilderness Zones
    Yellow = Dungeons
    Green = Raid Campaigns
    Purple = World Wonder
    Lite Red = Mountains/Seas

    /Quadriant-Maps/MAHDRAN-(for-web)
    • CommentAuthorShessar
    • CommentTimeDec 10th 2019
     
    Castle Crags, Catacombs of Yoshias, Demon Bone, and Doom of Yeth-Tarre because these look like places that I would send my players to die...errrrr I mean adventure.

    I also love the Emerald Glades because it looks pretty but I bet there's something sinister hiding in that mist.
    • CommentAuthorLoopysue
    • CommentTimeDec 10th 2019
     
    LOL! Shessar!

    Ahem...

    Farsight - I think I've seen the whole map assembled before over on the FB page? Or at least the section with the volcanic area.

    As I think I said then the larger version is well worth a look for all the hidden secrets you've crammed in there.

    Great work! :)
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      CommentAuthorMonsen
    • CommentTimeDec 11th 2019
     
    Looks like the Tecrtum Vallies would be a nice place to send my players. Looks like there is a lot of lore and flavor to encounter there, and I am sure that pyramid contains an appropriate number of potential deaths :) Then perhaps they can challenge Shessar's players in the underworld (You do have one of those?)

    hmm... Wonder what happens to the characters when the players die? ;)