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    Well done as usual and a very unique concept. Very interesting and well done !

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    Everything is said so far and my vocabulary is not big enough to describe it in other words. An excellent map conversion of an existing concept.

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    Frankly I love. This really gives many ideas for adventures. Indiana Jones in a medieval fantasy world.
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    Heh, I don't know how you do it but I was looking around for a partially sunken city for some Aboleths in my campaign and you happen to post this.

    Just perfect

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    If you are doing that then I really do recommend sunken empires - I mean the foreword is written by the guy who invented the aboleth. Definitely worth checking out.

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    This is great work Torstan, have some rep. It's immediately clear the city has been built on the ruins of a vastly larger city. The transition from land to water looks great. What I don't understand though: a lot of the ruins under water have labels. Why's that? They are no longer inhabited I think?
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    Actually Torstan I decided to go and do just that. You should idly mention to them that I wouldn't have had any interest or idea that they existed without you posting the map as well. I won't be able to see it until I get home, but I wouldn't mind some sunken sites and similar for my campaign Artist of Sharn. Especially if there is a more "Abolethy" city than even the one you posted in there.

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    Well you've already seen the Wreck of the Goodwife map (and picked up the map pack with the high res jog in it from the Kobold Quarterly store?). I don't have any other underwater maps at the moment, but I'll keep my eyes peeled for you.

    @Gandwarf - there is an aquatic city under the water and a human city above the water - both new constructions in the old ruins. The floating market acts as a halfway point for the two cities to use for trade. Note that all the above sea docks are well away from the underwater city - to avoid conflicts.
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    Already using that map actually.

    It is a very handy map for a Kraken.

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    Thought you might be.

    Oh, there's a whirlpool tile that might be handy for you if you're using a vtt. The small version is this:
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    The bigger version can be found here:
    http://fantasticmaps.wordpress.com/?attachment_id=184

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