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    Ooo, very nicely made. I love your stuff (Red Hand of Doom in particular), but you should make for Pathfinder and not for D&D. (both works too)
    Map added to inspiration folder.

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    That's a lovely map. I like the use of dark blue for the coastlines - that works really well. Just one question, what's the forest like area in the sea off Caer Moray? A kelp field?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Schley View Post
    The conventions used here are pretty standard but I'll make sure to include a small key somewhere on all upcoming regional maps like this one. Filled squares are ruins, filled white circles are villages, filled black circles are cities, filled black circles surrounded by a white circle are large cities, black stars surrounded by a white circle are capital cities, moons are druid groves or Moonwells, and black X's are points of interest.
    Wow, that’s actually more variety than I first noticed, and I never imagined that almost every settlement on Gwynneth was a ruin! The last I read about the Moonsheas was Darkwalker on Moonshea back in the late eighties, so no wonder I was confused. I think I’d better go read the Sarifal article and find out what happened!

    Thanks for your reply.

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    Wow, I saw that map in the Dragon article. The map is amazing, I can't believe it only took four days; I guess thats why your a proffessional.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeonKnight View Post
    Welcome back Schley!

    One question as my contact with the Moonshaes is very old, I notice Karador is in the middle of Myrloch, is it on an island or is it a sea elves enclave?
    Actually, Karador is the ancient capital of the LeShay. The small island it was located on sank into the Myrloch around -500 DR but rose again recently with the rebirth of the Sarifal kingdom.
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    Absolutely stunning as always! I love the wiggly waves just off the costlines - well I love it all really.

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    Really good work. I'm definitely a fan !

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    Oh! This is awesome!!! Compliments!

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    Love the water. Love the forests and hills too, but that water is just kicking
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    Impressive! Are there any hints that you could share on how you did this, so the less talented of us can learn something, or is it only superhero drawing skill?

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