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      sturmadler is offline
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    I'm running an ongoing bronze age campaign, and while I don't have too much trouble laying out my geography and creating world maps in photoshop, local maps are proving a challenge for me. Specifically, adventure maps that fit this setting are far and few between, and I'm taxed trying to keep up.

    If your interested, I would say, let you imagination run wild! I think its an unexplored genre, and ripe for adventure.

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    You might want to clarify just a bit more just what you are looking for. Whether it is encounter maps, city maps (you should let people know what type of climate for this type), building maps (see above) or some oter type of local sort of thing.

    If ppl know what you are looking for, they might even be able to point you to something that might suit your purposes. Or tickle their mapping itch Your request is just a bit too general.
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    Just adding on to Korash's reply - read the 'Readme' at the top of this sub forum for more information or click here

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    For personal use there are loads of bronze age, iron age type maps of hill forts, long barrows, cairns, dolmens etc + roman forts and so on.

    I came across some old pics which I had filed under the wrong name and I thought I had lost them. This is a real long barrow but its been reconstructed in the Victorian era back to how it should have looked so its preserved in this state now.

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