The land of Kakhabad, Steve Jackson's Sorcery 1-4
I've been looking for a good plotted map of this as a visual aid. It is based on the 4 Steve Jackson's Sorcery adventure books.
Book 1: The Shamutanti Hills
Book 2: Khare - Cityport of Traps
Book 3: The Seven Serpents
Book 4: The Crown of Kings
Ive found a few rough drafts of this map. But, nothing accurate enough to show where the book storyline encounters and provision breaks are shown.
I don't mind the map being slightly altered to show a more correct trail of the adventurers path.
I dont mind re-creating this map. But, Im new to mapping and I am hoping that someone already has a good map of Kakhabad that reflects the paths taken by the adventurer.
I do have rough drafts that I can upload for anyone that wants to take on this project. Credits will go to the persons involved.
I plan on turning these books into a non-profit ad&d 1st edition, 1 player plus 1 DM adventures.
I plan on dedicating alot of time to do this right.
In AD&D the majority of modules that have been published all require 1 to 6 players. This project is aimed towards 1 to 2 player base.
This is the map from the book. For reference.
Feed back is welcomed.
You are correct. Im not going to follow through with the Steve Jacksons Kakhabad. I do not need any future head aches.
Probably the best thing I can do is ask the cartographers here permissions to use a collections of there maps and maybe even transform
them into a living adventure campaign.
So, if any of the above applies. Im looking for a creative world map as well as close ups of it. Credit will be rightfully given.
(non-profit. Just for fun and for others to adventure in).
It will mainly be the stage for a Dungeon Master and a Player. A place from which alot of solo adventures will be scattered through out the lands.
and possible a few mass combat battles. (Including naval sea).
Last edited by Andevar; 05-26-2010 at 06:10 PM.
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Have you looked at our CWBP? There is a lot of lands there that might work for this. I think it's within the allowed uses but don't quote me on it. Check the CWBP forum or watch someone else to come along here and say yay or nay.
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