Awesome, I love spelljammer, I can't say how "accurate" this map is but it sure looks like the best SJ universe map I have seen yet.
Ok, I'm not sure if this is the right place, but here goes...
Sometime ago I produced this map of the flow, I've recently started work on updating it, with the intention of being as close to the original sources as I can get, while adding as many fan-created spheres as possible.
Here are my current versions (as of 01/12/2012):
Complete PDF version
(still no SVG version this time - mut not that much has changed.)
PDF version that only shows 'known' areas
Older versions can be found here
The actual map is in layers, I plan to produce several versions; a 'player's map' showing only known spheres and rivers, and a 'gm's map' showing unknown features as well, other versions maybe possible as well. I'm hoping I will eventually be able to produce a single pdf with multiple 'layers' - eventually.
Last edited by Nerik; 12-01-2012 at 02:03 PM. Reason: Updated link to current version 01/12/12
Ok, an update - put the Illithid spheres back in, plus flow direction arrows.
Last edited by Nerik; 06-20-2011 at 06:10 PM. Reason: removed link
Cool - saved for the (unfortunately unlikely) case that I might some day run a SJ game.
Could I get my Arth sphere on to it too, even if it's kind of an alternate Sj setting?
Should probably be a little out-of-way, maybe somewhere around Nivil?
Are you aware of The Piazza? - they have an active Spelljammer community there (and several members post here - for instance Big Mac, who set up the Spelljammer group).
Oh I am fine if you put it in as a small sphere, after all the map you have is not proportional either, right? I'd just like to be "on the map", really.
And I have heard of the Piazza, mainly because Big Mac was asking spelljammer stuff here a long time ago, but I doubt I should start to follow yet another forum.
Which raises a general question - should I split bi-directional rivers into two? (it might make some places a bit cluttered though).
And another update to the SVG version - I re-arranged a few things, moved some more spheres in, and, where a flow river has a travel duration, the thickness of the line represents its 'speed'.
Last edited by Nerik; 06-11-2011 at 04:56 PM. Reason: Added detail