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    Map Telrunya - a D&D setting

    Hi all,

    When I got into map making I found this forum soon after! Most of my maps are a fluff item for my D&D campaigns.
    I found a lot of inspiration here on these forums as well as the great mapping elements which I was able to use for the following map.

    Telrunya is supposed to be Elven for "Flanders", which is where I was born.

    In this map you will find shorelines and borders from Belgium, Netherlands, Norway, India, regions from Africa and Prince Edward Island.

    I made this map using Photoshop and various mapping elements from prominent members of this community. So thank you all for being such an inspiration.

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    I like it!

    (Interesting idea incorporating real-world boundaries into a fictitious map -- had me scanning the coastlines for familiar shapes!)

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    Pretty impressive work!

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    Thank you Arsheesh!

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    Very nice map, this is the type of map I want to create for my book.

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    Great use of real world-ness. I'm a big proponent of looking to the real world for queues and ideas.

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    The map is good looking and well detailled even when the use of real geographic content is a little irritating. Good idea and solid work

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    That's really pretty. Any chance of a larger version? The details (like rivers) are very hard to pick out.
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    beutiful man, im looking for something slightly diffrent but if i can't fin it imma use this one

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