Saturday, June 5, 2010

Verbobonc Wilderness Map

I'm on a roll! The portion to the north of the Velverdyva is the southernmost portion of the Kingdom of Furyondy. I thought it made more sense to put a lot of farmland there, since it's supposed to be the breadbasket of the kingdom. That "low road" eventually meanders down to Nulb and a certain village near a certain moathouse...

This map should fit in to the west of the first, shifted down 1/2 large hex. More to come, but I'll figure out a better way to present them, rather than one map per post.

UPDATE: As requested, here is a copy of the blank hex map I'm using to make the maps. I started with a standard sheet of hex paper, and then drew the large hexes in by hand. Feel free to use it as you see fit. Click to embiggen, and then right-click to save to your hard drive.

7 comments:

James said...

:) You can't see it, but I'm doing the Happy Dance in my recliner.

Anthony Emmel said...

Heh. Now you're getting into my favorite part of GH....a certain village. :)

Roger the GS said...

Very nice ...

Do you know about these maps?

http://ghmaps.net/maps.html

Might be worth it to get some kind of consistency between the two.

Grendelwulf said...

@Roger the GS:
Those are fine maps too, but they're missing hexes. At least for the DM. I have to have hexes on my world maps. ;)

Actually, Anna Bernemalm's maps are stunning. I would probably use something them for player characters if they went to a cartographer shop.

Ciao!
GW

Haldorn said...

I like your map. Where did you get that hex paper? I'd like to use it for my campaign. Thanks.

Joseph said...

Haldorn: The basic hex paper is standard off-the-shelf stuff. I hand-drew the large hexes on top of it, and then took that to the local Staples to have a bunch of sheets made.

If you want, I'll upload a pdf of a blank sheet for you (and anyone else who might find it of use).

Haldorn said...

That would be great! Thanks!!!