15 May 2014 No Comments
I dreamed about making a detailed map of the Greyhawk campaign setting since bought the boxed set in 1983 and started running games set in it. After a decade of dabbling with pen and paper I found the digital tools I needed when Bryce (3D terrain software) came out in 1996. After a year or so of struggling to figure out how to realize my vision of how a campaign map for a fantasy role playing world should look like, I had learned enough to get to work.
I researched and mapped as a hobby and slowly got more and more done over the years. After I moved to California in 2010 I started to work on my project full time. After three years of hard work my quest to map the Flanaess, home of the World of Greyhawk D&D Campaign, have been brought to a successful final stage. Thanks to all the great support I’ve received form the Greyhawk fan community I’ve been able to complete my Flanaess map, thank you all for all your help!
The wall map is done and is available as a PDF, JPG, PSD
and PSB download and also in an online version. The last version underway is a PDF Atlas with the big map divided into Letter/A4 sized bits. My hope is to have the Atlas done by the end of 2014. All of this released as Creative Commons available for free download.
This is not the end I still have a number of Greyhawk mapping projects I want to do. The first one I call Seasons……..
A new look at the Flanaess we know so well….
Winter plains of Ull, and a frosty Ket……