1. Sheldon Morris
    3 May 2019 @ 1:08 am

    Hurray for 1985! This is an absolutely fascinating journey across the maps of Mystara.

    Thanks Thorf!


  2. Carillion
    27 May 2019 @ 10:27 pm

    Excellent work – many thanks for posting this. The ‘Let’s Map Mystara’ series is turning into an invaluable resource for Mystaran cartographers!


    • Thorfinn Tait
      27 May 2019 @ 11:11 pm

      Thank you very much! That’s exactly what I was hoping. 🙂

      I wasn’t sure at first, but it seems increasingly likely that this project is gradually going to subsume and eventually supersede my series of updated maps. The end product of the last year of publication, 1996, should be a complete set of all existing official maps, adjusted for internal consistency but otherwise completely faithful to the published maps. I haven’t decided where to go from there, but it would certainly be fun to continue through the body of fan-made maps, investigating the continuing development of the world. To make that practical would require a slightly different approach post-1996, and there are all sorts of problems with dating fan-made maps, and there’s just so many of them.

      But that’s very long-term. I hope to release the new set of updated maps after dealing with 1996, and from there it’s on to new projects, such as topographical maps and creating DEMs.

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