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  1. David Hands
    27 February 2016 @ 1:04 am

    There is light at the end of the tunnel! 🙂

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  2. Simone Neri
    28 February 2016 @ 7:20 pm

    Great work, again! 🙂

    Regarding future maps you might want to create of the undeveloped areas of Mystara (I mean those outside both canon and fan works – like parts of Davania or most of Skothar), the best choice would perhaps be leaving those regions in the 72-mph scale in order to leave as much room as possible for future, dedicated developments – unless you want to develop them by yourself in the process of compiling the maps.

    It’d be better, in my opinion, to sketch their geographical features without going too much into detail; with these maps we will then have a common basis to develop these regions, which will make the various fan works dedicated to them at least geographically consistent with one another.

    Regarding fanworks, I cannot but agree with your choice to use them as much as possible, adapting them to the results of your model. Again, geography and terrain type should be the first concern of these maps, with political boundaries coming later (since some fan works have conflicting ideas about what is to be found in a given region).

    Just a final note, regarding the terrain features of the areas of Borea which lays north of Denagoth and the Northern Wildlands and west of the Icereach Range. I see you have used exclusively the 72-mph map of DotE for this inland region, but the 48-mph map from WotI seems to have a more accurate (and updated) terrain description for it – introducing badlands, swamps, and forested hills. Maybe it could be used as an additional source ONLY for that area.

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