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Campaign Map 18 - Southern Reaches
Category: Role Playing Games
Genre: RPG - Fantasy
Product Line: Wilderlands of High Adventure (Adventure Games Publishing)
Publish Date: 2009
Dimensions: 8.5x11x.125"
In Print: No
Condition: New    
NKG part # Mfg. part # Type Condition
AGP01251 Softcover New

Adventure Games Publishing presents the first in a series of Wilderlands of High Adventure maps for the Castle Keeper to track travel and adventure across his campaign.

Wilderlands of High Adventure: Campaign Map 18: Southern Reaches includes 1,742 5-mile hexes of adventure and mystery, detailing the southeastern most region of the Wilderlands of High Adventure.

Home to the ancient Ghinorian humans and Enneadim elves, the land is riddled with ruined temples, pyramids, and cities, testimony to the countless millennia of ancient civilization in this corner of the world. From the Fordback Marshes to the Demon Run Hills, and from the Silver Sea to the Moonsong Rapids, untold dangers and treasures await courageous and cunning adventurers.

The full-color map includes all details a Judge needs to view, while the reverse side has a black & white player’s map Judges can photocopy to hand out to players.

With full-color cartography by Peter Bradley, this map is as much a piece of art as a utilitarian map. Though designed for use with the Wilderlands of High Adventure, it is just as useable with the Wilderlands of High Fantasy.

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