Friday, February 12, 2010

How Big is the Nentir?



9 comments:

greywulf said...

Most enlightening. It's a lot bigger than I thought!

andurion said...

I like how you provide several reference maps. The New England area map is the one most readily understood by me, as that's my neck of the woods. :)

crazyred said...

Glad you like it! Somebody somewhere, I forget where, compared the Vale to Massachusetts which gave me the idea. I almost used Southern Missouri since I have an unusually large number of readers down there --whassup Cape Girardeau! Thanks for stopping by!

David said...

Man, I love this blog. Great stuff all around. This actually helps a lot.

crazyred said...

Aren't you a sweetheart, good to hear. Thanks for stopping by.

Chris said...

Could you do similar with a map of the British Isles please? We Eastern Continentalist natives have a hard time with American continental scales. ;)

crazyred said...

I'd be proud to serve the needs of the Eastern Continentalists! Did you mean the area around London? Being a landlubberly midwesterner, I'm not sure exactly to what the "Isles" refers.

Iron said...

Very cool.

I once heard that the map covered an area in size similar to Denmark. Being from California, that did not help me so much. So, thanks for the SoCal comparison.

By the way, where did you get that ancient map of LA?

wisekris said...

from Florida these scales are nice but just as foreign as the Vale.

your drawings and maps and characters are wildly amazing. very inspring to newbie DM :) and his players