An Old Continent Map Reborn – Danarbi (western half)

This is a digital recreation (using Hexographer) of a continent map I made in about 1985. (This is the Western half. Eastern half)

Danarbi-W-Coast-Final

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6 thoughts on “An Old Continent Map Reborn – Danarbi (western half)

  1. This is the first version in color. Originally was just black ink on squared graph paper. I am EXTREMELY grateful to Inkwell Ideas for creating Hexographer, the program I used to re-create this map.

    At the time, my only real concepts of how to draw up a big map came from the World of Greyhawk boxed set and the “Known World” maps in the Cook / Marsh Expert Rulebook and module X1. Plus whatever I had absorbed from reading DRAGON for a couple of years by then.

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