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    Wed May 18, 2022 4:56 am  
    Monmurg Maps

    I saw this and really liked it. Had to post a link here. No idea how long it will be up.

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    Wed May 18, 2022 2:03 pm  

    Nice find!

    There are a lot of nice features and nods to the broader Flanaess in that map (e.g., Westkeep Bridge, Fort Tavish, etc.).

    Like most GH city maps, this looks a bit small to me, but I suppose all that's needed to rectify that is saying "map is not full scale." I do like the overall structure.

    I can't help but wonder if post-independence Sea Princes wouldn't have renamed Fort Tavish? Then again, they may have left it up as a joke/insult to the Tavishes and their delusions of grandeur.

    The inclusion of a temple to Pholtus seems odd to me... but I wouldn't dismiss it out of hand. Could serve as an interesting historical/plot point.
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