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    CC2 Map for Ivid the Undying
    Posted on Wed, November 21, 2001 by Toran
    TalMeta writes "The heartlands of Aerdy's empire lay on the eastern end of the subcontinent, and for centuries have been among the best civilized lands of the Flanaess...until the madness of Ivid V and the Greyhawk Wars shattered that. The land was fractured and sent into what some have called the Second Turmoil Between Crowns. Presented here is a map of this fractured land, based on Kent Matthewson's masterpiece meant to accompany Ivid the Undying.

    Author: TalMeta




    Map of Ivid the Undying

    by Tal Meta (talmeta@optonline.net)
    Used with Permission. Do not repost without obtaining prior permission from the author.

    Download the CC-2 compatible map file: Aerdy from Ivid the Undying

    Requires Campaign Cartographer 2 for full viewing. A free viewer/printer is available here: CC2 Viewer/Printer

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    Note: Aerdy, Ahlissa, Almor, Medegia, North Province"
     
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