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Grey Coast Map v2:; "The Cataclysmic Peninsula!"
Topic Started: Nov 11 2017, 06:29 PM (43 Views)
Nialldubh
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Grey Coast Version 2


New version of Grey Coast...


Novo Grey Coast:

Added Thule island.

Naming rivers.

Sorting Forest.

Adding more locations and ruins.

General fixing errors and making the map look more artistic, plus giving the map a more precise description of area, naming plains, some of the unnamed forests, etc.
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Well this is it, I quite happy with result and feel the map is as complete as it can get, which is an unusual felling considering the progress made.

Grey Coast Map:

Not doubt other places will be added, but that is normal and I meaning 4-5 years from now, there maybe an advance, but happily no more for now!

With aid from a fellow (Giz) I finished the last area on map which need some life (Stonebrook area left-base of map) giving two villages Greenroad and Hillvale and also Tomb of Iron God as a location, and I added extra with 2 more settlements to develop area.

I named every unnamed island. That to me makes the map complete in every useful lore of the land. Of course one culture naming an island something, does not mean every other culture or group uses same name, but it is a general description that has now become common in the areas after 300-400 years of constant use, so most relate, even if they not know what the name means.

I plan next, script work for areas and typing in many descriptions and some examples of names, not everyone, like Yul in Mongolian means "Beyond the End!" Which I used to call an island at south of the great peninsula to signify what the people of the once Greyland had thought was the far-reaches of the world, etc.

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