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  1. Malcolm
    15 January 2016 @ 11:06 pm

    This is my ‘Home’, my starting point – as it may have been for many gamers…
    Just as the maps of Middle Earth are for reading Tolkien.

    Thorfinn
    Thank you for bringing this together
    Both the map and the sources used, I’m sure to be wandering these lands again soon…

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    • Thorfinn Tait
      19 January 2016 @ 9:24 pm

      Glad to hear it, Malcolm! I hope to be helping my kids to wander through these lands someday soon. 😉

  2. Cthulhudrew
    27 January 2016 @ 3:23 am

    Wasn’t the Wufwolde referred to as the Wulfholde at one point? I want to say maybe in B10, but I don’t have that handy for reference at the moment.

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    • Thorfinn Tait
      27 January 2016 @ 3:28 pm

      I just checked, and you are correct, Andrew. B10’s Karameikos map does indeed have Wufwolde. As if we needed yet another variation for this name! 😉

      My recent thinking for things like this is that in fact all the names are equally valid, being nothing more than variations used by different people to refer to the same thing — or indeed being used by the locals to refer to the same thing in different ways.

      So the names on my updated maps shouldn’t really be taken as stating that the other names are wrong; it’s just that it’s not possible to list all the variants on each map.

  3. Keith Byers
    3 February 2016 @ 4:08 pm

    Where does Thunder Rift fall in the maps you made? I may have missed it mind you.

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    • Thorfinn Tait
      5 February 2016 @ 8:59 pm

      I don’t think there’s a completely official placement anywhere. Personally I would not be averse to placing it, though.

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