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  1. Gecko
    5 June 2018 @ 1:43 am

    It’s worth noting that Urmahid’s tower (Skullhorn) apparently shifted 1 hex to the northeast.

    Also apparently the borders of the new Bramyra do not include all of the area of the old county of Skullhorn. Did Urmahid have to give up some mountain terrain to get the princely title and the populated lowland area?

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    • Thorfinn Tait
      5 June 2018 @ 11:57 pm

      The borders are also different in Boldavia and Nouvelle Averoigne. I must confess I haven’t read much of Glantri: Kingdom of Magic for many, many years (if at all?!?) so I don’t know the background here.

    • Gecko
      7 June 2018 @ 4:44 am

      Oh wow, yeah, NA & B both gave-up a few suboptimal hexes in exchange for lots of better hexes – an especially large # in NA’s case, while Boldavia apparently annexed all the Boldavian baronies. I hadn’t noticed either of those before. But is Skullhorn the only location to of shifted hexes? Unfortunately this map is, as far as I’m aware, the only one showing the borders and extent of the P. of Bramyra

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