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Maps of Balazar and The Elder Wilds on Redbubble

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The original maps of Balazar and The Elder Wilds from RQ2's legendary sandbox campaign GRIFFIN MOUNTAIN are now available at Redbubble. As posters, scarves (read: 'adventure maps'), wall tapestries, and even duvet covers:

https://www.redbubble.com/people/chaosium/works/36040388-map-of-balazar-griffin-mountain

https://www.redbubble.com/people/chaosium/works/36040687-the-elder-wilds-map-griffin-mountain

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Same hex size as the Dragon Pass/Nomad Gods gameboard maps?

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On 1/2/2019 at 6:33 PM, Joerg said:

Same hex size as the Dragon Pass/Nomad Gods gameboard maps?

The original maps were and they fitted along the borders, so you could expand the Dragon Pass map to Balazar and then to Elder Wilds for a really big Dragon Pass game.

It's effectively unplayable, though, as there are too many counters spread across too wide an area.

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2 hours ago, soltakss said:

The original maps were and they fitted along the borders, so you could expand the Dragon Pass map to Balazar and then to Elder Wilds for a really big Dragon Pass game.

Except for one annoying item:  on the Dragon Pass map cities are centered in hexes, on the Balazar/Elder Wilds maps cities are on the lines between hexes.

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Does anybody know the size of the maps from the original Griffin Mountain pack? The PDF released for the RuneQuest Classic Kickstarter says 594x399mm, which doesn't seem to be a standard size (even if recalculated from inches).

I would like to order the maps in (at least roughly) the same size from Redbubble ...

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Those numbers look to me like 59.5 X 40 cm's, with 1mm of trimming/offset/whatever.

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