Download a high-resolution map of the Dragon Empire! This ancient world is the setting for 13th Age, the d20-rolling fantasy roleplaying game from legendary designers Jonathan Tweet and Rob Heinsoo where you play epic adventures in a world where mighty Icons war and scheme in a tense balance of power.
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Can you kill the dungeon before it kills you?
In 13th Age, living dungeons slither up through the underworld and invade the surface lands. The Stone Thief is the most ancient and cunning of its kind; a vast monster that preys on the cities and structures you love, swallows them, and remakes them into more deathtrap-filled levels inside itself. Now, it’s hunting YOU.
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For centuries, the Mystic Orrery has accurately predicted celestial events and their effect on magic. But its predictions are becoming increasingly erratic, and it turns out that an Archmage of a previous age removed some parts and hid them away from her successors. Now the whole Dragon Empire is at risk as the rules of magic... [click here for more]
Enter the graveyard of doomed ships
Experienced seafarers know better than to risk the dangers of the Stranglesea: that terrible place where castaways cling to existence in the rotting hulks of trapped ships, and deadly creatures feast on the unwary.
Now a band of adventurers must enter the Stranglesea and attempt to rescue the enigmatic engineer Inigo Sharpe from his imprisonment. But Sharpe is... [click here for more]
A short distance down the coast from the mighty city of Horizon, the town of Eldolan has its own problems. Students of the town’s three rival wizard schools constantly feud and create trouble for the town guard, the Silver Shields, who must clean up the wizards’ messes. The Council of Mages—who truly rule the town—involve themselves with stints of political one-upmanship that... [click here for more]
Rickard Gudbrand was so inspired by this image in the Eternal Lies book...
...that he decided to do a similar thing of his own, to be able to give his players during the game. Then he realised that he’d have to update the map as the investigators travelled to different locations, and possibly in a different order after the initial chapter.
The result is a beautiful interactive PDF map... [click here for more]