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Herein you will find the remaining eight maps of the Realmscrawl line, which never quite took off.

The initial release, Realmscrawl Campaign Map #5: Tilverton, never sold enough for me to further develop the line.

However, I still have my initial work done on the rest of the maps; here they are, incomplete, ready to be further developed for your own campaign using Hexographer.

Included are the Hexographer files for Maps 1 to 4 and 6 to 9.

Maps 1 to 4 and 6 to 8 are essentially complete, save for names. Map 9 is in a rather more primitive condition, but the general outline is all there.

Also included are small maps of each of the eight regions, in PNG format, as well as one map of all nine regions stitched together in a primitive fashion (made with slightly older versions of the maps included herein).

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Duane D May 09, 2018 1:23 am UTC
The HXM files ill not open in Hexographer???
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James M May 09, 2018 5:41 am UTC
Huh, I haven't heard of anyone having any issues before. I will have to look into this tomorrow; I do not have access to my mapping computer at the moment. I will get back to you about this tomorrow night.

BTW, are you using Hexographer or Worldographer, and are you using a purchased version or the free version?
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James M May 09, 2018 9:57 pm UTC
Duane, I downloaded all of the files and they all check out just fine.

Can you elaborate on the problem you are having? What happens when you try to open the files?

Also, which version of Hexographer do you have?
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Christophe S January 13, 2018 1:15 am UTC
Hello, is possible to have the general realms map (00 all nine regions) in hxm format ?
Thanks !
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James M January 13, 2018 7:43 am UTC
Unfortunately, no, not as such; all nine maps were created separately at that scale in nine separate Hexographer files.

I do have a hex map at 18-miles per hex, the parent map that I used to create the nine 6-mile per hex maps... I hadn't thought about that. I will have get that off another computer, so I will add that sometime this weekend when I can fire up the other computer.

The disadvantage with that one is that it does not quite match the nine maps, as I did a lot of changing and adjusting from the general map. But it could work as a nice starter...

Oh, and thank you for your purchase!
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James M January 14, 2018 6:48 am UTC
I have now added the parent map, at 18-miles per hex, both the Hexographer file and a large PNG.

Hope that helps!
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Jeremy F April 14, 2017 8:52 pm UTC
What locations are detailed in the maps included here?
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James M April 14, 2017 10:10 pm UTC
The nine maps altogether cover the entirety of the Eastern Heartlands. Maps 1 to 4 and 6 to 8 have every official location I could find by scouring dozens of Forgotten Realms source books, though with the caveat that I only used 1E, 2E, and 3E FR source books, and never touched anything from 4E or 5E; also, I did not read through the voluminous FR fiction works, so none of the various minor locales that show up in the fiction are there.

So if it is in a source book somewhere, it is very likely to be on the map.

Of course, as mentioned, none of the locales are named, though most of the major locales can be identified readily; I also added a lot of smaller villages, castles, towers, and ruins and such.

Finally, I should note that the map is the Realms as of 1287 DR, the Year of the Smoky Moon...
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