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Krull Wilderness Map - Annotated

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The first campaign map intended for Knights of the All Mind. “Krull” (a city-state, actually) started in 1979 – well before the 1983 movie of the same name. The lands depicted in this map are the extent of “Krull” circa 1979-81 (map drawn over time) and is a direct copy of the campaign map used for play that has been annotated for legibility. Scale is the old Judges Guild standard 5 miles per hex.

Campaigns typically began in the river pirate enclave of Underport, adventuring through caverns beneath the fortified town. (Look for Underport: Abyssal Descent, a vintage mega-dungeon.)

Included as a bit of diversion is the incomplete, but newly formatted "Crack at Garn's Canyon" dungeon scenario from the "Krull" campaign world. This scenario was featured in its original, handwritten form in the book Habitition of the Stone Giant Lord, a collection of DIY modules from tabletop fantasy gaming's early years published by The Hutchingsonian Institution in collaboration with PlaGMaDA in 2013. The scenario is available here as written for the 1st edition rules of The World's Most Popular Role Playing Game.

Also included is a second version of the wilderness map with original, handwritten, somewhat illegible place names that may be used as a player handout.

*** As a bonus, a map to the town of Elktree is included. Elktree is the last "civilized" outpost heading west and is situated on the banks of River Aston 35 miles east of Underport. The town is intended for adventurers to rest and resupply from their excursions, therefore only general descriptors are given for locations in this map's key. As GM, of course, you can make of the town what you will.

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This title was added to our catalog on November 14, 2014.