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The City of Faymouth Poster Map


The City of Faymouth is built on a river delta that separates a more populated western peninsula and a less populated eastern peninsula with the Tomlyn Hills and mountains split by a smaller river in the center. There are three uninhabited islands to the west and south of Faymouth.

Topographical features include white roads and city streets on land and white bridges over the river that connect the western peninsula to the eastern peninsula and a road through the Tomlyn Hills. Beige with no raised topography represents plains and beaches. The most fertile land in the area is the farmlands north of the western part of Faymouth that includes farm fields indicated by slightly darker beige rectangles, squares, and L-shaped areas. Green areas have heavier vegetation including shrubs and trees such as the Pishmire Thicket north of the farmlands. Hilly and mountainous areas have raised ridges. Beige areas are barren mountains, with green areas having evergreens and other mountain and hill vegetation. The Tomlyn Hills are represented with thick vegetation beyond the road through the area. 

City walls are represented by gray lines with brown circles in the wall indicating guard towers. The main docks are next to The Market and Barracks. Three guard towers peer out to sea to look for shipping threats such as pirates in this area. The Crescent Residence has a single pier to the south. Deep brown squares, rectangles, and other areas represent buildings in the city.

The Faymouth Poster Map includes a version of the city by artist Stefan Schloesser.  The maps include the city and the surrounding environs. This product is a print on demand colored 12” x 18” poster map. 

This is a companion product to our The City of Faymouth product powered by FATE.

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Andrew B December 12, 2020 10:03 pm UTC
Any chance of this being available in PDF/digital image file form?
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Simon P December 12, 2020 10:32 pm UTC
Sorry but about 6 months ago we lost all our files and backup files, so the original is not available.
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Andrew B December 12, 2020 10:39 pm UTC
Pity. Although couldn't you scan one of the physical prints? Not necessarily the best quality, but at least it would be something.
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This title was added to our catalog on February 24, 2015.