I’m very excited to announce that top fantasy cartographer Jared Blando has created a beautiful, brand new map of the wider world of Parsantium.
You can check out the low res version below – a full resolution version of the map is included in the revised PDF of Icons of Parsantium. If you have previously purchased this supplement, you can download the updated files with the new map for free from your Drivethrurpg or Paizo library.
The Lands of Parsantium by Jared Blando
Thanks to Symatt for his original world map, and to Graham Ruston for mapping the Sunset Lands for his Via Bathura campaign.
More fun with the test version of Fantastic Maps‘ new hex mapping tool. Here’s Parsantium and its surrounding farming villages and army watchtowers.
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Last November, I created a map of the Feyshore Forest using the Alpha version of Jonathan Roberts’ Fantastic Maps hex mapping software, nicknamed #hexallthethings.
Jon has been working hard, adding new functionality including coastlines and much better rivers and roads. I’ve had a lot of fun playing with the latest test version today and have recreated my Feyshore Forest map. I think it’s turned out rather well 🙂
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I’ve been having fun this evening playing with the Alpha version of Jonathan Roberts of Fantastic Maps‘ new hex mapping software. Here’s my map of the Feyshore Forest – compare with my original hand drawn map here. It’s really easy to use and I’m really pleased with the results 🙂
The Juma Associates, the PCs in my own Parsantium campaign, have headed to the jungles of Sampur which meant coming up with a map. I’ve taken Symatt’s world map and expanded it to include Sampur and the rest of the Caliphate of Aqhran. It’s pretty rough but thought it might be of interest so have posted it here. The PCs have arrived in the port city of Surivata via teleportation circle and will be travelling up the Charapuzha River to visit the vanara city of Kishkindha where they hope to find the Arrows of Hanuman.
In other news, I am very pleased that Leisure Games in Finchley, London are now stocking Parsantium: City at the Crossroads.
Parsantium has also had a new review on InfoBarrel Entertainment and gets 4 stars 🙂
The Maps section has been updated with a brand new map of the wider world of Parsantium drawn by my talented pal, Symatt. This should help make the trade routes on p.42 easier to understand!
Check out the map here.
Jonathan Roberts, Parsantium’s ENnie award winning cartographer, has posted a low res version of his gorgeous colour map as well as some close-ups on some of the amazing detail he’s included on his blog.
Check out the post here and learn how a map like this comes together.