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Some of you are probably tired of my maps, but that’s okay. You don’t have to read about them! For those that like them, I have some…uh…interesting ones this time.
I think I have a problem: ever since I decided to make my own world-maps, I haven’t been able to stop. I’ve always had a detail-oriented personality, which is why I still have reams of world-information needing translation into a … Continue reading
I’m always tinkering with the details of my world, whether consciously or in the back of my mind, and I always knew that it did not have the same length of year/month/week/day as Earth. I just recently formalized that idea, … Continue reading
As a detail-obsessed individual who always liked geology and took a few courses in college, I’ve always tried to make the tectonics of my world somewhat realistic. Since I started making the properly-to-scale maps of the main continent, however, I … Continue reading
I know book 1 isn’t even out yet, but I do have book 2 being beta-read at the moment, so I made a map for it from the base world-map (as I did for book 1). As book 3 takes … Continue reading
After making the world-maps, I realized that my previous Book 1 map didn’t sync up well with the ‘current-age’ map, so decided to redo it off the world-map template.
After a request for an idea of the size and placement of the empires spoken of in the histories, I did an overlay on the Before and After maps from History 07: The Sealing of the World, Part 2 to … Continue reading
As a wraith-mage and a constant interferer in the business of mortals, Kuthrallan Vanyaris knew his assistance would not be welcomed by the skinchanger- and spirit-folk. Unfortunately, the Seals he wanted to create necessitated the spirits’ permission, if not their … Continue reading
I decided that since I had done the Book 1 map, and since I had reached the point in the Histories when the Seals happen, I should probably put up a map of the world before the Sealing. Immediately before. … Continue reading
I wanted to make a better map for book 1 than my scruffy hand-drawn thing. So I did. But I didn’t do it alone.