Friday, May 15, 2009

From the Attic: Origins of Map 19 the Wild North

Every project has a beginning. Map 19 the Wild North had it is origin in a map I drew in 1982 using one of the blank wilderlands parchment maps. I never wrote it up but I think you find the names pretty self explanatory if you can get beyond the misspellings. Of course like many young DMs I threw in different thing just because I could; like Larry Niven's Kzintis roaming the eastern steppes. Click for a larger image

1 comment:

Norman Harman said...

> I threw in different thing just because I could

Ya know, that isn't necessarily a bad thing. Youthful naivety is something I morn the loss of.

Too much of modern gaming is about doing it right, realistic, balanced, about making sense. It's all too adult.

Need more stupid 12 yr old "It'll be totally rad to have vikings vs kzintis."