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Lee Moyer’s Storm King’s Thunder Maps Available for Purchase

Lee Moyer did a lot of the amazing cartography work for Storm King’s Thunder, including some of the final lairs. You can download all of his maps in hi-res for a few bucks on his webstore.

 

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Robert Adducci is an RPG community organizer and helps out games stores and conventions in the Denver area with social media and community management. He is a die-hard Dark Sun fan and the founder of the Burnt World of Athas website (Athas.org). Robert was born in the deserts of Athas, aka Phoenix, AZ, but now lives in the cool climate of Colorado with his wife, two little adventurer, and two animal companions.
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Robert Adducci is an RPG community organizer and helps out games stores and conventions in the Denver area with social media and community management. He is a die-hard Dark Sun fan and the founder of the Burnt World of Athas website (Athas.org). Robert was born in the deserts of Athas, aka Phoenix, AZ, but now lives in the cool climate of Colorado with his wife, two little adventurer, and two animal companions.

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  1. This is a step in the right direction – the maps in this book are beautiful, but almost unusable because the print is so small, but COME ON, $30 for digital maps when I already paid $50 for the book! AND it isn’t even the complete set, because there are other maps from other artists that you would need to buy separately? What happened to the FREE online supplements from WOTC’s web site or through Dungeon magazine, let alone the beautiful box sets with included fold out maps? This is no way to treat your DMs who pay a lot more than the players anyway. If it has to be a paid digital download, how about $5 or even $10 for a COMPLETE set as a PDF? Check out how Paizo does this.
    Until then, I guess I’ll keep scanning the tiny maps in the book, blow up and print and keep guessing at the stuff too tiny to read.

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