Did the same with Adobe Acrobat and Gimp works quite good. But the sourcefile I made is now around 1 GB 😀
I didn’t do much, but if you wanna credit me:
Jan von Schilcher
Thx to all. I am so looking forward to the final product!
Hi, although the section was double checked I could not find any mentioning of this in the forum: The mountain range is called Sigil Peaks, but is reffered as Sigel Peaks (which is located in the Sutmark) on several occasions in the text. I found the following text passages by quick search:
P. 160 Eira’s Spring: Long ago, before the Ice Wall rose, a cleric of Eira who suffered from leprosy was walking through the southern Sigel Peaks when she stumbled across a steaming pool in a secluded valley.
P. 163 The lost mine of the Heligi: According to the most popular version, the Heligi operated many mines in the Sigel Peaks, where miners excavated precious stones and minerals.
P. 163 Valley of Crows: The Valley of Crows is a deep, steep-sided gorge cutting into the
foothills of the Sigel Peaks near the border with the Mistlands.
P. 164 Aelfric the Damned: So it was Aelfric led the column into the Sigel Peaks, in the region that is now Giant’s Throne.
P. 164 Dipsy: Dipsy has long been convinced that much of Silverdale’s true wealth came from mines in the Sigel Peaks.
Well that is a very cool idea dpmcalister. @ Wiggy: However you made them :), you still have the source maps and it would be really cool, to get them all together in one big interactive map. I remember the Forgotten Realms Atlas that was on the web for some time. It was really handy for making ones one maps and add some markers that are not source material. Maybe get that region in the mids of Nordmark and Midmark were the famous Bandit Lair of Guthren Bloodraven is or something.
To explain what I am looking for. I am GMing a political setting in Nordmark (with some similarities to the description of a certain Jarl in the North). I am about to expand the scheme on all the Marklands and it would be awesome to have one map containing alls the Land compiled together. In my approach all the Marks are at the brink of civil war while the Withered Lands are scheming behind the scenes. So being able to make one big detailed map could prove very handy.
thanks for the info. It was in the german version of the game too, and I was wondering if I missed something. But I guess we will play without it. Doesn’t seem so important.