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Each hexagon is 50 miles across.

A group of ocean traders. Now some are pirates, some are merchants. But they don't raid each other. Fral-Nar is the capital. The castles are feudal lands owned by minor Sea Kings. They are required to defends the borders and lands by the Major Sea Kings.

Court intrigue anyone ?


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Categories The Fantasy Trip, nations

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Each hexagon is 50 miles across.

A Fine Nation. Some Good, Some Evil, mostly Neutral. Court is an unpleasant place. Few cities, mostly manor houses and their farmers.

contested lands ? No one seems to know with whom The Grand Duchy is having to fight for this area. Could it be a hoax ? Or just monsters who like to attack civilization ?


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Categories The Fantasy Trip, nations

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An island north east of the main continent. This island appears and disappears. Ruins there. They aren’t seen when the island disappears.


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Categories The Fantasy Trip, maps

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The land, an overland hexagon map. This was to be part of the original continent map. I have redrawn it to make it larger as part of the second continent.


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Categories The Fantasy Trip, maps

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South east corner of this city. G1 thru G4 are guard towers, M1 thru M7 are merchant homes, V1 are regular villagers, SC1 are store clerks, W1 and W2 are stone wizard towers. The small yellow towers are guard posts.


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