A Good Slaine Map

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A Good Slaine Map

Postby Standing-Stone » Wed Dec 02, 2009 10:12 pm

I found this while googling Slaine Maps

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I make link to he website forum where I found this but the URL is a bit big.

It's interesting because it show moreof the places mentioned, and where they might be. It's more got detail than any of the other maps I've seen.
Some of the places I'm not so sure about though. and it's in colour.

Is there really a Wyvern Hoe, Netherwood and BrightElmstone?
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Postby tarkhan bey » Sun Dec 06, 2009 12:19 pm

Brighthelmstone is the original name for Brighton on the south coast of England. There is a village called Hoe in Norfolk and there are a couple of Netherwoods in Great Britain. One is in Cheshire and another in Scotland. :)
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Postby Daithi O'an tSionnaigh » Mon Dec 14, 2009 12:52 am

Weird! I tried to check out the links and it brought me back here.
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Postby Standing-Stone » Mon Dec 28, 2009 12:16 am

I just edited those links.

They should take you to a blank page with the map on it.

Both maps look similaer if not the same.

I dare say the second one is alittle more zoomed out.

While the first has alittle more detail.

I just don't know why they aren't coming up on the screen as images right here.
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Re: A Good Slaine Map

Postby battleaxe » Tue Dec 29, 2009 5:19 pm

Those places come from the Horned Lord and Moon Sow Campaign book 1 The Invulnerable King.
Standing-Stone wrote:I found this while googling Slaine Maps

Image

Image

I make link to he website forum where I found this but the URL is a bit big.

It's interesting because it show moreof the places mentioned, and where they might be. It's more got detail than any of the other maps I've seen.
Some of the places I'm not so sure about though. and it's in colour.

Is there really a Wyvern Hoe, Netherwood and BrightElmstone?
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Postby Daithi O'an tSionnaigh » Tue Dec 29, 2009 7:36 pm

Thanks Standing Stone!
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Postby Standing-Stone » Mon Jan 04, 2010 12:58 pm

Oh, I might have noticed, no wait I'll I will go check.
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Postby Standing-Stone » Tue Jan 05, 2010 11:23 am

Quoting Battleaxe.....
Those places come from the Horned Lord and Moon Sow Campaign book 1 The Invulnerable King.
I just got out one of the books you mentioned. The Invulnerable King and started llloking for the map. It's not in that one and before I retreived any more from the shelf. I realised you menat that those places were mentioned in two of books.

Hope you like the map, though it's not my own creation.

You can find where it came from if you check properties.
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Postby tarkhan bey » Wed Apr 07, 2010 8:31 pm

Have also just discovered that there is a town called Wivenhoe in Essex. According to WIKI, the original name of the settlement was Wyvernhoe after a mythical beast that dwelt in the area.

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