I started looking at those lines which radiate from Magastra's Pool. They look like longitude and latitude. Now, my limited understanding of cartography, geometry, planes, and spheres tells me that lines radiating from a point on sphere cannot diverge at a constant angle. The angle of divergence must be greatest at the originating point, slowly changing until the lines are "parallel" at the "equator", and then the lines begin to converge, the angle of convergence increasing until the lines intersect at the opposite side of the sphere.

This means that on a flat map, the longitudinal lines should curve apart as they move away from the originating point, leaving gaps in the flat map. Example, take an orange, cut it into sections, eat the good part, and then lay the sections out as a "map" of the orange.

If Glorantha's planet is roughly the same size as Earth, 12,700 km diameter, by the scale on the map, the equator would be just about the edges of the map.

This is the long way around to my question, and I am probably reading WAY too much into this. Are the distances at the edge of the map accurate? Specifically, is Vithalash smaller than Teleos?