Bonetti wrote:I see, that's the area northeast of Fort Nell. Pretty daring, setting up farms up there
Bonetti wrote:Any particular reason you had the river run down to Darokin? Based on the area northeast of Alfheim, and the detail from PC1, it seems the river would likely have redirected itself into Alfheim at some point. (Based on PC1's Dreamland detail map, I get the feeling that Alfheim has sunk a bit, or the magical relocation of water is actually pulling water against its natural flow. Either way, I've been working it as if all rivers lead to Alfheim -- at least for the next few miles outside the borders.)
Bonetti wrote:I also assume, you being you, that there's an interesting history for the area
Seer of Yhog wrote:Here are some notes for Brethilad. I would note that I was on a Tolkien kick when I created the region (having read LoTR, the Silmarillion, and Unfinished Tales during that summer). IIRC, this material was created between 2000 and 2002.
Seer of Yhog wrote: It was carved into the rockface, and resembles two gigantic beech trees framing a great entrance. It still stands, and I have a map for it. Behind Ostbrethilad is a hidden valley (Imlad Anor – Vale of the Sun), which measures a few square miles and contains a small lake fed by runoff, and elf-planted groves.
Chimpman wrote:These old maps are real treasures GG! I hope if you keep finding them that you keep posting them.
Chimpman wrote:;) I figured something like that was going on based on the names on the map.
Chimpman wrote:Wow - I actually drew a picture of something like this for my mom about 20 years ago. Probably an 12" by 24" (or thereabouts) in oil pastels. It was framed and hanging in the house for quite some time. I wonder if I could get a snapshot of it to post here...
Hugin wrote:Nice maps. They have a very appealing look to them, almost as if they were archived historical documents uncovered.
Seer of Yhog wrote:Open the treasure chest!
Seer of Yhog wrote:And here is a map of the village (with keyed locations!)
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