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Maps of Magnamund Collection

Following the success of the World of Magnamund poster map that Joe Dever and Francesco Mattioli launched last year, they are very pleased to announce the publication of an exciting new Lone Wolf cartography project: the Maps of Magnamund Collection – Set 1.

The Maps of Magnamund Collection will comprise 36 beautifully detailed Map Boards in total. A new set of 4 Map Boards will be published regularly, every 4-5 months, until the collection is complete.

These Map Boards are an original RPG concept. They combine a highly detailed colour map on the front, with a world grid and useful background information about the map area depicted on the reverse. Many new geographical features are included, along with special sites and locations never revealed before. There are also scenario ideas for RPG adventures specific to each area.

The Map Boards measure 233mm x 328mm (about 9″ x 13″) and are printed in color on strong 300gsm laminated art board. They come individually packed and labeled in a zip-loc bag. They are very collectable and ideal for framing & mounting.

Set 1 contains the following 4 Map Boards:

#1 Sommerlund (reverse)
#2 Durenor (reverse)
#3 Vassagonia (reverse)
#4 Dessi (reverse)

Set 2 will be available in March 2013. It will contain the following 4 Map Boards:

#5 Kakush and Valerion
#6 The Galdonlands
#7 The Stornlands
#8 Talestria

The official release date for Set 1 is November 1st, at the Lucca Comics and Games Show, Italy. The cost per set (4 Map Boards) is GBP11.99 / €13.99 / US$19.00. Mongoose Publishing are now taking pre-orders which they will ship worldwide on Nov 14.

Joe and Francesco will be adding the new Map Boards to their Lone Wolf maps website on Friday Nov 9. All Map Boards purchased directly from their website with be signed by Joe personally.

Update: I’ve just learned that Vincent Lazzari and Florent Haro of Scriptarium helped with the creation of these maps and are also currently offering preorders from their website.

Update 2: There’s now direct link to get signed copies.

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  1. Posted November 1, 2012 at 5:34 am | Permalink

    Hi Jonathan,

    Yes, Scriptarium is glad to have participated in the maps. And we will continue to do so. Thank you for the link.

    By the, we should write an English page. Would someone at Project Aon mind proofreading the translation?

    • Posted November 2, 2012 at 6:17 pm | Permalink

      I’m sure we could find someone to help out. 🙂

  2. Posted November 3, 2012 at 7:10 pm | Permalink

    Alright, then. I will start translating and put is somewhere for you to proofread. You have my email adress, send me yours and I will send you the link where you can proofread.

  3. Posted November 3, 2012 at 9:09 pm | Permalink

    Translation done. I only need someone to volunteer for proofreading. My English is very good so it should be easy – just some phrases I don’t get right.