A Campaign Map for the North!
This large, campaign-scale, hand-drawn map is designed to give players the feel that they're using a real map of Faerun's North. It was drawn in ink to give it the feel of the same sort of map characters in the world would see. It not only includes the locations in Storm King's Thunder, but also over 100 more locations drawn from the long history... [click here for more]
This map contains both Nighstone and Goldenfields, both used in Storm King's Thunder!
This is a map I hand-drew for campaigns set in and around Waterdeep in the Forgotten Realms. It's suitable for anyone campaigning in the Waterdeep region, and may be especially helpful to anyone running the Tyranny of Dragons, Elemental Evil, or Storm King's Thunder adventure paths (once the latter... [click here for more]
Update: This is now 3 pdfs, 2 in original colour and black and white, and 1 with a parchment texture backing.
This was my first attempt at making a hand-drawn "realistic" map characters might see in the Forgotten Realms. It's of the Triboar area, predominantly focusing on the area around the Starmetal Hills. It will hopefully be of use to DMs playing in the area, including DMs expanding... [click here for more]
This product is a compilation of a map of the Ardeep Forest, hexed and non-hexed, at a 1 mile scale, as well as a short guide to the region. Ardeep Forest is located near Waterdeep in the Forgotten Realms, and is near Nightstone, a small village featured in Storm King's Thunder!
I hand-drew the map. It's suitable for anyone campaigning in the Waterdeep region, and may be especially helpful to anyone... [click here for more]
This is a single hand-drawn map created for campaigns set in and around the Kingdom of Cormyr in the Forgotten Realms, which for those unaware of the Kingdom, it is just to the east of the Sword Coast. This map specifically covers the western part of central Cormyr, between Eveningstar and Suzail, and between Waymoot and Hilp. It's suitable for anyone campaigning in the Cormyr region, and is designed... [click here for more]