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Waterdeep - Forgotten Realms Stock Maps


Elven Tower presents stock maps of the Forgotten Realms. (Commercial License Included)

This is a hand drawn map of the City of Waterdeep. It is illustrated in the style of a local cartographer, excellent to be a prop given to players.

The Illustration has a resolution of 2540×3300, 300 dpi. Enough to be printed to crisp quality.


These maps include a commercial license, as such, you can add them to your DM's Guild products. Make your modules and adventures stand out with awesome Forgotten Realm maps. Most people see illustrations first, a good, evocative map is a great resource to attracting audience.

You may not use this image as a selling point or include these illustrations in another stock art collection, other specific actions not admisible are described in the attached copyrights document.

Other pieces in the collection:

coast    maps    City of Phlan - Elven Tower    baldurs gate area    Baldur's Gate - Elven Tower   Whitehorn   Fortress   waterdeep daggerford   ylraphon   Neverwinter  hardbuckler     chult    luskan    phandalin

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Raymond M December 20, 2018 6:04 am UTC
I got this map to use with a loosely run Dragon Heist. This map is clearly created off of the maps of previous editions, and it's missing the "Field Ward" near the north gate, which I have just noticed in previous editions was literally just a field, presumably designed as a killbox for invading armies. Now it's a ward of the city of its own.

Means I need to do some graphic design work of my own, but the unlabeled B&W map is still a good starting point for me to make the maps I will need in my games.
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Paul M October 11, 2018 8:29 pm UTC
Does this map include Undercliff? If not, does anyone know where I could find a map of Undercliff that I could use in a dmsguild product which mirrors the one on the poster in the hardcover?
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Derek Antonio A October 14, 2018 8:00 pm UTC
No, sorry. This was released a while ago. I understand that the new map has undergone some changes. I plan to update this one but I don't have an ETA.
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Karl J July 28, 2018 3:07 pm UTC
I was disappointed in this. For $4 on rpgnow/drive thru, I expected to get a map pack with an overall city map and detailed maps of each ward. The sample images make it look like that's what is included too. Instead, all this is just a single map labeled a few different ones; one you can get for free anywhere on the internet. It may be hand-drawn, but it the value here was incredibly disappointing.

The one use-case I can see potentially being worth it is as a commercial user. Then, this is probably fine. Recommend against the purchase as just a DM running Waterdeep campaigns however.
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Derek Antonio A July 28, 2018 3:19 pm UTC
Hello Karl, I apologize the product did not meet your expectations. The price tag is directly related to the commercial license it has. Most of my clients are other DMs Guild creators that use my illustrations in their own products.

If you're interested, as a token of gratitude, I can send you a complimentary copy of my adventure, The Goblet of Fireflies. I will need your dms guild email address to send it, though.
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Karl J August 02, 2018 4:06 pm UTC
Hey Derek,

Thank you so much for the reply. That is great customer service. I agree that a commercial license totally justifies this price (if not more). I should have been more attentive when I was making the purchase, but am happy to support you in the end because I do think that collaboration is key to D&D and I think it is great that people are out there creating content with commercial use cases in place.

I would still take you up on the offer of your adventure, though. I'm trying to find a way to DM my email to you presently. Thank you kindly for that offer.
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Karl J August 02, 2018 4:14 pm UTC
Can't figure out how to DM here, but here is my address - splitting it across two replies just to try and subvert the automated collection spiders. It is:
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Karl J August 02, 2018 4:14 pm UTC
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Karl J August 02, 2018 4:14 pm UTC
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Derek Antonio A August 07, 2018 3:56 pm UTC
Hello Karl. Sorry for the late reply. I did not log in for a few days. I just sent you a copy of The Goblet of Fireflies, please let me know if you got that ok. You should receive an email notification and a DMs Guild notification.
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Karl J August 07, 2018 6:07 pm UTC
Got it. Thanks Derek. And thanks for the 5-star level follow-up. And, definitely count me among those endorsing your work here. Appreciate all of this follow-up.
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Derek Antonio A August 10, 2018 4:18 pm UTC
You're welcome Karl. I've always thought that networking and being available to people is half the work. I hope you enjoy the adventure.
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ALEXEY K December 07, 2017 8:14 pm UTC
As far as I can see, without the Field Quarter, that is for 3.5e, not for 5e.
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