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Locations of the North

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Featured here are four maps made to supplement the suggested locations for players to visit in the 3rd chapter of Storm King's Thunder: The Savage Frontier. These high resolution maps come in multiple variations including with or without text or labels for tabletop or digital play, print resolution pdfs, alternative versions using a nighttime palettes, and black and white line versions. They are made faithfully from the written descriptions from the module as well as occasionally integrating other preexisting information about the location from the greater Forgotten Realms universe when it doesn't conflict with the 5e adventure. Putting these maps in front of your players will instantly help lend some legitimacy and versimilitude to these locations, should you choose to steer your players towards them.

You can view low-resolution previews of each map here: Noanar's Hold // Citadel Adbar // Helm's Hold // Fireshear

Looking to supplement more from Storm King's Thunder? Check out our other maps for Iymrith's Lair--the fateful (and epic) finale encounter in the adventure.

If you find that this product improved your gaming experience please feel free to check out more of my maps on our website,

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Justin N March 07, 2022 5:30 pm UTC
Do you have any maps of Gudd Haug and the other Giant HQ's?
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Victor G January 24, 2022 4:56 pm UTC
These links don't seem to work:
You can view low-resolution previews of each map here: Noanar's Hold // Citadel Adbar // Helm's Hold // Fireshear
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Venatus M January 24, 2022 6:28 pm UTC
Weird, thanks for the heads up! Links have been replaced.
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Jacob Them C August 05, 2021 7:58 am UTC
Sorry for being unclear. I am talking about the Citadel Adbar map.
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Venatus M August 05, 2021 1:36 pm UTC
Hi Jacob! This one's from a few years back so my memory's a little hazy, but iirc the repeating square was intended to be representative of the concept of a 'lift' as it was described for the city providing access between the floors of the tower. The rectangles are simply indications of the presence of buildings (albeit, on an abstract scale) for barracks, armories, etc.
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Jacob Them C August 05, 2021 7:47 am UTC
Gorgeous map. What are the squares (and rectangles) in the towers supposed to be?
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Seth B February 04, 2021 10:49 pm UTC
What size should I print these out to use with 1inch squares?
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Venatus M February 06, 2021 3:08 am UTC
Hey Seth! These are all town maps, not battle maps, so a 1in scale isn't really relevant here. They're still perfectly acceptable to have tokens on to indicate location as players move about town if you'd like, but they're not made for combat.
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