Below is a regional map of the eastern portion of the continent of Artelon. This is the area where most of my gaming campaigns as a DM take place. The green and blue map areas are unfinished maps. Those that have terrain are the finished maps, and you can click on them to view the map full size. Check back periodically, as I will add more maps as I get them completed.
The letters and numbers along the top and left side are the map coordinates. The northern hemisphere of Aerth is 60 maps across (1-60) by 9 maps down (A-I). The numbers along the right side are latitudes.
Technical information about the maps:
The individual small scale maps of Aerth are each 720x1200 pixels, covering an area of 360x600 miles, an area of ten degrees of latitude. The scale of these maps is half a mile to the pixel. The entire world of Aerth is composed of 1,080 of these maps. Needless to say, ALL the maps won't be here, and to date, only five of them are completed. It takes between 3 days and 6 weeks for me to complete one of these maps, depending on how much of the map is land and how much is ocean. (The less land, the less time to completion.)
Software used to construct the maps included Neopaint 3.2b, Photoshop 4 and 5, Paint Shop Pro 5.01, Hijaak Pro, Campaign Cartographer 2, Wilderness Mapper 1.0, Civilization II, and the Compton's Select Interactive World Atlas. And probably several other programs or sources that I can't recall at the moment.
All Aerth maps are copyright (c) 1984, 2002 by Laurie J. Brown. They may not be placed on any other web site or other medium without written permission by the author.
This page last updated 05/21/04