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  • #195410
    Avatar photoAngel Barracks
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    I have started putting together the campaign page(s) of my website in readiness for our upcoming 10mm WFB 3rd edition campaign.

    It is bare bones at the moment but you can find it HERE

    #195413
    Avatar photoThomaston
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    I’m intrigued at first by the campaign idea and maps, but then I spotted something incredible. Is that a 10mm chicken in Thule farm?

    #195414
    Avatar photoAngel Barracks
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    Sure is…

    Here it is visiting Stoodhof.

    It is actually a different model, can’t have too many.

    #195417
    Avatar photogreg954
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    You certainly know how to knock together a good gaming table. I’m interested in this, I must admit.

    #195418
    Avatar photoDarkest Star Games
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    You think that’s amazing, wait till you see the scale accurate spiders and webs in his barn! 😉

    So the area you’re playing in is SE of Drebkau?  What program did you use to make your area map, it looks great!

    "I saw this in a cartoon once, but I'm pretty sure I can do it..."

    #195441
    Avatar photoAngel Barracks
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    Thanks both.

    Drebkau sounds like a real place, is it a real place?

    I used Inkarnate for the map.

    https://inkarnate.com/maps/

    #195443
    Avatar photoRobert Armstrong
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    Drebkau exists both in Stirland and Germany

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drebkau

     

    #195445
    Avatar photoAngel Barracks
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    That is slack of me, from looking at a number of maps I reckon it is pretty much around here:

    #195446
    Avatar photoDarkest Star Games
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    I see, I thought you had tied it in to the south and east of Drebkau on the West and Central Stirland map, SE of The Moot (only because of the rivers course and the mountains being right there, and that stretch of water being called Aver).

    Now I wonder how much of an area a vampire army could actually control and administrate (not just conquer)…

    "I saw this in a cartoon once, but I'm pretty sure I can do it..."

    #195447
    Avatar photoAngel Barracks
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    So The Auld Ryding is WFB 2nd and before The Empire as we know it.

    So the descriptions in the book don’t quite tally with what comes later, having said that, this map shows it sort of there and it actually changes the 2nd edition olde English place names to slightly more Germanic sounding ones.

    Mayby becomes Maylhof
    Shoodthorpe becomes Stoodhof
    Averridge stays the same.

    #195457

    Nice!

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