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GemQuest Map

Wednesday, September 13, 2006



copyright 2006, Cathy Wassner

posted by GemQuest News at 2:49 AM

Comments:
Oooh! A really nice looking map! Will a version of this be in Revenge of the Elves?

Glad to see you on the blogspot Gary!
 
They don't think they can reproduce it well in color, and in black and white it just doesn't look great. So I don't think so. My wife drew the map after the first book was written. I'd really like her to expand it now and fill in all the additional towns and cities in more detail anyway.
 
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