Wednesday, June 16, 2021

Adventures in the original Wilderlands of High Fantasy.

 I made another map. This one showing where all the known adventures and supplements were set in Judges Guild Wilderlands of High Fantasy prior to it first shutdown in the early 80s. 

Note that some of the great JG Adventures like Dark Tower, The Thieves of Badabaskor, the ADnD modules, etc. don't have a Wilderlands location and largely presented as their own thing. Even some of the locations depicted in Book of Treasure Maps 1 to 3 don't have a Wilderlands location. But all the ones that have a location are noted on the below map. Just open the image in a new tab to get the full scale view. 

Plus many of the above modules gained a location in Necromancer Games Wilderlands Boxed Set and Goodman Games remake for 3.5.  For example Badabaskor is located in Hex 2906 on Map 2 Barbarian Altanis. 

Link to Map Image



6 comments:

Tamás Illés said...

A few days ago I was thinking about how nice it would be to have such a map, so kudos for making it. Would be it be much work to make a version the borders of the Wilderlands maps included? Seeing at first glance what belongs on which map would be pretty useful.

Robert Conley said...

I will see what I can come up with.

James Mishler said...

Here's the list and map I developed some time back.

I like hiw yours carves out the exact hexes from the Wilderness Books.

http://hangingoutinthecitystate.blogspot.com/search/label/Adventures

Robert Conley said...

@James Mishler, thanks. I was able to do the hex borders as like my other Wilderlands maps is carved out of a single master map of 18 combined.

Robert Conley said...

For folks who want that master map, it a part of any of the guidebook purchases on DriveThruRPG.

https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/288613/Wilderlands-of-High-Fantasy-Guidebooks-PDFs-BUNDLE?cPath=5250_30086

dkabq said...

Too bad Mr. Mishler's link no longer works.
http://hangingoutinthecitystate.blogspot.com/search/label/Adventures

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