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Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Poster Map Folio

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Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Poster Map Folio

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One World, Countless Adventures

See the Inner Sea as you never have before! Discover adventures you never knew existed and make your mark on the Pathfinder Campaign Setting with the Inner Sea Poster Map Folio!

This enormous mega-map depicts the Inner Sea region of Golarion, the thrilling heart of the Pathfinder Campaign Setting. Four quadrant posters form a comprehensive view of the Inner Sea region, measuring 3-1/2 feet wide by over 5 feet tall—that’s almost 20 square feet of adventure! Distinct and easy to read tags mark hundreds of towns, villages, castles, dungeons, and other intriguing locations drawn from the complete catalogue of Pathfinder offerings to date. Check out every locale in the encyclopedic Inner Sea World Guide, as well as key sites from Pathfinder Adventure Paths, Pathfinder Modules, and Golarion’s history and current events, all revealed as never before. Printed on durable, high-quality paper, this invaluable world reference will endure campaign after campaign.

With the Inner Sea Poster Map Folio, a world of countless adventures, innumerable dangers, and endless possibilities is yours to explore!

Cartography by Rob Lazzaretti

ISBN-13: 978-1-60125-271-5

Note: This product is part of the Pathfinder Campaign Setting Subscription.

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Cheliax

Tangible Delusions wrote:
Joseph Wilson wrote:
Rivermurk the Vengeful wrote:

Cool - glad you guys like it. Wife thinks it looks like a large window ("into another world" I keep responding) and my 3yr old daughter keeps asking me where our house is on the map.

I haven't gotten the actual product yet, so for my own reference, what size frames did these take? Did you have to modify the maps at all, or are they a common size? (I showed my wife the pictures you posted and she was immediately on board with setting this up in our new game room! SQUEE!)
I just got done putting mine up in place of my Greyhawk maps (Though those moved to a different wall) I got the 23X34 Poster Frames which worked out nicely

Yep - 23x34, might have even been 22 & 3/8 x 34. I bought them in target for $9.99 each. Its kinda painful to center the maps to minimize the amount of overlap/duplication. You'll know what I mean when you try it, but you will end up shifting each map into a corner of the frame and that will leave a gap (about 1/2 inch) on 2 sides of the frame. I put black electrical tape behind the mapin those cases so you don't notice the gap. Its pretty hard to get perfect.


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Roleplaying Game Subscriber
Rivermurk the Vengeful wrote:

Yep - 23x34, might have even been 22 & 3/8 x 34. I bought them in target for $9.99 each. Its kinda painful to center the maps to minimize the amount of overlap/duplication. You'll know what I mean when you try it, but you will end up shifting each map into a corner of the frame and that will leave a gap (about 1/2 inch) on 2 sides of the frame. I put black electrical tape behind the mapin those cases so you don't notice the gap. Its pretty hard to get perfect.

Thanks for the tip!

Andoran

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Maps Subscriber

At Target for $10 each.

Which probably means at Target here in Alaska it would be $15 or $20.

Still not bad.

Sean


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Thanks a bunch for the updated PDF!!
The full hard coded labeled version is perfect for my CC3 Golarion map and also for VTT use. :)

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

Leonal wrote:
The pdf shows four pages of the map with labels, but when extracted (with SomePDF or other program) there will be four identical unlabeled full size maps 6696x10080 pixels, including the top and bottom border. (i.e. you don't have to put the quadrants together.)

That was a mistake, and was unnecessarily bloating the file size. We've updated the "quadrants" version so that each file only includes the visible area, reducing the size of each file significantly, and we've added a new single-file version as an alternate download so that you don't need to do any assembly to have a full-size map with tags, and so you can still extract a full-size map without tags if you want.


Thanks! I could have used that updated version a couple of days ago. I spent the last 2 days coloring each text label according to its type (water, mountain, town, deserts, etc). I was able to get each map quadrant with it's labels through Acrobat.

Hopefully my Photoshop layers can easily be moved to the new version. I'll know in a day or 3. :)


Something is odd here. Comparing the original file to the new files in adobe reader at 800% zoom reveals the text in the original as much clearer in the original download. The text in the two new downloads isn't nearly as clear. Any ideas?

I don't have my other tools here (Photoshop, Acrobat) to try deeper forensics.

Grand Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Campaign Setting, Companion, Modules, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

The old version and the new version both crash GoodReader on the iPad. Not really a problem for me, but more of a "huh, look at that." Just FYI for the folks out there that want to use this on an iPad at the game table.

-Skeld

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

Thraug wrote:

Something is odd here. Comparing the original file to the new files in adobe reader at 800% zoom reveals the text in the original as much clearer in the original download. The text in the two new downloads isn't nearly as clear. Any ideas?

I don't have my other tools here (Photoshop, Acrobat) to try deeper forensics.

Looks like the art department mistakenly rendered the tags as part of the image in the new version (as opposed to keeping them as separate, selectable text objects). Thanks for pointing this out—we'll get it fixed.


Vic Wertz wrote:
Thraug wrote:

Something is odd here. Comparing the original file to the new files in adobe reader at 800% zoom reveals the text in the original as much clearer in the original download. The text in the two new downloads isn't nearly as clear. Any ideas?

I don't have my other tools here (Photoshop, Acrobat) to try deeper forensics.

Looks like the art department mistakenly rendered the tags as part of the image in the new version (as opposed to keeping them as separate, selectable text objects). Thanks for pointing this out—we'll get it fixed.

Glad I looked at this thread first, I came to the board to DL the new update, so I will wait for the next notification now.


Vic/James, any update on whether or not we'll see a new update, and maybe when? Thanks.

Cheliax

Pathfinder Campaign Setting, Modules Subscriber

OK, I need help locating Virlych on the map. Going to continue looking, but if someone could help speed it up, I'd appreciate it.

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

Thraug wrote:
Vic/James, any update on whether or not we'll see a new update, and maybe when? Thanks.

It will be updated, but since it takes several hours to render each new PDF from these huge files, and they have to do five of them, it's not something the art department can do on a whim.


Vic Wertz wrote:
Thraug wrote:
Vic/James, any update on whether or not we'll see a new update, and maybe when? Thanks.
It will be updated, but since it takes several hours to render each new PDF from these huge files, and they have to do five of them, it's not something the art department can do on a whim.

Excellent!! Let us know when it's done. I'll put my project on hold until then. :)

RPG Superstar 2008 Top 32

The PDF has been updated. The label on the map are once again text instead of an image.

Contributor

Ross Byers wrote:
The PDF has been updated. The label on the map are once again text instead of an image.

Nice. This means that the map is now searchable with Acrobat's finder.

I'm also pleased to see Dabril added to the maps in both the poster map folio and the Inner Sea World Guide and intrigued by its nearest Galtan neighbor, Riverton, to the north, which made it into the poster map but not into the guide.

Any hints as to where we'll see Riverton appear?

Paizo Employee Developer

Kevin Andrew Murphy wrote:
Any hints as to where we'll see Riverton appear?

There's not a ton on it, but what you can find is in Guide to the River Kingdoms p. 41. See the PathfinderWiki article on it here.

Contributor

Mark Moreland wrote:
Kevin Andrew Murphy wrote:
Any hints as to where we'll see Riverton appear?
There's not a ton on it, but what you can find is in Guide to the River Kingdoms p. 41. See the PathfinderWiki article on it here.

Ah, my bad for looking at the map and assuming Galt's borders went up to the lake. Having Riverton be in the River Kingdom's makes more sense.

Given that they're only thirty miles or so apart (if I'm reading the map key right) there must be some interesting smuggling going on between the two.

Lantern Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Modules, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Just finished mounting this on my wall, opposite my giant World of Greyhawk map [ahh, Dragon magazine in print form, you were the BEST], and I gotta say that I'm absolutely stoked to start using it in all my future campaigns. Now all we need is a poster map of Golarion's solar system for the ceiling [or maybe I need to bust out the foam balls and poster paint and just go with an old-school diorama . . .]!

Much love to the crew that put this project together!

Andoran

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Maps Subscriber
Stockvillain wrote:

Just finished mounting this on my wall, opposite my giant World of Greyhawk map [ahh, Dragon magazine in print form, you were the BEST], and I gotta say that I'm absolutely stoked to start using it in all my future campaigns. Now all we need is a poster map of Golarion's solar system for the ceiling [or maybe I need to bust out the foam balls and poster paint and just go with an old-school diorama . . .]!

Much love to the crew that put this project together!

Yes the solar system map would be nice. Plus I would like to see a poster of Glorian as a whole. As known currently like in the new book.


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Roleplaying Game Subscriber
Joseph Wilson wrote:
Rivermurk the Vengeful wrote:

Yep - 23x34, might have even been 22 & 3/8 x 34. I bought them in target for $9.99 each. Its kinda painful to center the maps to minimize the amount of overlap/duplication. You'll know what I mean when you try it, but you will end up shifting each map into a corner of the frame and that will leave a gap (about 1/2 inch) on 2 sides of the frame. I put black electrical tape behind the mapin those cases so you don't notice the gap. Its pretty hard to get perfect.

Thanks for the tip!

So far so good. Framed maps look great, and the black electrical tape was an inspired idea! I intend to hang these bad boys tomorrow. Any tips regarding how you got them hung all nice and flush?

Cheliax

All credit to Xarls Taunzund for this one... he works at a print company and created this fantastic vinyl map for us using his PDF copy of The Big Map:

Here it is from the front...

...and from another angle, standing near the shelf o' gaming goodness...

...and a third angle, this time with the shelves visible. (Yes, we rawk the fugly carpet remnant in our gaming room.)

To give you an idea of the size, here's Xarls standing on a chair next to it.

Top-to-bottom measure.

Width, wide shot and zoomed.

Andrew Betts and his wife have one, too, though no place to hang it yet.

Stop drooling.

Thanks, Paizo, for your fantastic world and always-incredible cartography!

Grand Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber
Golbez57 wrote:

All credit to Xarls Taunzund for this one... he works at a print company and created this fantastic vinyl map for us using his PDF copy of The Big Map:

Here it is from the front...

...and from another angle, standing near the shelf o' gaming goodness...

...and a third angle, this time with the shelves visible. (Yes, we rawk the fugly carpet remnant in our gaming room.)

To give you an idea of the size, here's Xarls standing on a chair next to it.

Top-to-bottom measure.

Width, wide shot and zoomed.

Andrew Betts and his wife have one, too, though no place to hang it yet.

Stop drooling.

Thanks, Paizo, for your fantastic world and always-incredible cartography!

I was in on that map too. I have all the instructions for the company if anyone wants to get it printed. It costs about $50 (plus the cost of your PDF). You can give me an e-mail at andrew AT andrewd2 DOT com. Paizo if this is a problem, please remove this message.

Cheliax

Ah, yeah, neglected to note that the PDF image was formatted by Andrew, too.


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...my 3yr old daughter keeps asking me where our house is on the map.

Laughing out loud about that one got me some strange looks from my office mate (ok, I did loose some coffee in the event, but hey...).

Awesome work, Rivermurk, unfortunately I have to side with the people looking for an additional wall in my room. *sad face*

Ruyan.


How often might the PDF of this be updated to include any new locations? Or is work on this product complete for the next few years? Thanks!

Paizo Employee Creative Director

We have no plans to update this PDF with new locations—we invent new locations every month, after all, and keeping this immense map up to date with those locations would be a significant monthly drain on our work resources, unfortunately.


Bummer, but very understandable. I'll look forward to the anniversary edition, then!

Thanks for the heads up!


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Pawns Subscriber

I have a question about the PDF - our group was thinking about trying to get this put onto a woven blanket (for the textured look) to hang on the wall where we play.

My question is - is there a written statement or blurb I can use to show my printer that I would have rights to reproduce this on a non-commercial basis?

I've had issues with getting photo's printed if they look too good because they don't want to break copyright - and I'm just trying to make sure I don't run into issues.


Paizo Superscriber; Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber; Pathfinder Deluxe Comics Subscriber

All printers have their own standards, I guess, but I've had success by pointing them to Paizo's FAQ. Specifically:

Can I print my PDF, or have it professionally printed?
You may print one copy of any Paizo PDF for personal use. Note that this only applies to products that list Paizo Publishing as the copyright holder—other publishers may have different policies; you'll need to contact them directly.


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Pawns Subscriber
Steve Geddes wrote:

All printers have their own standards, I guess, but I've had success by pointing them to Paizo's FAQ. Specifically:

Can I print my PDF, or have it professionally printed?
You may print one copy of any Paizo PDF for personal use. Note that this only applies to products that list Paizo Publishing as the copyright holder—other publishers may have different policies; you'll need to contact them directly.

Ahhh see I didn't know that was there - it should cover it :)

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