Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Jade Regent Poster Map Folio

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Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Jade Regent Poster Map Folio

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Journey from the familiar to the foreign and help place a friend on the throne of an empire in the Jade Regent Adventure Path. Along the way, you’ll cross treacherous ice fields inhabited by arctic terrors, match wits and blades with the evil oni, and rally powerful factions to your banner in order to return a nation to its rightful ruler.

Within this map folio, you’ll find three huge 8-panel maps: one of the frozen reaches of the Crown of the World, one of Minkai’s capital city of Kasai, and one of the entire continent of Tian Xia, home of the Dragon Empires and site of the final chapters in the Jade Regent Adventure Path.

Even if you aren’t running the Jade Regent Adventure Path, the maps inside can serve as the surroundings for all sorts of arctic adventures or urban mysteries, or an entire campaign setting for you to detail on your own! The spirit of exploration calls you—are you brave enough to answer?

Cartography by Rob Lazzaretti.

ISBN-13: 978-1-60125-399-6

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The Very Definition of What a Map Folio Should Be!


I love this Map Folio! I bought it on clearance just to have some more maps to hang up in my 'nerd cave' of a basement, and this one was the cream of the crop! So many of the other Map Folios have the worthless (others love them, I understand) parchment-style maps, but what I want are the Rand McNally-style/National Geographic maps!

Almost every AP is set in a different nation on Golarion. Wouldn't it have been awesome if we would have been slowly building up a giant atlas of all of the different lands by now instead of what we actually got in so many of these?

It's not too late, Paizo! Release more awesome maps like these to fill out the world so that we can all have a good squee at our basements of nerddom.

This made me buy the rest of the Map Folios


I was very impressed with this map folio, so impressed that after picking this up in a store, I went here and bought many of the other map folios as well.

It contains three large and well-printed poster maps, one of the Crown of the World, the polar region of Golarion, one of Kasai the capital of Minkai, and one of the entire continent of Tian Xia. The city map is unlabeled, the other are labeled.

The most important map to me is the one of Xian Tia, and that makes the entire folio a little mislabeled in my opinion - the most useful of the map has little to do with the Jade Regent adventure path, and is rather a poster map of the entire continent of Tian Xia. It goes more with the Dragon Empires Gazetteer and Dragon Empires Primer than with the adventure path. If you are interested in the dragon empires, this map is a must-have, as good at the poster maps of the inner sea region.

The two other maps are more relevant to the adventure path, but also of less general interest. A polar map is more of an oddity and mostly empty, and a city map is very nice if you are in this somewhat off-center city. The city does have a very nice oriental feel to it, Kasai has an oriental feel unlike the cities of the inner sea region and is very well made. I like that it is not labeled - information on city locations are in the last book of the adventure path where you also find a labeled DM map.

I can't escape the feeling that this is two half-products - a map folio for the adventure path, and a continental map of the Dragon Empires. The adventure path would have been better served by a more detailed map of the Hongal, Forest of Spirits, and Minkai area. And the continental map could have been larger, printed on two posters, and been its own independent product. As it is, the continental map has another scale than the maps of the inner sea region, which can be misleading.

Still, this is a lovely map folio, and I give it five stars for its beauty and for the fact that you really want this if you play in any part of the Dragon Empires.