Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Wrath of the Righteous Poster Map Folio

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Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Wrath of the Righteous Poster Map Folio

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Explore the corrupt terrain of the Worldwound, one of the most terrifying lands in the Pathfinder campaign setting, with the Wrath of the Righteous Poster Map Folio. Study the alien home of the demons, make a stand inside a doomed city, or plot your crusade on three massive poster maps designed for use with the Wrath of the Righteous Adventure Path.

Huge, lavishly illustrated poster maps depict the crusader city of Kenabres (the setting for the first Wrath of the Righteous adventure) and the Abyss-touched territory of the Worldwound. The third map is a giant player-oriented illustration of the Abyss itself, presented as an ink-and-parchment drawing of this otherworldly realm of ultimate evil and its hideous denizens! Whether you’re looking for an embattled but defiant city or a mysterious extraplanar realm, these beautiful maps are the perfect resource for the Wrath of the Righteous Adventure Path or any fantasy campaign.

ISBN-13: 978-1-60125-596-9

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Nice but not best as a download PDF

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The 2 maps are quite nice but the abyss poster is rather cliche.
As a PDF download this is a waste of money. Get the paper version.


Gorgeous map of the Abyss

*****

As with most map folios for the adventure paths, the Wrath of the Righteous Poster Map Folio comes with three large, full-colour maps. One is a map of the Worldwound, the area where most of the action of Wrath of the Righteous takes place. The second map is of Kenabres, the city where the adventure path begins in The Worldwound Incursion. Both of these maps are high-quality and beautiful to look at, while also being highly useful for playing the adventure path. Admittedly, the map of Kenabres is really only useful for the first adventure, but the map of the Worldwound will be useful right up to the final instalment.

However, the stand-out map of this set is the third one: a map of the Abyss (which the PCs travel to in the fourth and fifth instalments of Wrath of the Righteous). Mapping out the Abyss is a daunting task—no, more an impossible task really, considering the Abyss is essentially an infinite plane made up of countless other planes. What this map does instead is provide an artistic rendition of the various Abyssal realms and “where” (metaphorically speaking) they are in relation to each other. Admittedly, the map doesn’t have a lot of utility in actual game-play. However, I don’t really care. The map is utterly beautiful to behold and can easily serve as an in-game representation of the Abyss—something the players’ characters might actually see. Ultimately, this map provides a visual element to enhance game-play. It gives both players and GMs just a little hint on what their characters are seeing, allowing the imagination to fill in the rest. It also makes a great poster to hang on the wall.

Of Dice and Pen


Webstore Gninja Minion

Announced! Cover image is a mockup.


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This sounds fantastic.

Silver Crusade

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Gah! Not until January? Why oh why don't these come out WITH the AP's?

That minor complaint asside I am loving the WotR adventures so far. I just started book 1 for a group last week and can't wait until our next session. Unfortunately by the time this comes out my players will have left Kenabres behind... but the map of the Worldwound will be nice. As for the map of the Abyss, looking forward to that!


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion Subscriber

We are getting an In World Map of the Abyss?!?! Amazing....have been loving the In World Maps from Shattered Star onwards....I expect the Cartographer for this one will go all out!!!!

Slight Spoiler:
Will Kenabres be represented as pre-AP or after the attack in 'The Worldwound Incursion'?


Huh, we'll be halfway through by then.

Webstore Gninja Minion

Product image and description updated.

Paizo Employee Developer

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The map of the Abyss is gonna blow y'all's minds. Ben Wooten did an amazing job!

Grand Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

I don't think I've been excited about the poster maps before, I enjoy using them, but hearing that their is a Player's map similar in style to the Varisian one has me stoked!

Grand Lodge

Hey, I am just wondering why the map folios and pawns, and often the item/face cards for a adventure path always are released after all the AP's? Surely GM's could use those maps right from the first AP!? Not six months later.

Liberty's Edge

Art isn't done all at once. It's constantly coming in as they work, they'd have to be pretty far ahead of schedule in order to do it.


i have never bought one of the map sets..are there more then one map or is it just one large map..

Paizo Employee Developer

watchmanx wrote:
i have never bought one of the map sets..are there more then one map or is it just one large map..

They contain three poster maps. This one has a map of Kenabres, one of the Worldwound, and one of the Abyss.


thank you Mr daigle

Grand Lodge

Why Kenabres though?

stuff in AP:
The city is in ruins at the end of the first module, and is never returned to. It seems to have low utility in general. A map of Drezen would have been really neat, as it would have added to the feel of planning out the attack on the city, as well as a reference point when it's being rebuilt.

All that said, a map of the Worldwound should be really cool, and the map of the Abyss sounds amazing!


I sure wish you'd done Drezen...maybe even instead of Kenebres.


As a player who's about to wrap up The Worldwound Incursion (I think), I can only comment on the usefulness of Kenabres...

Potential Wrath of the Righteous spoilers:
...and the map's been very useful to us so far as our characters moved through the city and later planned our assault on the garrison.

For our group, the map of Kenabres came in very handy. Of course, I say this not knowing what happens with and in Drezen. :)


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I was a bit disappointed in the map of the Worldwound, personally. After the Wonderful Maps of Varisia & Irrisen in the previous two Map sets, I was hoping for something similar/matching. I'm not saying this was a bad map by any stretch, I'm just saying I was hoping this map would 'match' the other two & it didn't...


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Irnk, Dead-Eye's Prodigal wrote:
I was a bit disappointed in the map of the Worldwound, personally. After the Wonderful Maps of Varisia & Irrisen in the previous two Map sets, I was hoping for something similar/matching. I'm not saying this was a bad map by any stretch, I'm just saying I was hoping this map would 'match' the other two & it didn't...

I haven't received mine yet, so it my be premature but I agree that this would have been better.

Personally, I'd prefer all of the map folio maps to be "in world". I think they make great handouts - as a "usual" keyed RPGS map, I find the poster size unwieldy.


Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

I bought this mainly for the abstract map of the Abyss. While it looks alright I wonder if there is a key out there that tells what each area of it is? Most of the realms I think I can make out, but some of them are hard to distinguish between, like the cities.

I'm also curious are all the little dark things at the bottom supposed to be qlippoth as they are supposed to be shoved to the deepest and most remote parts of the Abyss?


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion Subscriber

I have to say that I am liking my map of the Abyss...but would have loved some kind of a key as well...I get that a lot of it's utility is abstract and allows the GM to place his horrid little corner of the abyss on to the map...but some of the obvious landmarks would be improved if they had been labelled...somehow this map isn't quite the 'success' that the Varisia, Irrisen and Osirion maps are (at least to me)...


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Oh hey,looks like Sen's Fortress is in the Abyss. That makes a lot of sense.


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

These maps feel close to useless to me:

The "map" of the abyss is pretty much an abstract from what I can tell. I'm not sure how it could be done better, as the abyss is pretty abstract. I just feel a more logical location should have been displayed here.

Kenabres- I can see why Kenabres was given a map, but why give a version of it from before the AP begins? A map from after the destruction would have much more useful.


What size are the maps?

Webstore Gninja Minion

The maps in our Poster Map Folios are 22 by 34 inches.

Dark Archive

http://paizo.com/paizo/blog/v5748dyo5lfql?Mapping-the-Abyss

Could somebody help me naming the 44 areas of the Abyss?

http://paizo.com/image/content/PathfinderCampaignSetting/PZO9266_AbyssSketc h.jpg

25 is "The Midnight Isles" ;-)

Paizo Employee Developer

I don't have my key with me at the moment, but if memory serves, 21 is Kurnugia and 6 is Basalfeyst.

Dark Archive

Adam Daigle wrote:
I don't have my key with me at the moment, but if memory serves, 21 is Kurnugia and 6 is Basalfeyst.

Thank you Adam. :-)

Is there a possibility to post a key here or does one exist somewhere already?

Paizo Employee Developer

The details on the Abyssal Realms in Book of the Damned II and the Abyss article in Pathfinder #76 give all the clues to sorting out the poster map.

I might be inclined to reveal my key, but that's not as satisfying a search, is it?

;)


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Roleplaying Game, Starfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
Rylar wrote:
Kenabres- I can see why Kenabres was given a map, but why give a version of it from before the AP begins? A map from after the destruction would have much more useful.

Actually, a map of Kenbres prior to the devastation is much more useful, broadly, than one after. A pre-devastation map has utility for everyone who isn't playing WotR but is using Mendev & the Worldwound.

Dark Archive

Adam Daigle wrote:

The details on the Abyssal Realms in Book of the Damned II and the Abyss article in Pathfinder #76 give all the clues to sorting out the poster map.

I might be inclined to reveal my key, but that's not as satisfying a search, is it?

;)

You´re right Adam. I´ll take a look into these books and post my findings. ;-)

Thank you for the tip.

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