Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Mummy's Mask Map Folio

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Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Mummy's Mask Map Folio

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Charting the Desert

Explore the vast deserts of Osrion, a land of rich history and adventure in the Pathfinder campaign setting, with the Mummy’s Mask Poster Map Folio. Pore over masterful cartography and plan countless adventures with these three massive poster maps designed for use with the Mummy’s Mask Adventure Path.

Huge, lavishly illustrated poster maps depict two of the sister cities of the Sphinx Basin: Wati, the Half-City (the setting for the first Mummy’s Mask adventure) and Tephu, the city of the reed people. The third map is a giant player-oriented illustration of Osirion, presented as an ink-and-parchment drawing of the nation, complete with sketches of some of the denizens and dangers found among the dunes! Whether you’re looking for a dusty riverside city or a mysterious regional map to inspire adventure, these beautiful maps are the perfect resource for the Mummy’s Mask Adventure Path or any fantasy campaign.

ISBN-13: 978-1-60125-599-0

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Unlabled map of Osirion!!!

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The maps of Tephu and Wati are good, but the giant map of Osirion is completely unlabled like paizo did with the giant Shackles map in the Shackle and Skull poster map folio.

They corrected that "mistake" (i think they deliberately did it to make it a generic egyptian map suitable for other rpgs)in the "Plunder and Peril" Module.

The map is still gorgeous, but you have to buy "People of the Sands" to get a smaller labled version.

I have the same problem with the map of the Abyss in the "Wrath of the Righteous" map folio but that one is more cool and still usable.

Good for flavour, but not necessary.

Gorgeous Maps, but one oddity

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The Mummy's Mask Poster Map Folio comes with three full-colour poster maps suitable for use with the Mummy's Mask Adventure Path. However, like other adventure path map folios from the past few years, all the maps are easily usable in any campaign set in Osirion. There are maps of the cities of Wati and Tephu, and one of the country of Osirion. The map of Osirion is designed as a player map in the style of something characters might actually acquire in the game world. However, the two city maps are also safe as player maps as well.

All three maps are beautiful, but accolades really must go to the map of Osirion. I really love these player-oriented, in-world maps. They truly are wonderful to behold, and this one is no different. However, there is a difference with this one and some of the others that have appeared before: This one has no labels, not even of cities. The odd part is, this is exactly the same map from the centre of People of the Sands, except larger and that map had not only the names of cities, but also rivers and mountains, as well as roads and common travel routes complete with the distances from one location to the other. This map completely lacks all labels, except for the name “Osirion” in the top right corner. This severely limits its usefulness during game play. While cities are marked (and are wonderfully illustrated to look like the actual cities rather than just having one common symbol for every city), players will still have to go to other sources to find out which city is which. This is rather surprising, considering that similar maps in other map folios (such as the maps of Varisia in the Shattered Star Poster Map Folio or Irrisen in the Reign of Winter Poster Map Folio) have had labels on them. I'm not sure what the motivation for removing the labels on this map might have been (or indeed if this is due to an error or oversight), but it does mar what is otherwise a gorgeous product. I hope the lack of labels will not be a trend in future map folios.

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