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Does anyone know which map folio (or whatever) contains the largest poster map of Varisia? I want to blanket a wall of my house with this thing in such a way as to have my wife wonder why she married me and yet be a reminder to all who come into my house that I'm a geek. :-)


I can't help you find this map, but fully endorse your reason for wanting it.

Andoran

I too wish to join this quixotic quest, as I do not know where to find such a masterpiece. You have my sword.

Osirion

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You may have to wayt a little more for the Shattered Star map folio. If you do not want a 'player handout style' map, both the Rise of the Runelords and the Curse of the Crimson Throne Map folios contain four panel maps of Varisia, the largest ones out yet, alas.


I did this for the 3.5 Forgotten Realms map. I had to get a special permission letter(Kinko's would not reproduce the map without the letter,)from WoTC which actually didn't take very long to get. Once I got the letter I have a laminated 5'X7' wall map. I still have it hanging in my office and my wife still wonders why she married me at times.
I used the little map from the 3.5 Forgotten Realms hardcover and it held a pretty good image once it was blown up to 5X7, so that being said the center map from the Varisia booklet is a pretty neat looking candidate. The colors are more of a green tone that won't look too much like a sesame street wall hanging once you enlarge it.

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To the FLGS I go on this great quest to buy a four poster map! I was definitely looking for the giant one. This will also help in my current campaign which is an attempt at converting the Dungeons & Dragons cartoon into a campaign. Thanks for the speedy reply.

Osirion

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Sorry to dissappoint, but all there is, is a four panel map, not a four poster map. But there is a four poster map of Golarion.


I went to my FLGS (the Guard Tower here in Columbus) and they had the Inner Sea Map Folio. It's about 5'x3.5' pretty much what I was looking for. I guess it has more than just Varisia but all of Golarion (is that what you meant Feytharn?).

I had Kinkos laminate all four pieces of my Forgotten Realms poster like you have Punchinpaper, but they said nothing about special permission. When I go in tomorrow to get this Golarion map laminated, I hope I don't get any guff. ;)

Thank goodness my wife games with me or else I might really be in trouble with the Forgotten Realms map on wall and the Golarion on another.:P


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The Player's Companion Varisia, Birthplace of Legends has quite a nice (and large) map of Varisia half way through. The only problem is that it's split across two pages in the PDF.

However, with a little time, you can extract the images, stitch them together, and have your local print shop make you a copy. I did this for my own RotRL campaign, and it came out about 20 inches across with no particular reduction in quality.

Obviously you'll need to buy the PDF first, of course. Paizo is waaay too good at getting my money.

Andoran

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The Curse of The Crimson Throne Map Folio has a large Varisia map, it's not as high quality as the more recent stuff though. I can take a picture of it when I get home, to help you decide.

Edit- I think it is this one

Osirion

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Michael Boozer wrote:

I went to my FLGS (the Guard Tower here in Columbus) and they had the Inner Sea Map Folio. It's about 5'x3.5' pretty much what I was looking for. I guess it has more than just Varisia but all of Golarion (is that what you meant Feytharn?).

I had Kinkos laminate all four pieces of my Forgotten Realms poster like you have Punchinpaper, but they said nothing about special permission. When I go in tomorrow to get this Golarion map laminated, I hope I don't get any guff. ;)

Thank goodness my wife games with me or else I might really be in trouble with the Forgotten Realms map on wall and the Golarion on another.:P

Yup, that is the map I meant.

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