This sounds like a good collection of maps with great reuse ability, so here's hoping!
The ruined temple in the Worldwound and the remote wizard's tower are the two I'm most interested in!
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Well, just because the Worldwound closed doesn't mean that all the demons got sucked in like a vacuum. They're still there until we go kill them!
Your absolutely right, Lammars.What i was thinking is, would it still be called "the Worldwound", if the gate to the Abyss would be closed, leaving thousands of demons there stranded or would the name change back to Sarkoris?
Probably the former, as it's more iconic and there are not many sarkorians left to re-populate the country.
What i'm getting at is, i'm interested in how the Inner Sea setting has changed from the "Inner Sea World Guide" time (4711) to the time of Pathfinder 2.0. :-)
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I think I read somewhere that there would be a PDF but I wanted to double check.
Double double checked, and yep :3
I had the opportunity to take a look at these flip-mats today and have to say that they are absolutely gorgeous!
Not only are the colors much more vibrant than the sample art shows, but all four maps are super-useful for a lot of purposes/scenarios (beyond the playtest).
I am very much looking forward to get these next week and can only recommend this Multi-pack to everyone.
Whoever designed these maps did a really great job, they are all very distinctly different looking from each other and cover many different needed fields of play!
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