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    CF Admin

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    Mon Sep 06, 2010 10:46 am  
    Abharclamh in the Lortmils

    Hey, all.

    Oerth Journal 2 mentions a Lortmil Mountains peak called Abharclamh. It says, on page 14 that Abharclamh is at hex A599. Does anyone know which map this article references relative to "hex A599"?

    I could not make sense of it looking at the Darlene map. Is there another map, or I am I misreading the Darlene map?

    Thanks and happy gaming.
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    Mon Sep 06, 2010 2:36 pm  

    That's most likely in reference to the Paizo maps.
    GreySage

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    Mon Sep 06, 2010 3:56 pm  

    Oerth Journal #2 was made in 1995. The Paizo maps were published in 2005. OJ #2 was not referencing the Paizo maps.

    Abharclamh appears on Anna's map, however.
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    Tue Sep 07, 2010 3:38 pm  

    The reference is to the Darline map. Across the top were letter repeating through p6, the hex A5-99 would be the A5 line of hexes running from top to bottom while the '99' would be along the sides and bottom of the map, a diagonal line from 99 to 99 (left side to bottom right) would indicate the Hex on the map. Without getting out the straight edge and measuring it looks like to be a hex just to the left and perhaps four below the 'L' in Lortmil.

    But as Rasgon said Anna's Map has said mountain indicated.
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    Tue Sep 07, 2010 6:56 pm  

    rasgon wrote:
    Oerth Journal #2 was made in 1995. The Paizo maps were published in 2005. OJ #2 was not referencing the Paizo maps.


    Details, details. Cool
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