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    Hi,



    Does anyone have any electornially stored maps (of any scale or format) of non-Cerilain parts of Aebrynis? It could be parts of Aduria, Thaele or even sections of the world never shown or mentioned in any BR product. If so, I would be very interested in seeing them.



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    I would like to see those, too. Perhaps one or more of them will be in the d20 atlas of cerilia...
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    A map of Aduria can be found at.... http://users.chariot.net.au/~hoss/ADURIA.JPG

    This is a map done by Rich Baker and sent to the Atlas team a year of so back. There was once a site dedicated to creating an Oriental BR continent that created a couple of maps. I'm not sure if they are still online, but I could probably dig up my copies if anyone is interested.
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    Sorry to break format of this topic -

    Prince Raesene: Are the yellow areas with - in them supposed to be desert, or dry plains? And what are the yellow areas with " in them?

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    The yellow regions surrounded by borders with lines are deserts (quite a few of them, especially in the north), while the yellow areas mixed in with green and dashes to represent arid grassland. The desert could be of varying types though, not all are sandy wastelands.
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