My mapping of the World of Greyhawk started with small maps made to fit on a piece of paper. The Flanaess was divided up into 91 parts, looking like this.

The 2019 version of the Atlas has a page size of 11x17 inches and uses the updated map style.

The larger format makes it possible to cover the Flanaess using 71 pages.

The Atlas comes in JPG and PDF format ready to print in 11x17 inch format, and front and rear cover is also included.
You can download it here: http://bit.ly/GH-FlanaessAtlas-598CY-2019

4 comments on “Atlas of the Flanaess 598 CY”

  1. Anna,

    I'm and old school 1st Ed AD&D gamer from back in the day, that is ramping up a 1st Ed AD&D campaign with slightly modified rules in the world of Greyhawk, starting out in a little town south of Verbobone! 😉 Many thanks for this amazing labor of love that you have made available here for us to use at no cost... I'm blown away! Many thanks!!

    Ken

  2. I have been enjoying the on-line Flanaess map for some time now. On the Chrome based laptop that I use for the internet (14 inch diagonal, 1366 x 768 pixel display), at full zoom based the 0-50-100 mile scale bar it works out to 1 inch = approx. 21-1/2 miles. Nice, but my geologist background craves better precision. Does your software allow more fine grained measurements in system? For example, I estimate that the distance from Highfolk town to Flameflower is about 200 miles as the giant eagle flies and about 350 miles by way of the twisting road and pathway on your excellent map. This would probably be fine to a Greyhawk milieu character on foot, but modern me still craves precision. If not too much trouble, more exacting in system measurements would be greatly appreciated. I have been dabbling in creating a beginning campaign set in and around the Vesve Forest.

    1. I hear you Stephen, and I crave it too!
      The current Flanaess map is made using twenty year old technology and meant that I had to cut a lot of corners, so no more precision to squeeze out of the current map I'm afraid. More detail is why I have started mapping the Flanaess all over again in much more detail. 100 ft per pixel is what I'm aiming for this time! First out is the Lendore Isles this fall and then Ratik next year.

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