HD wallpapers and background images $12.99 . Now I suspect that this map was whipped together nearly a decade after Jordan dreamed up the Seanchan’s grand Return, and, to be honest, I actually question how accurate RJ would have considered this map to be. Hey, if it was good enough for explorers hundreds and thousands of years ago, then it’s good enough for us today. Well, the decisions on what to include and what not to were made by the customer. However, your map doesn't show a shared border, and rather has a "dead" region of land (the one includding Stedding Mingtai) separating the two states. What kind of system is it going to be? But now it’s time to reverse course and talk about some maps very near and dear to my heart. I tend to go a little overboard. Thanks for following along on this journey. So this map will be perfect. Then there’s the mighty Aryth Ocean itself. Thanks so much for your great work on this map. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. Hey! It's about bloody time I leave a comment here thanking you for putting this together. any error in this map, please let me know and I will fix it. Wheel of Time Books ; Stedding map Sign in to follow this . Most recently, the exciting new WoT fan site, the Thirteenth Depository, has been publishing some stunning original maps such as this one of the city of Caemlyn: What’s fascinating about this map is that it takes us beyond the street locations and highways, and tells a story. What do you think? Very cool - although my interpretation of the battle of Malkier is that the forces of light were losing and pushed back the dark at the Stair of Jehaan. The map compass, as well as the horn and sword in the title, were hand sculpted by Christopher Busch, with added buckskin parts (leaves, banner, etc) by me.The map is officially licensed by the Bandersnatch Group and prints are available through Ta'Veren Tees (printed and shipped by me). The Westlands / “Randland” Followers 0. Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window), Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window), Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window), Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window), © 2020 Macmillan | All stories, art, and posts are the copyright of their respective authors, Beyond the Aryth Ocean: BONUS Part 4: A review of selected Wheel of Time maps, Understanding and Writing Horses: Training and Instinct, Read an Excerpt From Maria Dahvana Headley’s Translation of, Mando’s Got Moves in This Endearing Mashup, Enter to Win a Brandon Sanderson / DnD Prize Pack, The Difference Is Entirely One of Setting: Iain Banks’, Something in the Water, Something in the Air: Kaaron Warren’s “The Diesel Pool”, Never Say You Can’t Survive: Find Your Voice and Make It LOUD. In 1998, Tor published The World of Robert Jordan’s the Wheel of Time, which is a really long name for what most fans simply refer to as the Big White Book (amongst other names). I couldn't tell you why the Seanchan were not included, other than perhaps space constraints. Still the books are amazing and as they are books i can imagine it how i like which is great :). I used to know a web site that had a map with all the stedding marked. It has helped me wrap my head around the movements of the various characters in a way I have never before been able to. d20? Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 License. A community for the Wheel of Time fantasy series by Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson. It looks amazing! The base picture is the map provided in the books, which I enriched by marking down all of the places and elements mentioned in the saga, trying not to miss anything. ^^' I made it for personal use and didn't design it to be "beautiful", just a tool for my campaign. The nations' borders especially are tricky, since the books don't give much there, but I may have spotted a small mistake. Starting from that, I deleted all of the names and re-typed them in, along with all of the other places I could locate by reading the books (the original map only mentioned the capitals and a few major cities).