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      After finishing the Myzantine Empire map for a miniatures campaign the other day, I decided to carry on with the mapping effort.  I elected to try a section of my original  D&D campaign map, around the town of Stoneharrow, which is the usual adventurer base.  This can serve as a player handout when I get my revival game going, as “what the players know about the immediate area”, since most of it covers territory in various baronies.  There’s a little piece of unclaimed wilderness in the lower left corner, so a bit of adventure (outside the dungeon) could be had.

      Here’s the cropped piece of the original hex map as drawn in 1977 or thereabouts.

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      By that time I was tired, so I decided to do the final step, wetting and brushing the pencil work, this morning:

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