Humble Bundle

Hi,

 

Most in the Humble Bundle are things I already have. But the 30% coupon looks interesting for buying 'The Blight' book and sending it to Europe. 

Most promotions lately exclude 'The Blight', but on the Humble Bundle it doesn't say anything about it. Is 'The Blight' included here?

 

Regards,

Matthias

Zach

 

 

The blight is included in the humble bundle coupon.

 

de.wit.matthias's picture

Awesome! Thanks!

silverhair2048's picture

The Humble Bundle deal is back. Here is the link:

https://www.humblebundle.com/books/5e-dungeons-hordes-horrors?hmb_source...

It's valid for the next 13 days. You'll receive the PDF's immediately from HB. If you want the PDF's added to your FGG account give us about two weeks to get the new site up and working then send a request to mike@froggodgames.com.

Thanks for your support.

The Noble Herald Frog

Oh, god the full campaign map is on there. Bought.

Same richard,anthony! I was convinced by a frog on facebook to buy it (Hey, its only a dollar). I cant beleive how awesome this map is, I ve been zooming in and out for an hour. So much room for expansion too!

The map is fantastic, but I'm bummed there's no scale on it :-(  How can you have a world map with no scale? - And no, ponting to figuring it out myself by compiling the other, non-free maps, is not an answer ;-)

I think that was probably done on purpose. That way you as the DM arent stuck the massive scale already set by the other maps (1 hex = 50 miles). You can use this map but scale it down to reduce distance between places ect in your own version of the Lost Lands. 

I'm sorry but I don't think that makes sense. The Lost Lands are The Lost Lands, all FGG material will be based on the official scale, both already released and upcoming (the campaign setting fx). Why would they remove the scale to accomodate the two people that might want to use the world map for an official setting, just with their own scale?

The map appears to be incomplete and a work-in-progress right now. There are ?'s and mispellings. We've long asked for at least a coastal outline for campaign planning and this is 1000% better than anything I expected before the release of the setting. I'm stoked to see the Kingdom of Foere mapped out. Thank you!!!

If you need a scale and don't want to calculate yourself, the distance from the Tower of Acregor to the Shepherd's Crook due south of it is 250 miles.

I'm sure hexes and scale will be on the final version. Personally, I'm redrawing with 150, 30 and 6 mile hexes. I'm also adding obelisk locations as well as details from modules and setting materials.

Would you mind sharing? :-)

I can fx provide an image of the map or a screen dump or something so you can see that I have purchased the map. Or, it might not be ok with the frogs.....?

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I too piked up the maps.  It's nice to see how everything connects.

We'll see about sharing eventually. Towns, ruins, keeps, capitals, roads and lakes are easy.  Forests are tedious.  And depending on how I redraw mountains, they are downright evil. And of course, there's that perfectionist streak....  I'm sure there will be an updated version released with the campaign setting so it'll be a little while.

Ultimately, it's up to the Frogs. And since I'm drawing using CC3+ with several of their proprietary annuals, I can't share the raw map files.

I really want to add nation borders which should be doable as we know where all the capitols are.  One of the things I'd like to do is to map out the migrations and military campaigns like in high school textbooks with arrows all over the place. Language regions would be nice to visualize.  A population heat map for each of the races would be interesting as a layered PDF.  It would be fantastic if all of those were included in the world setting material.