Not sure what the last thing is, but I'm pretty sure 1st is "incl. Undermountain", 2nd is "The Blackstaff".What an artifact!
Anyone know what's written under Waterdeep? I can read Undermountain, but the rest are a scrawl. The second might be The Bhaal-something possibly, and the third Dungeon of ???
Wow, that is really cool to see.
I think its kind of funny that I like the look of this map better than what was actually published by TSR in the boxed sets.
I think the third one is “Dungeon of the Crypt”.Not sure what the last thing is, but I'm pretty sure 1st is "incl. Undermountain", 2nd is "The Blackstaff".
Hehe, the 3rd one kind of looks like it starts with "Burger" to me
EDIT - also on the click thru, I love the island of Nimbral! it's always been one of my favorite FR locations, so love seeing in his hand-drawn map
Do you mean like this? Ed Greenwood Presents Elminster's Forgotten Realms - WikipediaWhat I wouldn’t give to buy a copy of the history of the realms that greenwood uses in his home campaign. His version of the realms. I would kill for it.
Its a pity we'll probubly now never see what the moonshae was originally intended to look like.On the Sage Advice page, there's a close-up picture of the Moonshaes, where you can see how it was a later addition taped kver the original map. You can even see the blue shore outlines of the original islands under the taped-on section!
Do you mean like this? Ed Greenwood Presents Elminster's Forgotten Realms - Wikipedia
Its a pity we'll probubly now never see what the moonshae was originally intended to look like.
Id be curious how much Ed Greenwood detailed of the Realms while actually playing and running games in it before selling it to TSR? I think the majority of his games took place in Waterdeep/Undermountain or the Dales. I wouldnt be surprised if alot of it was detailed for Dragon/Polyhedron and then TSR books after and never played in. He most likely drew out the whole map at some point but I doubt every location was fleshed out more than a very basic idea.