Atlas Keléstia - SHKN J7 (Éslon)

Keléstia Productions have published the 13th issue of Atlas Keléstia. It describes map square SHKN-J7 (Éslon), located along the northeast coast of the kingdom of Shôrkýnè and including the chief town of the county of Aneóla.

To learn more about Atlas Keléstia SHKN-J7 and to make a purchase, go to:
http://www.kelestia.com/atlas/shkn-j7

The Atlas Keléstia index can be viewed at:
http://www.kelestia.com/atlas

Puster
Puster's picture

Salt & Water

To start with: great work again! The entries once again offer both the nuts & bolts of local administration and relations, and show that larger political intrigues around this large trading center (Eslon has almost the size of Coranan) are looming.

Just a minor question to the salt on this map...
I know that mines get no names on the map, and are registered by the location that actually administers it (eg the Kinhest copper mine). Usually this works without problems, but I wonder who operates the salines south of the Tigramund (in the north of the map)?

... and one to the neighbouring waters:
Can we assume that i7 will be open water only (as the regional map implies)? Or are there small islands hidden somewhere?

rbs
rbs's picture

The salt source is used by

The salt source is used by Quarphic tribesmen. See the data index under "Tirgamund Brine Pools".

The resources are not exactly listed in the data tables under the "administering locale", but most of the time they are. In the brine pool case, it was nearest named physical feature, and one could argue that it should have been "Loas Tirgamund..." Yes, the indexing for these sites is awkward, if not difficult, and it is something we worry about when working on the maps.

Yes, I7 looks to be open water. Although it might have made sense for there to be a few tiny islets, in at least one potential spot it's no longer possible to add any because it would cause problems with other work(s) already published.

cyrion
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just open water

I don't know wether it is to rude to ask...

It is possible that Keléstia brings out an open water square as a free download?

:-))
It would be nice for the people that pin the mapquares to the wand.

Pleeeaaasee...

Please

Please

Yours
Cyrion


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