Atlas Keléstia - SHKN K2 (Hléjis)

Where wilt thou find a cavern dark enough?

Keléstia Productions are pleased to announce the publication of Atlas Keléstia #37.

This issue describes map square K2 (Hléjis) on the Shôrkýnè regional map, an area in the interior of northern Hârbáal that includes a large wilderness section of the kingdom of Kétania as well as a part of the kingdom of Gávrios. Within a spur of the Hârbáaler Alps lies a remote orcish community who peacefully trade with humans.

To learn more about Atlas Keléstia SHKN-K2 and to make a purchase, go to: http://www.kelestia.com/atlas/shkn-k2

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

cyrion
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Thank you

That is great. I was waiting for this map.

rbs
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You're not the only one

There seem to be some folks looking for off-Harn gargun adventures.

Puster
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Hooks...

I stalled my campaign for some time to get this map first :-)

I put the hooks I used for my group to bring them there into the Lythiaforum-thread.

Jack
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I appreciate KP's emphasis on

I appreciate KP's emphasis on the regional maps, because modules require more in the way of writing, artwork, layout, and so on. That said, this is one area where I would LOVE to see an interior map. I have any number of old interior maps from NRC's work in the '80s, including several Gargun complexes, but it would be so interesting to see if his perspective on how a Gargun complex is laid out changed once he stopped working with Eric Hotz...

rbs
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Hlejis

Jack, I'm not aware that Robin left behind any material related specifically to Hlejis, and perhaps any other gargun complex. So if KP were to publish a Hlejis article with interior maps, it would in all probability be someone else's perspective. And if either you or Puster or someone else develops the caverns, we would be very interested in seeing what you do. :)

bobduncan
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The map is so great. Thank

The map is so great. Thank you for this. I had been looking for this map and I am lucky enough to find it here.


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