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A two-volume set of 10" x 12" color hardback books containing the geography, history and cultures of Glorantha.
Created by

Rick Meints

1,276 backers pledged $260,962 to help bring this project to life.

Art and Map sampler....

Greetings to our backers,

As you read through the last update you probably started thinking "hey Rick, how about showing us some of the new art and maps". Some are drafts or still being worked on, but here are a few:

all images are copyright Moon Design Publications, 2013.

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    1. Creator steve on March 22, 2013

      I very much like the faint 'hexing' of the detailed contour maps, it's just too bloody useful not to do.

    2. Creator nick eden on February 11, 2013

      @Robin That elephant is surely from Teshnos.

    3. Creator P Tracy on February 8, 2013

      So pretty, I must have it.

    4. Creator Erik Schmidt on February 7, 2013

      Thanks for sharing, Rick. The anticipation is part of the fun.

    5. Creator Robin Mitra on February 7, 2013

      From which region is the elephant picture?

    6. Creator Machpants on February 7, 2013

      Just WOW

    7. Creator Kevin McDonald on February 7, 2013

      Thanks so much for the updates! The anticipation is killing me. :)

    8. Creator Chunk on February 7, 2013

      OMG they look soooo cool TY for this :)

      Any chance of showing us some of the dust jackets and faux leather covers as well I am considering upgrading my pledge.
      Thank you

    9. Creator Rick Meints on February 7, 2013

      Speaking of wallpaper, many of these types of images will be going into the "wallpaper and desktop" electronic pack.

    10. Creator Scott Martin on February 7, 2013

      Oh dear. Those "bridges!"

    11. Creator "Filkertom" Tom Smith on February 7, 2013

      Oh man. Those need to be wallpapers.

    12. Creator Lou Anders on February 7, 2013

      Very, very cool.