Official political map of Faerûn (a geography map with political borders) was first published in the Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting for Dungeons& Dragons. Forgotten Realms Interactive Map: detailled informations by clicking an area or a spot on the map, zoom, selection of the type of marks to display, determine. Hard to find a current map for 5e. All my research provides me is with the 4e version and 3e version. From my understanding, is the 3e the more.
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Any book or map I can purchase if it is not available online? I would like to know how does it all fit in? From what I have read up on this topic, from 3. And in 5e FR, some event happened The Sundering which kind of restored it to 3.
There’s raerun map online of the northwest corner of Faerun, but I don’t believe there’s an official map of all of the Forgotten Realms yet. As someone who’s new to the game and setting, I find the Forgotten Realms wikia to be a great source of information, and it has a page for the Second Sundering which I believe is what you’re looking for.
In addition to the map in chooban’s answerthere’s a more detailed map of the Savage Frontier which extends from the Sword Coast to the desert of Anauroch in Storm King’s Thunder on pg. As pointed out by DerekStucki in the comments, a high-resolution digital version of this map is available for download for free online. I believe there is a special dungeon master screen for Storm King’s Thunder which provides the map if you don’t want to pay the full price for the book.
Official stuff is always on dnd. But not yet the map The official map in its very own article, a bit hidden!
Hereready for download! But wait, where’s all the info? Is that map too tiny? Do you want it laminated and with more info? Run to ffaerun shop and get the Sword Coast Adventure Guide!
Wait, you need special maps for Storm King’s Thunder? Why didn’t you say you in the beginning? The official one for this module, with a MAP on the mwp You’re missing the module yet? You want me to tell? Yes, yes, I know, I am evil, but I do no spoilers! I can’ty find anything complete but on ‘Sword Coast Adventurer’s Guide’ pg5 there’s a map from spine of the world, anarouch, Amn and on ‘Out of the Abyss’ pg 20 there’s a general map of underdark.
We’re looking for long answers that provide some explanation and context. Don’t just give a one-line answer; explain why your answer is right, ideally with citations. Answers that don’t include explanations may be removed. There was a large tearaway map in the book for 3rd edition. I still faeerun that map.
I still find it a great resource. Hard to find the book though. It was a full map before all those changes and “un” changes.
There is no updated map with the changes kept over from the second sundering. For instance, they talk about the return of Halrua and neighboring devastation remaining. Does that mean Chult is still an island land or is it a peninsula again?
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Vyoma 1 2 6. Vladislav Martin 1, 5 KumosAgosta 1, 8 There is also a free high resolution download of this version of the map. Where is it at? I’m about to be running Storm King’s Thunder actually so that’d be an awesome resource.
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Waterdeep from Eye of the Beholder and a novel But not yet the map Year and day later The Sword Coast Adventurer’s Guide map is the same one as in chooban’s answer, for the vaerun. This isn’t an official source, while it was clearly asked for an official source – and I can faerum that just by reading the URL. Trish – the one at Loremaps. DJTigon the question was “official source”. Which book for 3rd edition?
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