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The War of Auraspure presents: The Realm of Auraspure | World Map

(Cites and Regions ONLY)


This map displays all the regions and cities of the world of Auraspure.

The details for the dungeons, lairs, caves, land features, battlemaps, as well as small ruins and camps will be available on a separate map to be released at a later date.

Descriptions of the regions of Auraspure are written below.


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Ten regions to adventure in with a huge map that has endless potential.

Each Region is a special part of Auraspure.


~Mountains's of Dusk's Embrace~

Housing the sturdier races of the world, these mountains feature rigorous terrain, deep caves and mines, a snow-capped North,

and three huge cites.  Covered in eternal twilight, the Mountains of Dusk's Embrace bring forth a solemn mood to all that enter.


~Twilight Forest~

With dusky rays of light falling from the trees above, these woods display a serene beauty to all that journey through.

Four cities and one set of ruins are located here providing endless hours of adventure.

The Elves are very protective of thier forests, tossing out all they do not trust to keep their secrets.


~Plains of Eveninglife~

The second largest region, these dark plains are forever bathed in darkness.  The glowing plants slightly illuminate

this region gifting it with an supernatural glow.  The most peaceful of all the regions, the inhabitants cherish and protect it.


~Baladian Sea~

Covering the edges of the world, the Baladian Sea is the greatest of the trade nations.

All those who transverse these dark treacherous waters must know how to bring light to them.

Else, the waters will take them.


~Dark Sea~

The seas of Auraspure give birth to the great boat cities, and from these floating cities comes hope.

The Dark Sea would have been as dark and dangerous as the Baladian Sea, had the Winds not gifted it.

Throughout the Dark Sea, coral dancing with natural lights faintly brighten the black skies above.


~Auraspure~

A beacon of light to the darker parts of the world of Auraspure, this region is the brightest country.

Home to the watchers of the world, Auraspure hosts prime farmlands, lush forests, seven cities/towns, two deadly ruins,

and the part of the world that is most directly in the sunlight.  Auraspure is the largest region.


~Jestero~

Three-hundred years ago, riots and civil wars broke out in the region of Auraspure causing the country to divide.

Jestero is home to four cities that hold the once great land together.Within Jestero lurks a envious rage.

The citizens of Jestero will always feel slighted by Auraspure.  The land that was supposed to be theirs.

Be that as it may, while almost as bright as Auraspure, is the darker country, and with that comes the crime, smuggling, and terro that cover its land.


~Twilight Tundra~

The home of magic as we know it.  This technological land has provided some of the greatest magical advances throughout the world.

However, there is always a price.

The Twilight Tundra does not accept those born without magic.  Any child who is discovered without the gift of magic is exiled to

the Sunken Swamplands for a life of hard labor and misery.  Manasford is the gateway into the Twilight Tundra protecting it from those without the gift.

The fridged land has the best schools with the most challenging courses for any who wish to truely master their arcane craft.


~Sunken Swamplands~

With four cities and a large cursed city of ruins, the Sunken Swamplands split the southern part of the world.

Home to the outcasts of the Twlight Tundra, the City of Exiles runs this half-lit land.  Priding themselves to never cast out those in need, 

the City of Exiles is the house of virtue across the world of Auraspure.  


~Shadowstride Desert~

Surrounded by mountains, the only desert in the world of Auraspure holds many caves, secrets, and puzzles.

Three cities guard the borders of the Shadowstride Desert, and the last city sits in the southern cradle of the mountains in an oasis.

This midnight desert holds life around the mountains, but the center is dead and full of adventure.


Start your adventure in the Realm of Auraspure.

Greatness Awaits You.


Resolution 4000x3200 500DPI 9.76MB JEPG

Low Resolution 2700x2160 300DPI 4.92MB JPEG

(Use this Version for Roll20.net).


Sepia Player Handout version also available.

These maps are designed to be compatible with RPG groups using a virtual tabletop (VTT) program such as Maptools or roll20.net, or localized RPG groups using tabletop posters for their maps.

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Reviews (1)
Discussions (3)
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Jonathan L December 01, 2017 3:30 am UTC
PURCHASER
Since I can't leave a review, I will add a comment here: lovely map! I like the coloring and the detail on the mountains. Now for my two cents worth of comments: where is the border between Auraspure and Jestero? I can see gray lines signifying borders in other places but here I'm guessing that it is the river and lake system between the two. I'm impressed that there are SIX boat cities floating on the seas, I'll be curious how they grow enough to eat. Is arable land that scarce? I'm used to seeing dots for cities and names of the large lakes but eh, might make the map too busy. But one thing that I definitely think that you should add to your map is a scale. Not sure if the Realm is as large as Australia or what. Questing adventurers will want to know. Heh. Good job with the map, I look forward to seeing more.
Customer avatar
Christopher P December 17, 2017 2:31 pm UTC
PUBLISHER
Jonathan, Sorry it took a little longer to respond. I appreciate your praise and questions about the map. Hopefully, I can help to clear some of them up.
"Since I can't leave a review, I will add a comment here"
-It looks like it takes a little time to pass after a purchase to be able to review a product. You should be able to review it now, and it would be greatly appreciated.
"where is the border between Auraspure and Jestero?"
- You are right on the money. The river and lake system between the two mark the border. I had no way to add a grey line here without it looking tacky. (After I saw your comment, I went back and tried.) Also, the water that serves as the border between Jestero and Auraspure is contested territory even though there has not been a skirmish between them in 75 years.
"I'm impressed that there are SIX boat cities floating on the seas, I'll be curious how they grow enough to eat. Is arable land that scarce?"...See more
Customer avatar
Christopher P December 17, 2017 5:34 pm UTC
PUBLISHER
"But one thing that I definitely think that you should add to your map is a scale."
-This, as well as a compass rose, will be included in the next update."

Updated map to add. Please download again.
Customer avatar
Brian K November 28, 2017 5:46 am UTC
PURCHASER
I donated $1 for this map but am still unable to Review it for the reasons I already mentioned. Sigh... Oh well, my "review" is on the other post.
Customer avatar
Brian K November 28, 2017 5:40 am UTC
PURCHASER
Wish I could actually review this map as it is extremely well done. Unfortunately, when I click on the Reviews tab, I receive the following message, "You must buy this to rate it." Are you planning on releasing a module for your realm? I would buy it, considering the quality of all your maps that I have seen so far. Geez this map is incredible. Have you ever considered making a map for a fantasy book? The quality on this map is that darn good. I am extremely impressed. If I could give you 6 stars I would. Well done sir, well done. Absolutely stunning!
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