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    Titan Map $3.00
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    Titan Map
    Publisher: Arion Games
    by Matt G. [Verified Purchaser]
    Date Added: 12/31/2020 06:29:18

    Despite what the other review says, this is the newly drawn map of Titan, not the old one that's included in Arion's reprint of the book "Titan". It's of the same world, so it's very similar, but has got a few more cities (though still not as detailed as the old continent-by-continent maps in "Titan"), and notably has Gundobad located in Khul, which fans had speculated about for years.

    Because of the process that was used by Steve Luxton (the same artist as the original map), a long time was spent making it as plausible as possible as real planet, including projecting it from a sphere instead of drawing it as a 2D map to begin with.



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    [5 of 5 Stars!]
    Titan Map
    Publisher: Arion Games
    by Jeffrey V. [Verified Purchaser]
    Date Added: 10/28/2016 13:40:40

    First, let me say, it's a good map, and it's well scanned and presented. However, it's the same exact map that's in the book "Titan." If you own Titan, you have this map. There's nothing new here per se; no additional information, no new names, no extra detail. Charging $3.00 for the same exact thing you already own seems...a bit steep, I guess.

    Now, if you DON'T own Titan, I can see this might be a useful way to see the world, but frankly, I think you'd be MUCH better off buying Titan -- you get the map, AND you get the background information that allows you to effectively run AFF in the world it was set in in the game books; all in all, a much better deal and a much more efficient use of your money.

    Anyway, that's why I gave it an overall "3" -- it's a "nice to have," I guess, but for $3.00, not so much. I'd strongly recommend you commit that $3.00 towards the purchase price of the AFF Book Titan instead; you won't regret it.



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    [3 of 5 Stars!]
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    It is pretty much the same map, although it is newly drawn. What i would also say is that this is a high-res image that could easily be printed as an A1 poster without any pixelation etc. Whether that is a benefit to you will vary by customer of course!
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