Map B.01 - Lofoten
Click to enlarge. Shows latitude 62.96° to 72.50° north; shows longitude at bottom of map between 1.94°W and 19.34°E. The orange line on the left of the map indicates 0° Greenwich; the orange line at the upper right indicates 30°E. Hexes are 20 miles in diameter. Numbers on the left and right indicate distance from the North Pole in hexes.
The map depicts the whole of Nanbrun, with parts of Breen (Moreland), Norway (Nordland, Nord-Trondelag, Sor-Trondelag, Troms), Sweden (Angermanland), Ulthua (Finnemar, Laponia) and Vastenjaur (Fieldland, Knollslan). The map is named after the Lofoten Islands located on the coast of Nordland.
The map includes gnomish populations in Fieldlan, Knollslan and Nanbrun; a halfling population in Moreland; an elvish population in Finnemar and Laponia; and human populations in Angermanland, Nordland, Nor-Trondelag, Sor-Trondelag and Troms. Despite the mix in populations, these peoples have learned to live together in relative harmony. The humans are the most recent newcomers, having settled the Norwegian Sea coast some 800 to 1000 years ago.
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