More About The Maps
As mentioned above, they're based on the
maps. However, to allow for sufficient detail, they are two to three
times bigger. This means that the image might not fit in your browser
window. If you want to view the whole thing zoomed out, click on the
PNG link just below the title. You can also use that link as a
convenient way to save the image to your desktop, if you want to.
Many of the zones have multiple levels; if they
interest, then links to them will be placed across the top of
the map page, and also at the access point(s) within the map
the early-game maps, all "treasure" is noted if it has any utility,
even if it has no sale value. Later maps are less inclusive, eventually
noting only such loot as is unusually valuable or useful, or is in an
unusual location. You should still search all containers, even if
they're not marked on the map.
Low-level enemies are
seldom noted on any maps, but mid-level named creatures sometimes are,
especially if they drop something interesting, or if they present some
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