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Has there been a map of Eodon yet?

Discussion in 'UO Time of Legends' started by Uriah Heep, Sep 30, 2015.

  1. Uriah Heep

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    just wondering.
     
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    How big a landmass is this? Like..if you compare it to..say, Lost Lands or Ilsh?
     
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    I would have to say it's smaller then either T2A or Ilsh but not by much. And there is a LOT of empty space...lots of room for them to add new stuff :)
     
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    if you mouse over the map you'll see grid lines, they're set every 10 degrees of latitude and longitude, the Ilsh, Malas, Tokuno and Ter Mur grid maps are also at 10 degree intervals. If you click in the middle of the map you'll get a different view with the tribe locations.
     
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