However, when Gygax started to build his own campaign world called Greyhawk, one facet of culture that he did not address was organized religion. Gygax, with tongue in cheek, created two gods: Saint Cuthbert —who brought non-believers around to his point of view with whacks of his cudgel  —and Pholtus , whose fanatical followers refused to believe that any other gods existed. Because both of these deities represented aspects of Good, Gygax eventually created a few evil deities to provide some villainy. Cuthbert spelled "St.
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Oerth also has a number of islands, the largest being Fireland in the northern Solnor, depicted on maps as being roughly half the size of Hepmonaland.
He found that, using the scale he desired, he could fit only the northeast corner of Oerik on two of the sheets. Each Hex is 30 miles wide, roughly equating to square miles. Check the grid above on how to adjust for altitude. From the Living Greyhawk Gazeteer 3e. This map is done by Anne Meyers , showing the Flanaess post war, including details from Living Greyhawk and extends further into the surrounding lands.
This from the World of Greyhawk Boxed Set shows the latitude lines of Flanaess, as part of the section detailing weather and climate. This shows the continent of Oerik, of which the Flanaess is apart of.
Nations of the Flanaess and Oerik Edit Below are listed the known countries, nations and states. Some of these places have changed in name, became annexed, or emerged post Greyhawk Wars.
Once part of the Viceroyalty of Ferrond, which in turn was part of the Great Kingdom, the nations listed below have since become independent and remain on good terms with each other.
It is threatened by the Empire of Iuz to the North . The region has rich soil, pleasant climate and healthy trade relations with many of their neighbours, leading to a flourishing land .
World of Greyhawk Fantasy Game Setting
Gygax liked the idea of a castle and dungeon that players could explore, and created his own imaginary place called Castle Greyhawk, which he used to test and develop the game. With almost continuous play during the years —, Gygax, and later his co- Dungeon Master co-DM , Rob Kuntz , expanded the setting to include an entire world. Gygax himself assured Dragon readers in issue No. The map is even more beautiful, in full color, and everything is clearly marked and named. It is almost too large. The book is printed in small type. It gives you a headache if you are trying to study some aspect of Greyhawk for any length of time.
Oerth also has a number of islands, the largest being Fireland in the northern Solnor, depicted on maps as being roughly half the size of Hepmonaland. He found that, using the scale he desired, he could fit only the northeast corner of Oerik on two of the sheets. Each Hex is 30 miles wide, roughly equating to square miles. Check the grid above on how to adjust for altitude.