Silk Betrayal: The Map

A break from lots of long-winded words today, and instead a chance to admire the map of the Eghsal Valley. I had created a map myself for me to reference as I wrote the novel. Zach Bodenner took that map and created this much better version. It took a fair amount of back and forth as we debated how to do the railroad tracks, how ruined to make the Eghsal City ruins look, where precisely to place some of the mines and other smaller features that hadn’t been specifically fixed on my map. And of course how to indicate the extensive volcanic fields, geysers, mudpots, and the like.

I loved what Zach ended up creating for us. Nothing more to say here. Just admire this: