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The original Hârn map, drawn by N. Robin Crossby and first printed in 1983, is one of the most beautiful fantasy maps ever created.  It is 22 x 34 inches with colorful terrain and dotted with hundreds of castles, cities, and other points of interest.

HârnWorld is a gaming environment suitable for anyrole-playing game system.

The Hârn Map is available as a free PDF from Columbia Games for a limited time.  This edition includes a cultural map and details on the reverse side.

The Hârn map has a letter/number grid that is useful for locating sites. Many of the grid squares have been detailed in the Atlas Hârnica series. Hundreds of closer scale, local maps, exist showing cities, castles, manors and more.  The hexes on the map correspond exactly between Regional and Atlas Maps and allow reliable measuring of distances and travel times.

The master encyclopedia/index of the map is Hârndex.  Hârndex is a 154 page alphabetical, general reference source book for gamemasters using HârnWorld. Every settlement shown on the Hârn Map is included along with historical, cultural, political, economic, guild and religious entries and more.  Location entries give the name of the holder, the liege, and approximate population, plus historical and biographical notes.

Prefer a print?  
Prints of the Hârn map are available folded (on sale for 50% off) or laminated. 

There is also a FREE online clickable Hârn map/index.

You may also wish to download some of the other freebies such as the Map Keys PDFReligious Calendar PDF, etc.  

Be sure to visit for hundreds more free fan-created resources and discuss Hârn in the livelyHârnForum.

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