Maps and Guides - Dark Side of the Moon.   Posted by GM Heath.Group: 0
GM Heath
 GM, 1658 posts
Sat 3 Mar 2012
at 02:10
Maps and Guides - Dark Side of the Moon
Here is the "Tourist's Guide to Kraatar" that you were given by Charletta for helping her:


This message was last updated by the GM at 18:07, Thu 07 Mar 2013.

GM Heath
 GM, 1659 posts
Sat 3 Mar 2012
at 02:16
Re: Maps and Guides - Dark Side of the Moon
Here I have enlarged some of the areas so you can see them better.




If there is any part you want blown up like this, just let me know.
GM Heath
 GM, 1740 posts
Fri 24 Aug 2012
at 16:47
Re: Maps and Guides - Dark Side of the Moon
I have enlarged the map of Kraatar for you.  This will come in handy if you want to reference any particular locations that are not in Gozzorf:


GM Heath
 GM, 1742 posts
Fri 24 Aug 2012
at 16:52
Re: Maps and Guides - Dark Side of the Moon
Here is the right side of the enlarged map:


GM Heath
 GM, 1743 posts
Fri 24 Aug 2012
at 16:53
Re: Maps and Guides - Dark Side of the Moon
The key is in the original map in post 1 above.

ABOUT THE MONORAIL:

There are two Monorails relevant here:  The Gozzorf City monorail and the transglobal monorail.

GOZZORF CITY MONORAIL:

The monorail is run by Sik'Triksta trade house and links all areas of the city. Trains run every 15 minutes and a ticket, valid for a day's unlimited travel within the city, costs 1 Cr.

TRANSGLOBAL MONORAIL:

From Gozzorf, monorail lines stretch around the planet, linking most major settlements on Kraatar. Monorail trains leave Gozzorf station every 4 hours and travel at about 290kph (8 hours per hex).

As Kraatar is very mountainous, most citizens rely on the monorail for long distance travel, only using ground cars and explorers for short journeys. Travel on the transglobal monorail costs 20 Cr per day, irrespective of distance.
The trains stop at all towns along their route for 10 minutes while cargo and mail is collected. Unless they break down, the trains never stop between stations. Signs at mountain and desert stations remind travellers that breathing apparatus is required. Apparatus to fit all character races can be purchased at all monorail stations, and emergency sets are stored in lockers between each carriage.

This message was last edited by the GM at 16:56, Fri 24 Aug 2012.