the Chained Coffin HB

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the Chained Coffin HB

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Does the Chained Coffin HB include the Shudder Mountains map that was included in the Box set? If so is it separate or is it printed bound in the book?
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I don't have the box set, but there is a big hex map of the Shudder Mountains on the back end pages of the hard back, so no separate map (although it does have the spinner puzzle).
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Thank you! I was hoping for a separate poster map of the shudder mountains in the hardback book.
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I haven't downloaded my PDF copy yet, but I'm sure that the map is in the PDF copy (which comes along with the book), and that means you could print it out, print out sections you want to show off, etc.... :wink:
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Re: the Chained Coffin HB

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So my hardcover copy arrived today. It looks like they just took the poster map and glued the right side of the map to the inside of the back cover. Not to upsetting as I found a cheap copy of the boxed set to get the map to go with the hardcover.
As far as what i read so far. I love the setting(why I went ahead and spent the extra money on the boxed set). I've always liked wilderness settings but this is something grand. Of course living on the Appalachian plateau all my life and roaming the mountains while hunting leads me a little biased, but the Shudder Mountains will be part of my games for quite awhile in some form.
Now I'm just going to add some adapted local legends, people and places and mix with the setting. I've already got plenty of adventure ideas not related to any of the adventures in the book. Thanks Mr. Curtis!
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