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Old World

This area of AdvancedFightingFantasy.com has been designed as the main home for cartography of the Old World and contains a great deal of information on the main background setting of the FF Gamebooks and the AFF game world of Titan. The Old World is a land of contrasting regions, from the lush grassy plains of Lendleland to the un scalable peaks of the Cloudcap Mountains in Mauristatia. Its people live mostly from the land, but it has many larger settlements as well, for it escaped the cataclysmic wars that have kept the other continents from attaining true civilization. Some of the kingdoms of the Old World have not reached their full development, but just about all of them are more sophisticated and civilized than anywhere in Allansia or Khul.

Interactive Old World  very soon

 

Within the FF volume 'Titan' we saw only a small part of the Old World, and this area hopes to rectify that. We hope you all enjoy this area of the site and look forward to receiving your thoughts and comments in the near future. Take a tour of the Old World and explore the regions and environments of this fantastic continent. To travel across the lands of Analand, the Shamutanti Hills or other exotic areas simply click on an area of the map below to fly downwards and see more detail. By clicking on areas that interest you, you will eventually reach the most detailed fantasy maps. In AFF.com's most detailed maps you will discover details on the many countries, cities, rivers and trade routes as well as other unexplored places for you to explore and develop in your own AFF adventures.

Alternatively, if you want to go straight to the detail rather than descending through the levels try the Grand Tour which starts at Arkleton. <Online soon> There are currently 256 maps complete and we are adding these over the next several month. Where you can zoom in no further look out for updates and please email us if you enjoy your tour and want to see more!

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