Hooblaport City Center Square – Map

I’m going over the latest draft of my debut novel, looking for any inconsistencies in the story. To aid me in this endeavor, I’ve created a map of one important location in the novel, City Center Square in Hooblaport. I thought I’d share the resulting map here with any who might find this sort of thing interesting.

If the map looks small, click the image to see it at full-size.

Hooblaport City Center Square

Notes:

The map isn’t entirely to scale, though it’s close. I’ve left a few buildings off the edge of the map, where I’ve not decided exactly what’s there. Some of the buildings that made it onto this map aren’t referenced in this first novel, but they may make appearances in later novels. Time will tell.

Note that Main Street runs through Wizards Emporium at ground level. The Emporium is six stories tall. Main Street cuts through the first two stories of the building.

Welcome to the Troll Mystic site!

Hail, adventurer! You’ve managed to find me, the Troll Mystic. I’m actually a Trolf, which is a half-elf, half-troll male (the females are called Trelfs), but so many people think I’m a troll, I just go along with it. Now you know differently. As I write this, October 2, 2011, this site is just getting off the ground. Within a few weeks, I hope the site will have much more to offer. I’ve got big plans.

If you are looking for the resources that were previously available on eposic.org, please be patient. I did not mean for my former web host to change the name servers for eposic.org just yet, only eposic.net, but they did not understand my request, and changed both (and eposic.com). I had planned to make it a more smooth transition from the old eposic.org server to the new one, but my former web host thought they knew better what I wanted than what I did. That’s why they are my former web host. But this means that pretty much every thing that was on eposic.org is now unavailable, until I have a chance to port it here. Some of the resources from eposic.org won’t make the cut. If there are any tools or other pages you used to visit frequently on the original eposic.org site, and you want to know my plans for porting them here, feel free to leave a comment below.