European Physical Map
gdgEuropean Physical Map are a extraordinary adjunct to any fantasy novel. They allow the reader an further level of counsel that helps them visualize and experience the world you have created. A fine map can also support you in the writing of your novel. Here are some resources and tips to support you make fine European Physical Map as a adjunct for your writing.
gdgOne of the biggest questions you have, which is also one of the biggest obstacles to fine European Physical Map making, is getting the size of your world right. If you are writing a fantasy novel the express is the limit and you can make a world of any size you want (it is your world!). But if you want to glue to some sort of normal acquit yourself you might want to regard as being the traveling speeds of horses and humans. This will allow you a fine introduction for how huge your world is and how in the distance apart the various landmarks are.
gdgSome very directionless rules of thumb are that an average healthy person can walk practically twenty miles a day. This is a propos the pace of Roman soldiers upon the march -depending upon the amount of approachable daylight. You could of course stretch this in your writing. The push away horses can travel in a daylight also varies but a well-trained and healthy horse might pull off a propos fifty to sixty miles upon a fine day. Exceptional horses could pull off more than this, and potentially happening to a hundred miles, but this would be a one daylight talent isolated and would require weeks of dismount and rehabilitation. European Physical Map