There seems to be enough interest by people that would like printed poster versions of the Extended Frontier Map that I’m going to make them available to order. If you haven’t read all the details about how the map was made and want to catch up, follow the link above.
I will be accepting orders initially until the end of August, 2019 at which point I’ll place an order for the posters and ship them out when they arrive. The turnaround time on the proof maps I ordered was fairly quick so they should be in the mail to you by mid-September. They will be shipped rolled in a poster tube via USPS media mail in the US and USPS First Class Parcel post to international addresses. Any posters ordered in this initial wave will be signed and numbered.
There will be three options that you can order. The prices listed for each option include the cost of the map and shipping. There is one cost for those in the US and one for international orders to reflect the extra cost of international shipping.
If you want to order one or more maps, just select your option in the box to the right and hit the “Buy Now” button. This will take you to PayPal to complete your order. The options for the maps are:
- The Player Version of the map without the sathar jump routes – This is the map you want if you want your own take on the sathar worlds or you want a map to give to your players that doesn’t have the “secret” information on it. This map is $20 for those in the US and $40 for international orders.
- The Referee version with the sathar jump routes – This is the version you want if you are interested in the full map as I created it with some of the important sathar systems defined. This map is $20 for those in the US and $40 for international orders.
- One of each – If you can’t decide or just want one of both versions, this is the option for you. Hang the Player Map in your game room and keep the secret Referee version hidden away from those pesky Star Law agents. This option is $35 for those in the US and $55 for international orders.
The maps themselves will be 24″x27″ in size and printed on a sturdy, relatively heavy-weight (200 GSM) matte finish paper. I debated between gloss and matte and just like the look of the matte finish better.
If you have any questions, feel free to drop me a line at email@example.com.