I have the 2d20 rulebook and it was a chore but I managed to print out the map on 4 pages of cardstock. (For some reason it wouldn't let me print all four pages out as a group. I had to go into the PDF one page at a time and do a "print current page" thing.) Anyway, I do like the map and use it for my gaming on Barsoon.
I'll be interested in hearing about how Falconer's poster comes out, however.
Marv / Finarvyn DCC playtester (2011) S&W WhiteBox author (2009) C&C playtester (2003) Builder of the TrollBridge for T&T; Amber Diceless player since 1993 OD&D Player since 1975; Metamorphosis Alpha since 1976
"Don't ask me what you need to hit. Just roll the die and I will let you know!" - Dave Arneson
I don't care for the Moedipus 2d20 system, but their recent John Carter RPG was pretty well done. In particular one of the best Barsoom maps. And I've studied a lot of 'em.
That is a really cool map.
The forests look far, far larger than I'd ever imagined them being, though.A forest as large as the Kaolian Forest is drawn there (30 degrees of latitude!) would be a hugely valuable resource, and I don't think fairly-backwater Kaol could possibly control it.
I would have expected the only "green" visible on that scale would be Dor/Korus and the Toonolian Marshes.