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Very Detailed Eastern Kingdoms Map By Sturmbart

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Here comes the second major chunk of Azeroth in Sturmbart's highly detailed cartography project! After the awesome Kalimdor map, we now get the Eastern Kingdoms with all the info on elevation and relative population sizes (calculated to be more like our own real life city sizes for a touch of extra realism), getting us a really realistic looking piece of cartography.


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