Dragonstone Maps

 

The following is a list of Maps for the different cities, temples, and areas within Dragonstone:

 


Cities

Aden and Aden Temple: MAP

Aethelmaern: Coming Soon

Prexion: MAP

 


Areas

Levels 5-10

Southern Plains: MAP

 


Levels 6-10

Rotted Log: MAP

 


Levels 10-15

Forest of the Humbulus: MAP

 


Levels 10-20

The Brewery: MAP

The Forest Glade: MAP

The Jungle Tribe: MAP

The Mahkra Sanitarium and Asylum: MAP

Valley of the Trees: MAP

 


Levels 10-25

Imp’s Hovel: MAP

 


Levels 10-50

The Music Academy: MAP

 


Levels 15-30

Rosewood Plantation: MAP

 


Levels 20-30

Ratrem’s Empire: MAP

 


Levels 25-32

The Forbidden Kingdom: MAP

 


Levels 25-45

Blood Arena: MAP

Order of the Minotaurs Knights: MAP

 


Levels 30-40

The Hidden Village: MAP



Levels 30-50

The Ogre Slave Camp: MAP

 


Levels 30-65

The Realms of Shahktanora: MAP

 


Levels 40-55

Golden Stone Road: MAP

 


Levels 40-60

Brightwing Valley: MAP

Changelings: MAP

Far East Trade Route: MAP

Theran River: MAP

Upper Descent of Dread: MAP

 


Levels 40-70

The River Dreivolks: MAP

 


Levels 40-80

Thakiss River Basin: MAP

 


Levels 45-60

The Accursed Ship: MAP

 


Levels 50-55

House of the Divine: MAP

 


Levels: 50-65

Elven Border Lands: MAP

 


Levels 50-70

The Ether Plane: MAP

 


Levels 50-80

The Twin Outposts: MAP

 


Levels 60-80

Crypt of the Strigoi: MAP

Desert Village: MAP

Domain of Despair: MAP

Goblin Citadel: MAP

Lower Descent of Dread: MAP

 


Levels: 60-90

Abandoned Mines: MAP

 


Levels 70-80

Ruined Temple: MAP

 


Levels 95-120

Tower of Winds: MAP

 


Levels 99-150

Pits of Hell: MAP

 


Levels 100-115

Hall of Legends: MAP

 


Levels 150-200

The Gnomish Airship: MAP

 


 

About the Author

James Payne was born in Augusta, Georgia and has been writing since the age of 6. He is currently Editor-in-Chief of Developer Shed, Inc and Garbled Transmissions. His work has appeared in print and on the web 400+ times and his first book, Beginning Python: Using Python 2.6 and 3.1, was recently published by John Wiley and Sons.