Map of the Akakor Golden City of the High Folk in Monster Island

Here is a high level map of the Golden City of Akakor in Monster Island from my campaign in a Treemap format.

You can zoom the PDF.

The route to Akakor can be hard to find. Here are two routes – the Ant Route and Tower Route. The Ant Route takes you thru a territory of Giant Ants and you might encounter an outpost of High Folk at the edges of the Ant territory. There is a secret passage thru the jungle to arrive to the main gate. Tower route means having access to flying beasts.

The Akakor and its buildings and inhabitants are explained more fully in the Monster Island book. The Central Valley is the entryway to the city blocks – it is the level 0. Each of the blocks is a vast area built into the mountain side with multiple levels most of them containing cloud forest and gardens. From each level there is a ramp up to the next one. Housing and slave quarter areas contain large number of buildings – many of them empty. Named buildings might be scattered among the other housing. Not all the named buildings are marked on the map. The size of the area in the map roughly shows the size of the area of those buildings or landmarks in that level.

Akakor top level map as PNG (.pdf)

High Folk City Quarter Views can also be generated for smaller portions of each level by using the City Quarter Generator in a bit different format showing the streets.

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Name Hannu Kokko Profession a software development leader, currently working at Elisa as Head of Enterprise Architecture, IT Business Unit. As a secondary occupation a Principal Consultant at Kohilleen Consulting - RD leadership consultancy business. In working life Working in large scale agile software development and architecture are close to my heart and practiced daily. Large scale here is anything involving dozens of teams working for the same release. Continuous integration as a cornerstone of making agile development feasible and to help keep the rhythm has been in my focus for quite a bit. In private life I enjoy photography and seeing new places and cultures.

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