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[ERROR] No.13685482 [Reply] [Original] [4plebs] [archived.moe]

Hey /tg/, I need your help. I'm currently drafting a campaign for Call of Cthulhu and I'm planning on setting it, at least initially, in Boston. Mostly due to the fact that travel to Arkham will be much less tedious.

I've been looking around for a map that would make sense for a table top, free of useless clutter and easy for players to mark important places, for a 1920s Boston but google's failed me for the most part. Can anyone help me out?

tl;dr I need a map of 1920's Boston useful for a table top

>> No.13685545

bumping once for a little help

>> No.13685546

See if anything around here works for you:

http://maps.bpl.org/search_advanced/?mtid=5&dl_pp=21

>> No.13685550

Your best bet is to find a zoning map of 1920s Boston. Keep the areas divided up on the map, like Business District, Outskirts, Waterfront, Bay, etc.

Don't have enough time to help much right now though.

>> No.13685562

>>13685546

Thanks, I found a great map for it. I'm going to bookmark the site so I don't have to ask again. Thanks you very much.

>> No.13685575

Use the map from Kingsport Horror.

>> No.13685607

Oooh, or this: http://docs.unh.edu/nhtopos/nhtopos.htm

>> No.13685668

>>13685562
Glad I could help!

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