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City Map Folio
City Map Folio
PZO9215
(Map)
Artist(s) Rob Lazzaretti
Publisher Paizo Publishing, LLC
Price Print: $15.99
PDF: $10.99
Released December 2009
Type Poster Map Folio
Regions Cassomir, Corentyn, Ilizmagorti, Nisroch, Vigil, Whitethrone
Dimensions 17" x 22"
Quantity 6 maps
ISBN ISBN 978-1-60125-201-2
Series Pathfinder Chronicles
Follows Cities of Golarion
Precedes Classic Horrors Revisited
Awards Gold ENnie – Best Cartography (2010)
Artwork from City Map Folio

City Map Folio, a poster map accessory by Rob Lazzaretti, was released in December 2009.


Six Sister CitiesA necessity of all civilized societies, cities are the pride of any nation and the mark of an empire’s power. By a city’s size and prosperity can the traveler note a kingdom’s health and power, by the architecture of its buildings its culture and arts, and by the words and actions of its citizens the strength of its spirit. No two cities are exactly alike, and in a world as diverse as Golarion, these differences are nowhere more apparent than in the city’s shape and the layout of its streets. This map folio presents six such cities, each in the format of a large, full-color 17" x 22" poster map. And while details on these cities are presented in Pathfinder Chronicles: Cities of Golarion, these maps can serve as beautiful additions to any fantasy roleplaying game.

Maps of the following cities are included in this folio:

  • Cassomir: The most significant port of the eastern Inner Sea region
  • Corentyn: A city perched on the edge of two seas and at the heart of every major trade route
  • Ilizmagorti: A tropical city of pirates and criminals ruled by the Red Mantis assassins
  • Nisroch: A stark place of shadows and cruelty where every citizen lives in fear
  • Vigil: A city-fortress and bastion against the ravening orc hordes of Belkzen
  • Whitethrone: A frozen metropolis of monsters founded by the witch queen Baba Yaga