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Map: Shattered Throne Opening Region (Destiny)

by Robot Chickens, Tuesday, November 27, 2018, 09:48 (447 days ago)
edited by Robot Chickens, Tuesday, November 27, 2018, 10:17

Not sure if this will be useful to anyone, but I made a really rough map of the passageways for the shattered throne starting region. This is mostly about orientation so you can figure the fastest route to the next symbol. That being said, this primarily shows ground level passages. There are plenty of ways up and down to get above the temples but I don't know a good way to represent those.

Anyhow, I'm just uploading this in case someone else might find it helpful.


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Awesome, thanks!

by Beorn @, <End of Failed Timeline>, Tuesday, November 27, 2018, 10:59 (447 days ago) @ Robot Chickens

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Map: Shattered Throne Opening Region

by Harmanimus @, Tuesday, November 27, 2018, 11:06 (447 days ago) @ Robot Chickens

What is the purple dot?

Also, this is quite useful. I think the orientation to the areas is the most useful part of this.

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Map: Shattered Throne Opening Region

by Robot Chickens, Tuesday, November 27, 2018, 11:18 (447 days ago) @ Harmanimus

Purple dot is a relic you can find on top of the tower. It can be carried along the rooftops to the central temple and put in a statue to summon some bosses. They are part of the Wish Ender quest.

Very nice!

by Claude Errera @, Tuesday, November 27, 2018, 12:14 (447 days ago) @ Robot Chickens

Not sure if this will be useful to anyone, but I made a really rough map of the passageways for the shattered throne starting region. This is mostly about orientation so you can figure the fastest route to the next symbol. That being said, this primarily shows ground level passages. There are plenty of ways up and down to get above the temples but I don't know a good way to represent those.

Anyhow, I'm just uploading this in case someone else might find it helpful.


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I've been using this one from Reddit:

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Black is paths, blue is buildings/paved paths, grey is land borders

They're pretty similar - I think yours is more accurate in a couple of places, but his has the advantage of pretty exact site locations. (He used D.A.R.C.I for angles and distances.)

Anyway, I love options! And I love pretty maps. :) Thanks!

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Thank you! Nice work

by Dame117 @, Missouri, Wednesday, November 28, 2018, 16:32 (446 days ago) @ Robot Chickens

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