Fallout 3 - PDF Raster and Vector Map

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Title:
Fallout 3 - PDF Raster and Vector Map
Author:
Xiphos
Created:
11/24/2008
Updated:
11/24/2008
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Description: Fallout 3 - PDF Raster and Vector Map

This pack contains two maps of the Fallout 3 game world in PDF format.

The first is a Raster-based map pieced together from 35 screenshots of
the in-game Pipboy world map, and has been enhanced for greater clarity.
It is included here as a courtesy and reference for other map-makers.

The second is a Vector-based map retraced from the high-res raster file.
It is designed to be printed out and annotated by hand as you play.



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Fallout 3 PDF Map Pack v2
=====by Xiphos.com.au======

Description:
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This pack contains two maps of the Fallout 3 game world in PDF format.

The first is a Raster-based map pieced together from 35 screenshots of
the in-game Pipboy world map, and has been enhanced for greater clarity.
It is included here as a courtesy and reference for other map-makers.

The second is a Vector-based map retraced from the high-res raster file.
It is designed to be printed out and annotated by hand as you play.


Usage:
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Because Fallout 3 only allows one in-game marker at a time, I needed
a paper map I could write on to mark places of interest, particularly
locks that need a skill of 100, so I could return later when my skill
was up. Also, special items that are nailed down like the Wonder
Meat Maker can be easily misplaced if you want to return days later.

The vector map may be printed out at any resolution. If you happen
to have access to an industrial-sized plotter or large-format
printer, you can make posters at full quality.
I have tried to maintain as much whitespace as possible, and have
used no black lines in order for notes to be made anywhere without
them being obscured.
If you only have an A4 printer, you can print it out across 2 or 4
sheets and tape them back together to get one large map.
You can also laminate the map and then use a fine-tip non-permanent
marker to make your notes. They'll come off with a damp cloth.

Alternatively, you may be able to coax Acrobat or your preferred PDF
reader into attaching markers or notes digitally, quite useful if
you have a second PC, laptop or UMPC handy.

The raster map may be preferred for its greater accuracy around
vague areas such as the river bed, or because it's easier to
establish position through familiarity. It should not be printed
any larger than 28cm x 28cm or you will lose fidelity.
It would be next to impossible to use this map for hand-made notes
since most of it is black.


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