Jorðgarð Map of the Week #293 - Two Rivers Ruins

The 293rd Map of the Week shows the ruins of the Æsir village of Two Rivers in the Greenwood.

The Æsir named the old town after the two short rivers that flow down from higher forest and meet where the timber, lumber and wood center stood. They called the rivers the Left Arm and the Right Arm. The two rivers meet at the site of Two Rivers, forming the Green Arm, which in turn flows into the Greenwash, a tributary of the great River Storming. The Æsir widened the Green Arm north of the confluence, built a dam on the river and cut a channel between the two streams to serve as a mill race which turned the waterwheel of Two Rivers' great sawmill. All of these things have vanished. All that remains of them is the water and the artificial island where the sawmill once stood. That island has become a popular camping location for various kinds of creatures passing through the area. Previous visitors have built wooden bridges across the Green Arm, the Left Arm and the old millstream. The bridges are rickety, but they still appear to be serviceable. On the island are the remnants of a campfire and several large piles of fallen timber which appear to have been intended as makeshift defense walls. A few arrows that look to be of orc manufacture stick in the wood.

Key to the Map:

  1. Left Arm River

  2. Former Millstream

  3. Former Mill Island with remains of a campfire and timber piles

  4. Former Mill Pond

  5. Right Arm River

  6. Green Arm River

The graphic above is reduced in size. You can get the full-sized map in two versions:

  1. The Fractal Mapper (TM) 8 version in FMP format, fully editable (2 MB), from the Jörðgarð website.

  2. As a JPG flat map of 1360 x 1020 Pixels (700 KB), available from the NBOS website at:

Both versions are released for personal and commercial use under the Open Game License Version 1.0a, which you can read on the Jörðgarð website at:

Next week: Valbjörn's Stead Ruins

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