Week 3 of 6MileHexMapOfEarth: Hellas, Creta, Thracia, Rhodus, et Phrygia
Unbeknownst to the rest of his companions, Ptolemy I Soter had the body of Alexander stolen away to be buried in Pella (hex 1399406; 40.76, 22.52) but the ship was (allegedly) lost at sea. His sarcophagus is actually sitting at the bottom of a lagoon off the coast of Crete and it’s filled with magical stuff (that will definitely kill you). The necromantically-energized corpse of Bucephalus will rise out of the water, neigh twice, and attack unless you do that clickity-clackity thing with the roof of your mouth and your tongue, and only if it’s just the way Alexander did it. Ask your referee for details.
This map was requested by Broodstrel Chris. Check out his DMs Guild Page here.
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