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Sure. This original Greyhawk map, also known as the "Darlene" map; has a scale of 1 hex = 30 miles per the World of Greyhawk Glossography from the 1e boxed set: Each map hexagon is 10 leagues across (30 miles). Travel rates are given in miles per day. It's about 4 hexes from Dyvers to Greyhawk, so that's about 120 miles. For more maps and info you ...


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Here's the big version of one of the maps you linked to. Zoom in to 100% resolution and you'll see the scale: 1 hex = 65 miles. This map was included with the D&D 3rd Edition Living Greyhawk Gazetteer, so it's about as official as any source you're going to find. Note that the political boundaries represent the world as it looks like after the classic ...


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Though the magical battle between members of the Circle of Eight on the day of the signing of the Great Treaty in Greyhawk City is mentioned in passing in the From the Ashes boxed set, it's the 2e adventure Return of the Eight that has most of the information on it and on the mages, including full stats on Jallarzi, Tenser, Warnes Starcoat, and Theodain ...


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Start with Wikipedia, which will give you some info on the Circle of Eight. Use the footnotes for further research. I'm not too familiar with the term "War of the Archmages". The mages of the Circle of Eight fought during the Greyhawk Wars. The definitive resource for that is the Greyhawk Wars boxed set. It is fairly expensive on Ebay. Unfortunately I ...



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