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In a couple of months I will be mastering my first campaign and I would like to know if there are any goos free / cheap map editors, especially for world maps / open large areas. Better if they can work importing a raster map or using it as a background.
I know there are many nerds here so I asked, I hope you won't find this question inappropriate.
D&D 3.5 but it's not relevant as the maps are just... Maps to give some sense and direction to the campaign. I need them digital but printable, better if exportable in a standard image format and printable (far more comfortable at a table wrt the digital maps).
Thanks for the reply! CC3 looks awesome... its price too 30£ =~ 45€, not a small hit.
Fractal editors are cool but they usually generate overlands casually, I need something to mark nation boundaries and create political maps from a given physical one, possibly changing some of the terrain. I'm using a Mystara world map as base - it's the only available map that is both geographically reasonable and isn't a single Pangea-like big continent. I'm planning a D-Day style landing so it needs to be plausible.