Every map should have an overlook labeled "Cliffs of Insanity"
Much more revealling. To my mind however, B/F are mismatched. If B is a tree, F is not a stump (unless it's a HUGE stump), and if F is a stump, B is not a tree. Stll, not bad overall.
F was a hugeass tree. They pissed off the local druids when it was cut down.
Of what are the heaps heaped?
The only thing I wasn't sure about in the earlier version was the the dark arch shapes below. I was guessing they were cave entrances, but they also looked like hills, barrow mounds ect.
Alex: The rubble of the great keep that used to stand in the courtyard.
But where is Curly's Gold?
I have a feeling I know where those nymph statues came from.......
Much easier to understand.
Very cool Jeff! Makes the choices more choosy. Plus, I still retain my mental image from the first trip, so good all round.
Exactly the sort of thing I'd need to make decisions - awesome. One question: is the castle at the top or bottom of the cliff? (I know how it goes at Tintagel (not the way I'd've assumed) but Dundagel might be different)Captchaword; ramillot. Ovine King Arthur's royal court?
You can tell from the elevation lines that it must be at the top, otherwise the sea would pour into it.The heaps do look a little midden-heapy, more than the toppled stones of an ancient castle, but I guess anyone who's actually been to Dundagel will know what they stand for.
@john - the cliffs of insanity are not connected to the mound on which the castle rests, the little white gap makes it ambiguous - I'm asking if they lead up or down from the castle