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The Black Shroud

FFXIV Maps: The Black Shroud


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Region   Central   East   North   South

The Black Shroud is the forest region located outside the city of Gridania. It is one of the three starting regions and is divided into four areas, which are East, Central, North and South Shroud. Each area has its own distinct features and is designed for a different level range.

The region is home to the Sylph beast tribe and their lightning based primal Ramuh. Odin is also thought to be lurking around the region. The region connected to the Thanalan in the south and Coerthas in the north.

We ask that you do not link directly to these maps as they use a lot of bandwidth. Instead please link people to this page. Clicking on a map will give you a larger version.

Map of The Black Shroud in FFXIV: A Realm Reborn
Click for a larger version.


The Black Shroud ARR Screenshots


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The Black Shroud 1.0


Before the destruction of the world by Bahamut at the end of the Seventh Umbral Era the region of The Black Shroud looked very different. We feel this may be interesting to some players so the map can be found below along with a few screenshots.

Map of The Black Shroud in 1.0


The Black Shroud 1.0 Screenshots


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Xenor
Sep 06, 2013 - 19:03:52 | Location: Durham, United Kingdom

Ok I have applied a fix for this. If it's still small when you click the map it's probably because your browser is caching the old Javascript.
 
Xenor
Sep 06, 2013 - 17:54:34 | Location: Durham, United Kingdom

Apologies for this. I changed the code that expands the images to a newer version and it seems it limits the image size. The large image is much bigger than this and you can see the names. If I can't change the way the expand works I will just make it open in a new window when clicked.
 
Anonymous
Sep 05, 2013 - 17:07:42 | Location: Nowhere, In a Box

so.. you cant read the map; what about uploading a map where you can read the names of the areas?