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Antonica | Faydwer | Odus | Kunark | Velious | Luclin | Planes


Zone Connection Maps

East Antonica
South Antonica
West Antonica



Qeynos Catacombs
Surefall Glade


The Arena
East Commonlands
Eastern Plains of Karana
The Feerrott
Gorge of King Xorbb
Highpass Hold
High Keep
Innothule Swamp
Jaggedpine Forest
Kithicor Forest
Lake Rathetear
Lavastorm Mountains
Lower Guk
Misty Thicket

Nagafen's Lair (a.k.a. Sol B)
Nektulos Forest
Northern Desert of Ro
Northern Plains of Karana
Oasis of Marr
Permafrost Keep
Qeynos Hills
Rathe Mountains
Runnyeye Citadel
Solusek's Eye (a.k.a. Sol A)
Southern Desert of Ro
Southern Plains of Karana
Temple of Solusek Ro
Upper Guk
West Commonlands
Western Plains of Karana

Zone Connection Map




Zone Connection Map





Erud's Crossing
Kerra Island
Stonebrunt Mountains
Toxxulia Forest
The Hole
The Warrens


Butcherblock Mountains
Castle Mistmoore
Dagnor's Cauldron
Estate of Unrest
Greater Faydark
Kedge Keep
Lesser Faydark
Ocean of Tears
Steamfont Mountains


Zone Connection Maps





Burning Wood
City of Mist
The Dreadlands
Emerald Jungle
The Field of Bone
Firiona Vie
Frontier Mountains
Howling Stones (a.k.a. Charsis)
Karnor's Castle

Kurn's Tower
Lake of Ill Omen

Mines of Nurga
The Overthere
Skyfire Mountains
Swamp of No Hope
Temple of Droga
Timorous Deep
Trakanon's Teeth
Veeshan's Peak
Warsliks Woods

Zone Connection Maps



Icewell Keep
Kael Drakkal


Cobalt Scar
Crystal Caverns
Dragon Necropolis
Eastern Wastes
The Great Divide
Iceclad Ocean
Siren's Grotto

Sleeper's Tomb
Temple of Veeshan
Tower of Frozen Shadow
Velketor's Labyrinth
Wakening Land
Western Wastes

Zone Connection Maps



The Bazaar
Katta Castellum
Sanctus Seru
Shadow Haven
Shar Vahl


Acrylia Caverns
Akheva Ruins
Dawnshroud Peaks
The Deep
Echo Caverns
Fungus Grove
The Grey
Grieg's End
Grimling Forest
Hollowshade Moor
Maiden's Eye

Marus Seru
Mons Letalis
Netherbian Lair
Paludal Caverns
Scarlet Desert
Shadeweaver's Thicket
Ssraeshza Temple
Tenebrous Mountains
Twilight Sea
Umbral Plains
Vex Thal

Plane of Sky
Plane of Fear
Plane of Growth

Plane of Hate
Plane of Mischief
Bastion of Thunder
Crypt of Terris Thule (a.k.a. Plane of Nightmare B)
Doomfire, the Burning Lands (a.k.a. Plane of Fire)
Drunder, Fortress of Zek (a.k.a. Plane of Tactics)
Eryslai the Kingdom of Wind (a.k.a. Plane of Air)
Halls of Honor
Plane of Disease
Plane of Innovation
Plane of Justice
Plane of Knowledge
Plane of Nightmare

Plane of Storms
Plane of Time
Plane of Time B
Plane of Torment
Plane of Tranquility
Plane of Valor
Reef of Coirnav (a.k.a. Plane of Water)
Ruins of Lxanvom (a.k.a. Crypt of Decay)
Temple of Marr (a.k.a. Halls of Honor B)
Tower of Solusek Ro
Vegarlson the Earthen Badlands (a.k.a. Plane of Earth)
Ragrax, Stronghold of the Twelve (a.k.a. Plane of Earth B)

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History of EQAtlas

Muse, the creator of the original EQAtlas.com and author of all the maps, stopped creating maps for the site during the Planes of Power era (his last map being the Plane of Knowledge). Eclipsed by the in-game cartography system introduced in the Legacy of Ykesha expansion, the atlas slowly faded out of use as the years progressed. Muse continued to provide minimal updates to the site, including posting of several in-game maps upon user request. The last time he updated the site was in Feburary of 2005.

Sometime in the autumn of 2009, some internal coding for the advertisements on the site seemed to break. Every page began to display unsightly code-related output and it appeared that the site was on its last legs. Unfortunately, this was true, as the site went down in full sometime in early November.

While the info on the EQAtlas may be inferior to what is present on sites like Allakhazams (and the maps no longer used by the average EverQuest player), the site held special significance for all of the players on Al'Kabor, the Macinosh EverQuest server. With expansions only up to Planes of Power, the Al'Kabor server is unique in the fact that it does not have an in-game mapping system at all; many of the players heavily rely on the these now-ancient maps for day-to-day navigation. Thus, the final death of the site was a big loss to many.

Myself and others on the server have been interested in providing a mirror for the atlas for some time now. Multiple attempts were made to contact Muse, but he seems to have stopped checking that particular e-mail address years ago. Luckily, Biertrinker of EQMac.com saved a copy of the site during the months prior to its death. After laboring to clean up all of the advertisement code out of all of the pages, he sent everything to me so that I could provide a mirror of the site here. In the absence of the original site, this mirror will remain online for free for any to use. If this site helps you in your Norrathian travels, please remember to give your thanks to Biertrinker!

Years ago, Muse created a PDF version of the site and posted it for sale. That way, ambitious users could print out all of the maps and have them handy when they were already in-game. The store, hosted at esellerate.net, still appears to be working at the time of this writing (November 24th, 2009). Presumably, all of the profits from this store would still go to Muse, wherever he is. The link to the store is at the top right-hand corner of the page; if you enjoy the atlas, consider purchasing the PDFs as a means of helping out the original author.

Changes from the Original

I made a few minor changes from the original, as follows:

  • Fixed the "Get Muse's Maps PDF" link to the correct location.
  • Removed the Kunark/Velious/Luclin/Planes subdirectories and changed the links accordingly.
  • All of the advertisment code is removed (props to Biertrinker for this).
  • The links to the Korean/Chinese versions are taken out.
  • The link to the cartography maps is taken out.
  • All Ykesha zones (and the links to them) have been removed, since that expansion doesn't exist on Al'Kabor.
  • The contact info for Muse at the bottom of the main page has been removed, although it remains for every individual zone page.
  • Reverted the Gukta page back to the Grobb page (which I found at the Internet Archive) and updated the main page accordingly. It appears that Muse never created a new map for Gukta, only a new legend, which is lucky because I can't retrieve any map files from the archive. =)
  • Added maps for every zone that was missing from various other sites on the internet, mostly Graffe's Wizard Compilation, EQStratics.com, JeuxOnLine, and EQ as told by Dagon.

    - Zamiel