The Wasteland Maps
As an introduction to this map museum, I must give credit to Nishan Hossepian,
one of creators of the game Wasteland, who programmed a bunch of the maps
for the game. He visited the HQ-Grid back in 1996 and was quite impressed
that there is such a great fan following of this game he helped to create.
Feel free to send me any more of Hossepian's creations for all to see on the
Map of The Wasteland
Here it is! It is the complete map of the Wasteland as seen in the game,
as scanned in and with annotations by
Alexander J. Pirchl,
the honored Austrian
Ranger. No Ranger will want to be without this map of the Wasteland! But
a spoiler alert first--not all areas on the map can be seen at the beginning of
the game (especially the radioactive ones)....
Map of Highpool
Austrian Ranger Pirchl has once again used his talents from Map Skills/Geography
101 trainer in Ranger School (c.f. Tales From the
Wasteland) in compiling the complete map for HighPool, usually any
brave ranger party's first exploration. This map also has spoilers to locations
not readily seen... Many thanks to Alexander for his excellent "drawing."
Map of the Agricultural Center
Here is Pirchl's map of the Agricultural Center.
Map of the Rail Nomad Camp
Here is Pirchl's map of the Rail Nomad Camp. Be sure to skyrocket your
gambling skill in the Casino Car!
Map of the Mines near Quartz
Here is a map of the Mines near Quartz. Happy silver mining!
(Oct.2.1998 -- Thanks to Ranger Stephen Roark for supplying this map!)
Map of Quartz
Here is Pirchl's map of the wonderful town of Quartz, home of Mayor Pedros.
Don't forget to visit the graveyard!
Wasteland and all Wasteland artwork are Copyright © 1986-88 Interplay
Productions, Inc. All rights reserved. Image annotations added to
original artwork by various image editors.
Fountain of Dreams --
End Stats --
Last updated September 25 AD 1999
Bernard Assaf [e-mail]