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Legend of Zelda Wooden Hyrule Map: Dekur

by Lambert Varias
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Unlike the Lost Woods, this piece of wood will help you find your way around Hyrule. Made by Neutral Ground with the help of graphic designer Alex Griendling, Woodlands: Hyrule has the land of The Legend of Zelda laser-etched on an 18″ x 24″ wooden board.

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Neutral Ground sells the map for $195 (USD). Unsurprisingly, it’s first two editions have already sold out. You can contact the shop or follow them on Twitter if you want to know when the map will be back in stock.

[via GoNintendo]



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