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Just watched the movie a few days ago and I wonder is there a map of some kind showing the world as it is now? (from the books or the actual movie)

We do see a lot of different maps in the movie itself, but I'm interested in a map of the entire world that is set in the age of the Mortal Engines. Only think i was able to find comes from here.

  • Movie or books? Or would you be interested in either? – Rand al'Thor Feb 11 at 10:24
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    Either map would suffice. i get a feeling that the movie veered off a bit from the books, but dont they always... – Cherubel Feb 11 at 12:20
  • I haven't watched the movie, so can't say. Just wondered if you really wanted to be so restrictive in the question - I suspect there's more material about the books than the movie. – Rand al'Thor Feb 11 at 12:21
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    There is an artist on DeviantArt who specializes in maps who has made one or two world maps of their own based on the books deviantart.com/lowtuff/art/… and deviantart.com/lowtuff/art/… Not posting as an answer as it's not official/canon. – TylerH Feb 12 at 15:49
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There are several "world maps" seen in the Mortal Engines film.

This from near the Command Centre

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and this found inside the London Museum

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This map was used in some of the pre-visualisation materials (for marketing).

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The map can be found in the London Museum featurette. It would be better for anyone to produce a world map, which can be translated into what it looked like in space.

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    Whilst this is technically an answer to "is there a map" it would be a lot better if you could find an image of the map your are talking about and edit it into the answer. – TheLethalCarrot 2 days ago

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