If you are a real hardcore fan of the Legend of Zelda series that has spawned numerous hits on the Nintendo family of consoles, chances are you are also on the lookout for a range of new Zelda collectibles in order to decorate your home with it. If you love all things to do with maps, then surely you would be pleased as punch to check out this new map of Hyrule.
This is no ordinary Hyrule map, since it is laser etched on a piece of wood thanks to designer Alex Griendling. Measuring 24” x 18”, the birch plywood panel will boast of a Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time variant of Hyrule designed and illustrated by Griendling himself. Unfortunately for the horde of Zelda fans out there, there will only be 10 of these puppies made available to the masses, so the proverb of the early bird getting the worm applies here, pronto!
Expect to check out notable details such as Hylian captions for the items and surprises including Lord Jabu-Jabu in Zora’s Fountain, and the Royal Family’s tomb in the Kakariko Village Graveyard on this laser etched map. The asking price for one of these bad boys? $190 a pop, in addition to a $15 shipping and handling fee.