The World Map game board is part of the Core Set.
*Space not yet officially named.
-Identified as Bogota, Colombia by Tony Morgan's character sheet, but Bogota, Colombia is land-locked. Panama would have had the travel routes indicated on the map.
+Mark Harrigan starts in Space 14, but his bio mentions being led to Helsinki, which would technically be further south than the point indicated on the map. It is also not St. Petersburg, although this would justify its connection to the Trans Siberian Railroad. The closest actual city would be Oulu, Finland, but I could not justify this as a location relevant to the game world.
=Trish Scarborough starts in Space 16, but her Bio mentions her finding herself in the city of Krasnoyarsk, which would be further southwest than the point indicated on the map. The point on the map is arguably closer to Novosibirsk, which is a much larger city. Both Novosibirsk and Krasnoyarsk are stops on the Trans-Siberian Railroad.
~Marie Lambeau starts in Space 20, but her Bio mentions being "sent to" the Kingdom of Sarawak, which is clearly not the map location indicated. Makassar is a port city with hundreds of years of cultural importance to both the east and west as a center of trade, and is pretty much spot on with the point on the map. If you need to, just imagine Marie was on her way to Sarawak but the game starts before she arrived.
The list generally identifies locations by their current names (e.g. Uluru vs. Ayer's Rock, Alaska as a state in the US).
The map is a Robinson projection, which makes identifying coordinates in the extremities and in the Pacific transition very difficult compared to the more common Mercator (which makes distance less reliable but aids orientation).
The locations have been given the best fit to the nearest point of interest relevant to the game (e.g. transportation hubs, ports, sites of ritual or religious significance).
The Antarctica Map game board was released with the Mountains of Madness expansion.
|MO||Miskatonic Outpost||1||AN, LC, SM||Connects to World Map|
|LC||Lake Camp||1||MO, FW|
|FW||Frozen Waste||1||LC, CET|
|CET||City of the Elder Things||2||FW, PL|
|PL||Plateau of Leng||2||CET|
The Egypt Map game board was released with the Under the Pyramids expansion.
|AX||Alexandria||1||PY, SD||Connects to World Map|
|BP||The Bent Pyramid||1||PY|
|CA||Cairo||1||PY, 17||Connects to World Map|
|SD||The Sahara Desert||2||AX, 10||Connects to World Map|
|TA||Tel el-Amarna||2||PY, NR|
|NR||The Nile River||2||TA, HA||Connects to World Map|
The Dreamlands Map game board was released with The Dreamlands expansion.
|DY||Dylath-Leen||City||CL, MN, UL|
|EW||The Enchanted Wood||Wilderness||UL||Connects to World Map|
|MN||The Moon||Wilderness||DY||Connects to World Map|
|UW||The Underworld||Wilderness||UL||Connects to World Map|
|UL||Ulthar||City||EW, DY, UW|
|KD||Unknown Kadath||Wilderness||CL||Connects to World Map|