Suggested improvements to map
I realise it must be hard to obtain maps at all but in this article it would be good to have the map match the text (copied below), so that the reader can look from the text to the map to find the features discussed.
None of the features mention in the paragraph below are labelled on the map and some aren't included as its not topographic. I'd suggest a larger portion of the seas be shown, so they can each be labelled, the Stepstones should be labelled (on the map you can sort of see one thing that might be a step stone) and it would be good if it was topographic so the Red Mountains could be shown, along with the ways through them. The detailed map in the article on The North is an example of what might be useful. Obviously, I have no map skills or I'd do it.
Dorne is bordered by the Sea of Dorne to the north, the islands known as the Stepstones to the east, and the Summer Sea to the south. Stretched between them is the mountain range known as the Red Mountains, which separates Dorne from the remainder of the Seven Kingdoms by land. There are only two major passes though the Red Mountains, connecting Dorne with the rest of the continent by land, the Stone Way Pass and the Prince's Pass. The Prince’s Pass leads to the Reach, while the Boneway exits the mountains near Summerhall.
Castellan 08:52, 19 February 2013 (UTC)