How to draw a pirate’s treasure map
In a map like this you will usually you find:
a. A desert island and a spot where you start.
b. A trail usually made out of dots.
c. Landmarks like:
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evidence of castaways
a native tribe
places where people live, for example a hut, a shed, a campsite or a village
perhaps wild and mythological animals
and creatures as sea monsters, bears, dragons, unicorns etc.
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You could give these places creepy, scary names:
‘Waterfall of the Final Frontier,
‘Jungle of Danger’,
‘Swamps of Terror’,
‘Viper Pass’, etc.
Just use your imagination.
d. A cross where the treasure is supposed to be.
e. Arrows for guidance on a side of the map pointing
North, South, East and West.
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f. Helpful mermaids and dolphins
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When you have finished with your map
you can make it look much older
You can roll it up in a scroll
and tie some ribbon or some string around it.
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