The creativity of the Zelda fandom continues to blow us away. Today's offering is a rather detailed map, made in Inkarnate, a web-based cartography tool that people use to make worlds for their tabletop RPG campaigns, that's a miniature recreation of the Light World from A Link to the Past.

The artist behind the map, Reddit user InspiraSean86 (very good name, by the way), says that the Dark World map will follow soon — but, in the meantime, let's appreciate the attention to detail contained within this one, which you can check out in full 4K here.

Inkarnate is a tool that provides ready-made assets to the map-maker, whether that's trees, rocks, or buildings, and you can see a lot of that in InspiraSean86's version, from the green outposts in the swamp area to the waterfalls in Zora's Domain. But when it comes to combining assets to create buildings like the Palace and the Sanctuary, InspiraSean86 has managed to make pretty convincing versions of the places we all know and love — even if we're well aware that the Palace does not, in fact, have wood flooring.

If anyone's planning on taking this map to do their own Zelda-themed campaign, you should definitely let us (and InspiraSean86!) know in the comments... and if you wanted to invite us, well, we can bring snacks. Also, make sure to check out the r/ZeldaTabletop subreddit, where you're sure to find like-minded nerds!