Map Size: 4.06 + 4.02 + 4.06 + 4.14 + 6.02 + 4.01 + 4.03 + 4.02 + 6.04 + 4.03 + 4.01 + 4.02 + 4.05 + 5.03 = 61.54 + 7.39 (Part 0: the missing part) = 69 hours and 33 minutes.
In the comment section of Part 1 of How Big is the Map of Daggerfall an observant viewer (and also Youtuber) called Travor Payne wrote this: “There’s arrows at the bottom that let you go to the side even more, revealing even more villages to the south. So you didn’t start anywhere near the very bottom right unfortunately.” And he was right!! In the first part I didn’t start at the furthest corner of the Map. So I have to make this part, the missing part, Part 0. In this video I start at the place where you can’t even walk further. At the beginning of this video I show you that there is an invisible wall. That’s the point where I start my journey. Then I walk to the place where I started the journey in Part 1. This is the missing part. So if we want to be precise we have to make a new calculation. How Big is Daggerfall? Here’s the calculation: 7.39 + 4.06 + 4.02 + 4.06 + 4.14 + 6.02 + 4.01 + 4.03 + 4.02 + 6.04+ 4.03 + 4.01 + 4.02 + 4.05 + 5.03 = 69 hours and 33 minutes. So here’s my last walk in Daggerfall. Now we really made it! Up to the next Big Map!!!