nolefan5311 wrote:In the legend I think D.C. needs to list what regions assault it. As is, it looks like its just placed on top of the interstate, and not necessarily in the assault path. You might also make it border both Annapolis and Richmond.
dc currently borders baltiomore and richmond. a further connection to annapolis is logical because of its proximity.
nolefan5311 wrote:Additionally, the Maryland bonus can probably be increased by 1.
nolefan5311 wrote:Wyoming is abnormally shaped. I know it's this way to make things fit, but its longer than it is tall, and it's the opposite on the map. Is there something that can be done about that?
if we remove cody, which has a population of only 9,500 and doesn't sit at an important intersection, then the name label for casper can be moved to the left, with casper's troop circle and the entire bottom half of wyoming, including the border, being moved upward.
nolefan5311 wrote:Suggested bonus changes (in addition to Wyoming and Nebraska mentioned by ian above):
Florida needs to be reduced to a +4.
Georgia actually seems a little low with the airport connection there now.
Texas needs to be reduced to a +5
Iowa needs to be reduced by 1.
Michigan could probably be reduced by 1 as well.
Alaska at +4 is too high. It still only has 2 ways to attack in, and one of those is a killer neutral (which still needs to be indicated on the map).
Hawaii can probably be reduced to a +1 since the only way to attack in is Honolulu
agreed in both cases. in hawaii's case, i don't think it ought to have more cities than oregon, which has three times the population and is also larger in area. good catches on the other states mentioned above.