Sorry for the long delay in response.
so your USA map from 20th century will have only 13 states? ofcourse you can divide "your" map as you can, but then it would has a little with reality and history... but why then you call map Medieaval Britain if it has a little with medieaval era?
MY GOD I will change the name back to Feudal England if only to get you to shut up about what is "medieval" enough for you.
THAT BEING SAID, I like that map you posted and if I continue with this idea I'll be sure to take it into consideration.
It wasn't me! It was the one-eyed man! trollolol..
WTF? who are you and what is this supposed to mean?
The small version, and this is where you will need to use some of that creative thinking. When I say creative thinking, you can try to think about some things.
Lose a territ or two if needed.
Resize and reshape all territs to fit the new size.
Text, although it is nice to have a map that is identical to the large map, that has now been overruled.
The current guidelines for this are 630/600, this you already know. You can use some extra (50 more only) and only if you really need to. If you find the need to go larger, then you need to PM nobodies for that permission. But I will say that if he can find a way to do it, you will not get it. Might be an idea to think about the small map now and how you will get it all in.
I know this is not what you want to hear, but it is what I have to get you to do.
You're right this isn't what I want to hear and I know that you know how I feel about this but I will reiterate for the sake of those who were not part of that conversation.Allowing super-sized maps but restricting their small versions to the standard 630x600 is the absolute stupidest policy ever. It completely negates any sort of benefit to having a super-sized map. It effectively makes super-sizing completely and utterly pointless.
I seriously can not over emphasize what a F*cking stupid policy that is.
I'm probably not going to continue working on this idea because I'm sick and tired of foundry bullshit. What was the point of opening up that foundry re-organization sub-forum if you aren't going to listen to us???? I'm sick of it. You guys are constantly in a state of making bad decisions.
I do really like this idea so I might try and cram it into 630x600 if I can add the +50 but even then I don't know. Permitting I can get it to fit it's still a toss up whether or not I'll have the drive to wade through the bullshit of getting this finished.
Just seen this map, think it could be great to play Bison King. And many thanks to yourself and Oneyed on the effort to get the history of England so accurate.
I believe Cumbria was pretty much under Northumbrian rule by 700, in reality if not by name. Cornwall is trickier, they had a king till around 900 I think. But Wessex's influence was strong. I don't think that any map set after 900 would be taking a big liberty by including Cumbria in a Northumbria region and Cornwall in Wessex for gameplay reasons. I would question Windor as a castle though if it's going to be Anglo Saxon? It's right next to London in reality and was only first there after 1066.
Thank you, but we are going the Norman direction, however I did shift Windsor a bit West. I was told it was one of the oldest castles in England so I really wanted to fit it in.
quiet like this map, wouldnt mind having it a bit smaller but really like the bonus system, think it could be a good game to play
Bless you're heart.