cheesefries25 wrote:Why are the airport territories one way attacking? Phuket can attack Bangkok but not Chiang Mai?
I understand this reasoning for the boat connections but I don't get the logic in not connecting all the airports.
Actually the main reason why we had the airports in both CM & Phuket connect to BKK is because 1) i would say about at least 95% of flights from CM to Phuket or from Phuket to CM actually do connect to BKK first and 2) To show the dominance of Bangkok for what it really is... BKK runs Thailand and that is that, the next largest city in Thailand is Chiang Mai (Thats where i live) and it cannot even measure to the influence BKK has on Thailand.
But gameplay wise, i haven't heard anyone complain about this actually destroying their games so i would say just lets see how it goes thru this BETA phase and if there are more people with issues maybe then it could be changed.
Predatorius wrote:Minor suggestion: I would rename 'HTMS Chakri Narubet' to 'Royal Thai Navy' or similar. Most people would have no idea where to look for that territory, but if you name it somehting with 'navy' or 'fleet' or whatever in the name then people know to look in the blue stuff.
Its called the HTMS.. Its the only Thai navy ship Thailand has i believe... it is called what it is called, look at pearl harbor, i am not very good with the names of all the boats but sometimes you just have to take a second and look where the terts are... just my opinion..
For the same reason I would not use the Thai name for the regions (Phak Nuea, Phak Klang, etc.), that makes it harder to see which regions they relate to. So I'd go just with the English translation of those: North, North-East, Central, South. You're already using 'West' And East' for the remaining regions instead of the Thai names for those.
First we went with just the NE, CENTRAL, SOUTH like what you said above, then FD and others wanted it to have more of a "Thai" feel for the names in the key and that is when we made the switch.. the main reason if i remember why we didn't have the for east & west is because both are kind of long in Thai... Phak Tawaandok and Phak Tawaanook.. spelling is prob not correct i am just sounding the word out in my head but they are kinda long... maybe wait for FD to comment on this one