The Bison King wrote:8 for 5 would make it a really important bonus but it might be to hard to take and would be ignored until the end game.
Why does Powys start neutral, and not, for example, Devon? It seems the Cornwall bonus would be a better candidate for a bonus drop block.
Ah, I see. Well, 7p games would start with a lot of neutrals with 27 deployable territories; that's about the worst of the danger. If you don't like that, you can add another territory somewhere. It's also possible that the possibility of dropping 1 bonus isn't so bad
though I don't know that there's another map this small that allows for that so easily.
The Bison King wrote:though I don't know that there's another map this small that allows for that so easily.
I would increase Stonehenge's starting neutral to at least 3, quite possibly 4.
What about having both Devon and Powys start neutral? That way it takes the place of dropping a bonus' on either.
I am perfectly for adding a territory to Cornwall if you think it'll fit. That'd solve the aforementioned 27 problem.
If you change Lugo-Finistere to Lugo-Celtic Sea, it'll be possible to defend Galicia with just Asturias and Celtic Sea, so a -1 on the latter might be useful to keep a Galician player on his toes defensively.
I don't think Scotland would be worth +4 even if you did add another territory.
if the sea routes are definite, maybe you can try to do them a little crooked...
If your looking for another territory in Cornwall, you could add The Scilly Isles, just off the West Coast of Cornwall (about 26 miles) Its Celtic name was Ynysek Syllan
So how are they going to fit in??
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