The Bison King wrote:I don't know what those marks mean or how they're supposed to sound. I'm ok with removing them from the XML, but if they are important I can always re-insert them into the map.
I'm fine with what ever way you want to do it.
I'll just add the accents back in.
No, that was done intentionally to make it clear that the river was not an impasse for Egyptian territories.
Well you do have the territory names going across the Nile, so that shouldn't be a problem. You can place army circles there so that the numbers are not hard to see. You know people will complain about it, so let's fix it now. Do it one way or the other, we just need to make sure the numbers are easy to see.
Once these couple of things are done I'll get this stamped for you.
Edit: Checked the small, same issue with Cairo and Luxor. Everything else looks good, and unless I missed something, once you fixed these minor problems You'll get the stamp!!
Well, I'm not so sure people will complain about it. One of the complaints I've heard about Africa 2 is that some of the territories with rivers running through them are a little confusing. I think putting the numbers and name on the river is a way of making it as clear as possible that the river does not effect these regions. Now the clarity thing I totally understand, however I hate
army circles. I used one on Celtic Nations and I kind of wished I hadn't. Instead I tried cutting the river away where the numbers will go. This way the numbers can sit across the river clearly. You can view this below. I hope this solution is satisfactory, if not we can figure something else out.