Solus wrote:Are the dotted lines like harbors or something? (just a question not saying its bad)
thegeneralpublic wrote:That river chunk in Campo Grande looks out of place...perhaps connect it to the nearby river (regardless of actual river placement) and add a bridge?
edbeard wrote:General Comments:
Bonuses - I used the general formula that many people use, but a few borders have changed since I did it and Marv suggested perhaps dropping Brazilian Highlands and Amazon by 1.
Chubut/Buenos Aires. Right now they have a border but they could easily not making Pampas another 4 territory with 2 borders continent. Thoughts?
There's another river in Brazil that we could add to give another impassable border between Xingu and Maranhao (and possibly Goias too). Personally I don't think it's a good idea but maybe others think it is needed. To me it seems like that would just make holding that top right area too easy.
Water routes. I'm not happy with them at the moment. I have to say doing the route from Ceara to Suriname has probably been the most annoying thing I've had to do in quite a while (and it still looks like crap). I like how the dots look in general, but I think dashed lines might be much easier at this point. Any suggestions for how to do this (dots) easily are welcome. If not I'll switch to dashed lines.
You might notice that Suriname actually encompasses both Suriname and French Guiana. We could make the French Guiana area a dead area, but I think that would just give more questions.
Andes: Marv thought about making it quite a large continent with 10 or 11 territories. I personally like how we have it now, but what do y'all think?
mibi wrote:I dont like the 'shading', its extraneous and not executed very well.
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