Kaplowitz wrote:I think you should mix up the resource pairs a little bit. Like have some in different continents to make it a little more interesting.
For example put the PHL Port in like KTN or something.
Kaplowitz wrote:I meant like switch the colors a bit so that the matching ports+minerals are not in the same continent for some cases.
but i forgot accuracy!
Coleman wrote:As I said in qwert's topic. I can't see photobucket at my present location, the only thing I know for sure I can see is imageshack.us images. So while I suspect this is moveable, I need to wait tell I have time at a photobucket friendly location.
Sorry about the delay.
Night Strike wrote:The rails between SYD and NWC are nearly impossible to see.
what colour?Several of the normal lines in the bottom right are really skinny,
that is tasmanian rail and i think you must be blind if you can see that orange...or are you talking about the south australian red.and orange is almost washed out.
Night Strike wrote:Sorry, I wasn't clear. Both Tas Rail and Vic Rail have very skinny normal lines compared to the other colors (by the way, I'm defining normal as the non-long distance lines).
By washed out, I was meaning the orange line in the ocean is partially covered by the dark ocean color. The color itself is just fine.
oaktown wrote:welcome to the foundry, yet again.
Question - to get the mineral-port bonus, do you just have to hold the two territories, or do you have to connect them? Because connecting them would make more sense, as the idea is that you're getting the goods to the port, but there are many, many possible routes in which you could connect them.
edbeard wrote:I'm not sure if you guys are on the same page.
This is my interpretation
1. Oaktown was wondering if players needed to 'connect' the ports to their Minerals by holding rail stations that make a line from Port to Mineral
2. cairswk thought he was talking about making the ports connect to each other?
I could be way off base but that's what I think you guys were talking about.
Either way, I don't like either of these ideas. 1. would be very difficult to do XML wise unless you specified the path. 2. is outside the realm of a 'rail' map
edbeard wrote:so you need to hold that direct path to get the bonus? In a couple places, it is possible to hold both the M and P territories AND connect them, but not via a direct path. Are you intending these NOT to count for a bonus?
I don't think you would be able to since the XML would probably be horrendous in a couple cases.
edbeard wrote:I think you're misunderstanding me.
I was asking if you needed specific routes (which you have provided) because in some cases, you can connect the mineral and port without taking those paths which you have specified. But, I'm guessing you will write these paths onto a legend so there is no confusion.
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