InkL0sed wrote:What would you use as impassables? Roads? 'Cause, you know, mountains are out of the question -- seeing as any one mountain is bigger than the entire country!
CatfishJohnson wrote:they are the leading consumer of chocolate, maybe chocolate rivers lol
Ruben Cassar wrote:What I am sure is that Luxembourg is by far the richest country on the planet on a per capita basis.
RjBeals wrote:Ruben Cassar wrote:What I am sure is that Luxembourg is by far the richest country on the planet on a per capita basis.
I know Iceland is right up there as well.
And isn't Notre Dame in Luxembourg as well?
Ruben Cassar wrote:Notre Dame is a church in Paris, France. We need to work on your geography RJ. :p
t-o-m wrote:is the colour scheme/pallet blue?
im not too sure about the blue, but obviously its just a first draft,
when are you going to add the terit lines? i dont like the way that its kinda floating, i would prefer it to be in context, i.e. having the other boardering countries visible
also i dont like the way that youve got a big cont, really big compared to the rest, and then a really small one - will that work or not??
t-o-m wrote:Ruben Cassar wrote:The small one is Luxembourg City...the neutral. Regions are divided according to real life borders.
is luxembourg city a cont. or a terit?
Unit_2 wrote:Make it more of a king theme, its the only place left that still has a Grand Duke.
- bright colours (gold/dark red royal colours)
- hings like that maybee??
Ruben Cassar wrote:Besides what do those things mean anyway? Gold? Crowns? What use can they be on the map and what do they have to do with Luxembourg?
ZeakCytho wrote:Ruben Cassar wrote:Besides what do those things mean anyway? Gold? Crowns? What use can they be on the map and what do they have to do with Luxembourg?
I agree with you completely here. Those things are unnecessary clutter on the map. I think that the graphics on this should be clean and simple. The fact that this map has so few territories is great; I sometimes get sick of playing Doodle Earth, so another tiny map would be nice as an alternative.
I can't wait to see the next version!
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