Marvaddin wrote:zim wrote:Marvaddin;
Let me make sure I've got it before redrawing. Your recommendation is to keep the Andes subcontinent but to adjust it to include Chile, Bolivia, Peru, and Colombia. Ecuador would become 'neutral'. Second sub-continent is Plata with Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay and 'southern' Brazil (currrently Brasillia but to be renamed Parana. Northern Brazil (Amazonas), Guyanas and Venuezuala would be neutral. If I've got it, I like it. Let me know if I've got it right and I'll update the borders.
My recommendation, if two continents, is Plata and Amazon. If you want to maintain Andes, it should be Argentina (but it will be in Plata), Chile, Bolivia, Peru, Equador and Colombia. Plata is Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, and Southern Brail, but not as it is now, if so we need change Brazil split. If you want Amazon, it needs Venezuela, Colombia, Peru, Amazonas, Bolivia, and I will confirm if Ecuador will be part too.
Marvaddin, I think two is the right way to go; so Plata and Amazon it is.
Plata with Arrentina, Uruguagy, Paraguay and a newly drawn Southern Brazil called Parana.
Amazon with Venezuela, Colombia, Peru, Bolivia, Amazonas and Ecuador (I checked and whether we use the extent of the forest or the river basin both touch Ecuador). As an aside, if we choose the river basin as the definition Venezuela becomes neutral, do you think this is better or worse?
Can you let me know how you'd recommend drawing the Amazonas/Parana split?
happysadfun wrote:I still think it would be good to have the Tawantinsuyu.
Happysadfun, I'm not wedded to the Amazonas/Plata split, however my current thinking is to defer to Marvaddin's local knowledge. If you think Tawantinsuyu is a better answer let us know how you'd split things into it and a second subterritory leaving some 'neutrals' and we'll see if we can find a consensus.