AndyDufresne wrote:As for the bridges---I like the style, though the color stands out.
the.killing.44 wrote: I still don't think they stand out enough on the map, though.
AndyDufresne wrote:Right, I can see what Incandenza is saying about the Meso-america bonus. It could probably go either way---I assume the current lean towards 3 reflects a desire for bonus diversity on the map (I.E. you have a bunch of two's already, and most likely didn't want to add another 2?). In addition to that, the map already seems to lean towards the higher bonus value (Chilean, Central Andes, Eastern Forest) so Meso-America probably has enough precedent for 3. But it is still something to consider, as Incandenza points out, because of it's starting position relative to other bonus zones.
Tisha wrote:oh, but the.killing.44 is only 14 so his post don't count?
Tisha wrote:AndyDufresne wrote:As for the bridges---I like the style, though the color stands out.
--Andythe.killing.44 wrote: I still don't think they stand out enough on the map, though.
oh, but the.killing.44 is only 14 so his post don't count?
Incandenza wrote:The north does appear to be the best place to start (if I can get M-A early enough, then I can snag Northern Andes and all of a sudden have a 9-terit 3-border +5), and by knocking the M-A bonus down a notch, it'll take some of the teeth out of it.
Industrial Helix wrote:I think the bridges are a step in the right direction... but something is missing with them. Perhaps they're too flat? Maybe if you approached them from a 3/4 view rather than straight above.
drunkmonkey wrote:I'm filing a C&A report right now. Its nice because they have a drop-down for "jefjef".
Tisha wrote:42 or 48 territories? someone decide for me..
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