thenobodies80 wrote:Oneyed, remember to make this map very very special and unique.
thenobodies80 wrote:We already have this map http://maps.conquerclub.com/Europe_1914b.L.jpg and it's a solid rock of CC, so if you want to add a similar map (at least for what concerns the zone represented) be sure to create something people will want to play. You can't pretend people won't make a comparision.
thenobodies80 wrote:It's just an advice....I'm not saying the map is shit...far from me. I can see some interesting concepts into it, but I bet many on the site will say:
thenobodies80 wrote:"Oh no, another europe map!"
I think you get what I mean.
is area so important? not unique bonuses or gameplay?
koontz1973 wrote:Size of map itself, you will never get 88s in some territs and 888s go over each other in places. So a redraw will be needed for some territs. I know this as I checked.
koontz1973 wrote:A.M. the 88 does not fit into the territ, the 888 will go over Serbia. This is not the only place. Their are quite a few other.
Oneyed wrote:koontz1973 wrote:...ok but plenty of maps are tested only by 88s.
cairnswk wrote:Oneyed. All maps for some years now have the 888 test applied, it has become the standard test, not the 88 one. this is because some players choose to use the cololur indicator in front of the digits i.e. g88
88s are used only for centering digits on army circles.
If an 888 digit writes over the name of territory or another 888 or other important information on the map, then it must be adjusted somehow.
Arama86n wrote:I see no Map medal, so this would be your first? That's a really impressive start for your first map, and I'm sure there are many that won't mind another WWI map, not like their are dozens to choose from.
Keep at it
Btw I *really* like the map visually, it's very attractive. I'll have to indulge in the specifics of game play at a later date, don't have time tonight.
There were four main landing forces:
Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZACs)
the British 29th Division
the French Oriental Expeditionary Corps
the Royal Naval Division.
The total number of men to be landed was about 75,000.
These troops came from:
Britain – with Regiments formed in England, Scotland, Ireland
the British Empire – mainly from Australia and New Zealand,
but with troops also from Newfoundland, Ceylon (the English
Planters’ Rifle Corps), India (the Indian Mule Cart Corps),
France and some African colonial troops from Algeria,
Morocco, Senegal; and
Palestine – Russian and Syrian Jewish refugees (the Zion
from http://www.cityofart.net/bship/deutsch.html#baseGermany had three dockyards: at Kiel and Wilhelmshaven, and a much smaller facility at Danzig. The High Seas Fleet made its home port at Wilhelmshaven, Germany's principal North Sea base, on the Jade Bay near Hamburg.
As Italy entered the war on 23 May 1915, the situation of her forces in the colonies was critical. Italian Somaliland was far from being pacified, and in Cyrenaica the Italian forces were confined to some separated points on the coast. In Tripolitania and Fezzan, the story has a different beginning. In August 1914 the Italian forces reached Ghat, that is, conquered most of western Libya. But in November 1914, this advance turned into a general retreat, and on 7 April and 28 April, they suffered two reverses at Wadi Marsit (near Mizda) and al-Qurdabiya (near Sirte) respectively. By August 1915, the situation in Tripolitania was similar to that of Cyrenaica. The conquest of Libya was not resumed until January 1922.
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