Victor Sullivan wrote:No love for your Newsletter boss? *chuckles*
Anywho, I like the new design, though I don't think you need it that huge. I think you could easily scale it down.
lostatlimbo wrote:I'm still not understanding what makes this a White House map. You have conquer club players mixed with presidents, but they could be placed in any setting. What makes this unique to the white house?
lostatlimbo wrote:And why are there random impassable lines in each room?
lostatlimbo wrote:There is an election coming up. It might be interesting to have a map where you have to gain electoral votes for troops with the goal of winning the oval office?
lostatlimbo wrote:Just to throw out another idea for you to mull over... what if you had areas for all the Cabinet members and received bonuses for holding them in succession? (As in, you get more troops the higher up the chain you go, but don't if you lose someone at the bottom?)
There are roughly 25 notable positions you could use:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Sta ... _officials
You could also have the White House Chief of Staff, Deputy Chief of Staff, Chief of Staff to the VP, etc.
I understand you are struggling with the theme, but that's why I'm throwing ideas out to help stoke some inspiration.
Vice President of the United States
Joseph R. Biden
Department of State
Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton
Department of the Treasury
Secretary Timothy F. Geithner
Department of Defense
Secretary Leon E. Panetta
Department of Justice
Attorney General Eric H. Holder, Jr.
Department of the Interior
Secretary Kenneth L. Salazar
Department of Agriculture
Secretary Thomas J. Vilsack
Department of Commerce
Acting Secretary Dr. Rebecca M. Blank
Department of Labor
Secretary Hilda L. Solis
Department of Health and Human Services
Secretary Kathleen Sebelius
Department of Housing and Urban Development
Secretary Shaun L.S. Donovan
Department of Transportation
Secretary Ray LaHood
Department of Energy
Secretary Steven Chu
Department of Education
Secretary Arne Duncan
Department of Veterans Affairs
Secretary Eric K. Shinseki
Department of Homeland Security
Secretary Janet A. Napolitano
The following positions have the status of Cabinet-rank:
White House Chief of Staff
Environmental Protection Agency
Administrator Lisa P. Jackson
Office of Management & Budget
Jacob J. Lew, Director
United States Trade Representative
Ambassador Ronald Kirk
United States Ambassador to the United Nations
Ambassador Susan Rice
Council of Economic Advisers
Or what if you had newly passed federal laws as starting positions. Each player must gain support in the white house, but the player who conquers the Oval Office could veto (bombard) the laws?
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