Sven Hassel wrote:do you really want to do a 24 territory map, water represents 2/3 of the world, you could do a big map on this one because of the multitude of seas?
Tense wrote:Lake Victoria in South America and Lake Baykal in Russia, you have forgotten!
Perhaps they are too small? - imo no, just make them large enough.
The baltic sea, etc etc. There are lots of names of the part of the atlantic ocean than just the Atl 3. I guess you know that and have written so, somewhere.
yeti_c wrote:I'd consider putting the split down Middle-East and Indian Ocean... instead America-Asia...
AndyDufresne wrote:It'll be interesting to see how this idea goes...I've had high hopes for this one ever since it was started years ago! I'd like the map to have 30+ territories, but perhaps not the standard 42.
oaktown wrote:yeti_c wrote:I'd consider putting the split down Middle-East and Indian Ocean... instead America-Asia...
The debate over where to split the map was waged in Viscount Gort's previous thread on this topic. I invite you all to read the lengthy discussions on where to split the map.
In my version I have gone with the split that Gort ended up settling on, so by choosing this configuration I was hoping to save us the time and energy of rehashing an old discussion. Plus, this is the split that I initially suggested in that thread and continue to feel is the best for a number of reasons.
Sea currents are interesting, but wind currents would more accurately represent how ships can move about on oceans... trade winds that take you east in one direction and west in the other, one way attacks with the wind, etc. However, I'd like to keep this simple - plenty of folks are making complex maps, and I'd like to keep the funky game mechanics to a minimum.
klupar wrote:i don't think this has been brought up yet, but Alaska and Russia don't touch. the Bearing Sea and the East Siberian Sea count connect
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