TaCktiX wrote:He's already decided no Iceland, just hasn't updated the topic title (note latest revision on February 20th).
natty_dread wrote:I was wrong
having the traditional läänit for finland means that the territory count for finland is 12, not 15. this makes a clear difference in development between finland and norway and maybe more of a choice in gameplay. u can perhaps say it's justified because norway has oil and viking history, while finland has only mobile phones and some good racing drivers!
by tradition, there is a clear "pecking order" of importance: sweden first, denmark second, norway third and finland fourth. we can't do much about denmark because it's so small, but having a 12-territory finland seems to fit better with this.
do u think it would work if finland has only 11 territories, excluding aaland (because finland does not have complete sovereignty over swedish-speaking aaland)? we can then make aaland a special territory that is not part of a continent, but gives a +1 bonus to the holder of the nearest finnish and swedish subcontinents. this can be our version of the aaland dispute after the end of the first world war.
also the bottom looks scruffy, can u include all of denmark not just parts
CoolC wrote:also the bottom looks scruffy, can u include all of denmark not just parts
On especially the small map things are a bit too tightly packed in the bottom, but I'm not sure what to do about it. I cannot expand the map because of the size requirements. However, the entire Denmark is included! The border to Germany goes pretty much exactly where the map is cut.
CoolC wrote:I am not sure what else need to be done, I think it's pretty much playable now...
CoolC wrote:One thing I'm thinking of is a water path between Norrbotten and Keski-Pohjanmaa to give Finland another territory to defend.
iancanton wrote:i'm unsure how easy this will be to do, but have u considered using perspective, that is tilt the map away from us at an angle, so that denmark looks closer (and therefore bigger) and the large arctic territories look further away (and therefore smaller)? for the small map, this will let u have an image of 495 x 495, which u can resize to 600 x 600 to give more space for territory names. by using perspective, there might also be room to include a very small part of germany.
iancanton wrote:the mountain impassables need more work. the dotted lines look like they're more passable than the normal solid borders.
Gustaf Wasa wrote:I really hope this will be done! It looks good so far
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