captainwalrus wrote:I like this a lot! The boarders between the bonus regions in the northeast are mugh thinner than the other ones, which looks odd. The whole northern afica is fairly linerar, which means that you can hole 2 fairly big bonuses by holding 3 territories. What bonus region are the grey territories with slanted lines trough them in?
Constantanolpal has the a and l switched.
Bonuses- is it really only one for hungary? It should be like 4. Also, I am having trouble matching the colors on the map with the ones on the key. More different colors would help, I see only one green you could change something, mabey the one that is like northern egypt, I can't figure out what that is called.
Holding cyprus and england gives you +4! That seems like too much.
Beko the Great wrote:Hello! First of all, congratulations on picking such an intersting theme and project. I'm glad to see something like this from a portuguese, too . Don't know if you have check my project about the 1st Crusade, but here's the link:
Now, about this one, I've got a lot of concerns and there are a lot of things you have to change.
I see there will be only eight starting positions and everything else is neutral, just like feudal war or Age of Realms, though bonus are just like classic shapes. One thing is kinda opposite to the other, i think.
Then, why is The English Channel worth of 10 neutral and turns always to 10 neutral? What's the point?
Then, there's an unfair thing about the goal objective (which I don't really like, but this is just a personal opinion). That is, Christians Must hold Jerusalem, Tripoli Antioch, Edessa and The Vatican and Muslims: Jerusalem, Tripoli Antioch, Edessa and Granada. Though Granada has 3 neutrals and Vatican 6.
Then about the territory bonus, why don't you group them into major groups? And beyond that you have a lot of diferent type of bonus which will just make the gameplay of this map really hard.
Just think a little on this and the playability of this map.
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