natty_dread wrote:I like what I see. One thing I don't get... It seems the commanders each have a territory they can attack, but who can attack the commanders?
Yay, the promised Russian Civil War- looks nice. I was happy to see Poland and the Baltics and of course the "Western" (British) influence involved. I was about to say something about the stranded Czech Legion that dominated from their railcars, but then I scrolled over and viola! Very well researched, very well done.
The commanders are a bit unclear, it took me a bit to puzzle the format of loyalty and tert names. Also, it's a little distressing to have to scour the map for the territory named under the commander to find out where you can attack.
Is everything open deployment except for the commanders?
Anyway, very happy to see this map.
So I shrank the large map down and threw some numbers in for scale.
Industrial Helix wrote:I'm thinking 8 strategic starting positions (the commanders) with the remaining territories open to random deployment.
I have a few considerations in mind at the moment:
1) The high population zone... should it start with 4 men on each territory and 3 men on each normal territory (or perhaps 3 High pop, 2 low pop)?
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