natty_dread wrote:Seems a bit complex...
natty_dread wrote:but that's not necessarily a bad thing.
natty_dread wrote:It does seem sort of cramped though.
natty_dread wrote:How about making the image a bit larger? Id recommend at least the full 840.
shakeycat wrote:It seems quite complicated.
Perhaps there's another shape you can use to represent a town with a garrison. The circle inside the square makes me wonder if it's just a town with a train station. Trnava confused me most in the German 1-way section, because the same symbol is not used on them map as on the assault route.
shakeycat wrote:And if those are German 1-way attacks, show which direction they are attacking. I'm sure it's obvious to you that they are going left to right, west to east, but maybe some little arrows instead of the dotted red lines would help us quickly understand it.
shakeycat wrote:Do you explain somewhere why each region has a red town and a black town?
To get the bonus for holding regions, do you need to hold both the red and black in each region to make it valid?
shakeycat wrote:The flag in the centre helps tie us to the B. Bystrica mini-map - perhaps something similar could help us with the German 1-ways? Or you could draw in faded/dashed lines of attack on the map to show each one (something like Northwest passage, but less in-your-face).
Industrial Helix wrote:I'm actually really impressed with this map... it seems to convey the military events quite well and enables players to re-enact the event. Plus, it covers a region not on CC already and an area of WWII largely overlooked. So you've got my support.
Industrial Helix wrote:But, it needs more clarity. Going bigger would help, I would consider supersize if I were you because the small map just isn't going to work.
Industrial Helix wrote:The one way routes to the lower right should use arrows instead of dots.
Industrial Helix wrote:The train connections... I'm wondering if you can do without them. Were they an essential piece of the Slovak uprising? If so, you might do better to put the lower middle diagram on the map if/when you go supersize.
Industrial Helix wrote:As for the guerilla areas, I would block it off completely with the brown impassables and have the one way arrows go over it. Having a normal border there makes the one way attacks less clear.
Speaking of the impassables... you might be better off, in the future, using something like barbed wire.
Industrial Helix wrote:I don't understand the difference between the red circles and black circles... for example, the two Bratislavas. Are the red ones the German military units? You need to distinguish between red and black.
Industrial Helix wrote:It's look better and better...
Industrial Helix wrote:are the train stations in the lower middle separate territories from the same named territories on the map?
Industrial Helix wrote:Also, i don't understand what you mean by disaffect garrison. Does that mean they weren't affected by the uprising?
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