planes look good, this isn't the only map with lots of inter-connections, so it works nicely. Imagine their not being kaitaia and auckland. +4 bonus completely impenetrable and protected by 1 terr.
Also like the solid lines connecting terr. names to troop bubbles, really clarifies it well!
The one at coromandel kinda goes over it's terr. border which clashes a bit, so maybe make it a straight diagonal line like at ashburton and timaru rather than right angles?
And is it just me, or are some of the lines a bit darker than others a la Kaipara vs Auckland? Any particular reason for that?
Thanks for the light blue for the lakes at te anau etc, makes it a lot clearer!
I still think it can't hurt to make the mountain borders between Mt.Aspiring and Milford & between Milford and Doubtful a bit clearer or more contrasting.
Again, I completely accept responsibility that it's my own mistake for not watching the map a bit more closely, but I forted troops to Aspiring not noticing it was a dead-end, so if it could be a bit more visible it couldn't hurt.
And then finally, I haven't heard it called Divisor before in maps? So I'm not sure if I'm understanding it correctly, but is it that 'you get troops for every 4 territories, not 3' (or however it's phrased in First Nations Maps -I think they're also 4? - etc?).
If there's space, that could be a more clear explanation possibly?