Gemineye wrote:also, if you guys think it would be a good idea, i can add territories to "unorganized territory" and "Oregon country"....just to add more to the board.
Samus wrote:You have a lot of rivers that serve no purpose as boundaries, I would limit them to only the ones that divide territories.
cairnswk wrote:* Remove the rivers that aren't borders of territories
cairnswk wrote:* the mountains at the bottom of Oregon Country don't seem to fulfill a purpose; are there mountains that can be made into borders between territories in that region
cairnswk wrote:* i like the idea of having the Alamo in there, but some design work needs to be included in texas if it is to exist there; perhaps it could have bonuses for holding it
cairnswk wrote:* are the dotted lines actually rail lines or just links between railheads? If they are just railheads, then perhaps the dotted line can be removed to clear up the map a bit and bonuses notated for holding the railheads. If the dotted lines are rail lines, then perhaps explore ways to express that in a manner that doesn't clutter the map; i think the idea of rail-lines would give your map some definite graphic enhancement to make it appealing, but rail-lines would have to be expressed unobtrusively and not in cflict with the territory borders - do explore that however.
cairnswk wrote:* is this the large map at 772 pixels wide? if this is the large map then any enhancements need to be accommodated comfortably in the small map, I have discovered that many players prefer to use a small map. * I think perhaps the territory border line will be too thick.
cairnswk wrote:* perhaps try a pattern on the ocean to see what that looks like also
mibi wrote:learn to reduce the transparency on those! 100% is rarely necessary. unless the map is suppose to look like a kids toy.
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