Flapcake wrote:WestWind wrote:Hm. I'm trying to think of easier ways to explain it than saying that the incitement territories are one way attacked by their corresponding Pueblo, and that the Pueblos connect to the terts below them. Illustrations are nice, but take up a lot of room and I'm not sure it would help out in this case. Any other re-phrasing you can come up with?
maby you could call it "one way atacked by territorys with same name" instead of calling it "corresponding"
anohter thing, why are they placed so close together ?
Hm ok I can do that fix.
I assume you're asking about the major Pueblos? For better or for worse, that's where they are/were in real life. I actually spaced them out a little bit more. The Rio Grande is basically the lifeline for that region, so it makes sense that most of the major settlements would be along it. While that's pretty cool, it makes the gameplay a little bit of a pain. What I really want to do is make it so that the outer parts of the maps get some focus and attention as well. What I'm envisioning is the players starting by securing regional/religion bonuses first, then moving in to the center of the map to go for the big bonus. If anyone has suggestions, criticisms, or comments about this please let me know
Also, thank you for the sticky IH!