I kind of liked the simplicity of the letters and the way they didn't clutter the map - I would really like to avoid having to write anything in the sand of the course, just for aesthetic reasons, so the inside-middle-outside directionality appeals to me, even though I'm a big enemy of East Whateverland in geographical maps. I also liked the way the letters would make it clear which territory followed which. Maybe if each letter were replaced by a word starting with that letter? Names of Roman emperors? D could be Domitian, C could be Caesar, etc.
the letters could have stayed but in the drop down had roman kings is what i think would be best. Eitherway it loosk great. So we can attack diagonal forward at any time?rocksolid wrote:And again...
Once again, preferences on the charioteer graphics are helpful. Right now the dark horse in the lower left is last in the polls - the proverbial "dark horse", if you will.
rocksolid wrote:Do you say Ivlian because the J looks like an I, or because it should be an I and I'm cheating?
I'm not too fond of the parts-of-the-track toponomy - I don't think it would make it any clearer which parts of the map are being referred to, as most people don't seem to know which is the back stretch and which is the home stretch, etc.
Frigidus wrote:but now that it's become relatively popular it's suffered the usual downturn in coolness.
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