hendy wrote:This map looks very intresting and very well designed. It brings a very historical theme to conquereclub! I can't wait untill it comes out so I can play it!
Iskander wrote:hendy wrote:This map looks very intresting and very well designed. It brings a very historical theme to conquereclub! I can't wait untill it comes out so I can play it!
one thing though...
since my name is ALEXANDER or some of your friends' names might be ALEXANDER, could you please add the THE FIGHT FOR ALEXANDER's THE GREAT EMPIRE...i'm trying to say that there are thousands ALEXANDERS but there is only one who is the GREATest...
can't wait to feel (even for a few moments) the way the most charismatic and heroic king of all times did...
WELL DONE K!!!
Mr. K wrote:Don't worry, its not abandoned. I really apologize to those who are looking forward to this map, and many thanks to those who are enjoying the looks of it .
Reason its been on a looong delay is, well... Summer. I love summer time and I get to see people and do things that I normally can't. So i've been using every moment of it.
But its almost over, and soon i'll have to go back to the bored-out-of-my-mind fall-winter-spring life, which means finishing this map will probably be at the top of my to do list when I got nothing better to do. Not to say I don't enjoy making maps... But, well, I don't enjoy going through XML scripts fixing tiny errors and messing with a color to make sure its visible and the other few tedious things I need to do.
So don't worry, I'll get ontop of this.
gavin_sidhu wrote:Y dont u have the black sea as a territory? and are you going to rename it Alexander the Great's empire?
Mr. K wrote:I'll fiddle with changing the title, but its already really long as it is, so odd's are it'll stay the same. But we'll see.
That would work. Or you could say Alexander III.Mr. K wrote:Not really. That sort of defeats the idea of it being the fight for his empire, amongst the different generals (Kassander, Ptolomy). How about if I keep the title the same, but I have "Alexander the Great" somewhere on the map?
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