iancanton wrote:nice work so far, koontz. to reach 44 starting regions, u need to lose 3 starting regions. will u consider merging two of the romanian border regions?
if austria is +2 and tiszantúl is +3, then dunantúl and czechoslovakia seem undervalued at +5; perhaps increase both to +6 or,
as nolefan has already suggested, decrease austria to +1?
italy currently gives more troops than poland when held with saved land, since the auto-deploy is additional, so the italy consolidated bonus needs to be less than that for poland.
for some reason, u have two regions called torontál.
iancanton wrote:Also, Saved Land, not Saved land.
Jatekos wrote:On page 5, you were experimenting with darker text boxes. I think that (or something similar) would fit more with the other colours of the map. At the moment, the legend at the bottom stands out and seems to be too much in the focus, because of the light brown colour used for the boxes.
Yes, the white shapes would be more noticeable with the darker text boxes, but e.g. they could be light brown instead, like the boxes are now.
I would also suggest not using these soldier and cannon shapes at those specific areas where there is also another image (You could delete them from the "legend key" section, or keep only one of the 3 and move it behind the text in the bottom right of that box. At the "Shattered land bonus" box, you could move these 3 images closer to each other and move them to the right a bit, so that the soldier on the left would get next to the images of the zones, instead of behind them.)
iancanton wrote:before World War Two, this conflict wasn't actually called World War One.
tokle wrote:iancanton wrote:before World War Two, this conflict wasn't actually called World War One.
This is not true. It might be a bit pedantic of me, but the term "first world war" was used by historians since as early as 1914.
Some notes about the text:
The white text on the white background is difficult to read.
You are using the word "nationals" in the wrong sense. "Nationals" means a citizen of a nation-state. What you mean to say is "ethnic Hungarians".
I don't know what you mean by saying they were "displaced", though. There weren't any major population movements in these teritories after this.
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