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AbNESVII .•°*”˜ The Many Coloured Lands ˜”*°•.

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  1. Abaddon

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    ˜”*°•.The Many Coloured Lands.•°*”˜


    This is a Earth-Map Fresh-Start. That is, we start at the dawn of time, on earth. It is up to you to lead your people to greatness. This is a "classic" NES I hope people are yearning for. I have cut/pasted/ripped/stole/created this rule set from the many NES that have gone before.

    The purpose of this NES is to provide a blank environment on which players will create nations of their own invention with qualities of their own design. What if the Gauls were peaceful philosophers? What if Egypt was an agnostic feudal society? What if Aztec was a technological behemoth? Your destiny is your own in this game, and an emphasis is being placed on allowing players a large amount of control over their nation. I'll even allow some silly stuff (bear cavalry?) if you write and spend enough on it! If you provide me with historical data, or other information, I will use it, to your advantage or someone else's disadvantage.. but otherwise, do what you want!

    I hope it to be a success, and I hope it's enjoyable to you, the player.

    The Ruleset
    Stats

    Religion

    You start off with a default primitive animism, belief in spirits of nature and things like that. You can create a more advanced religion through a story and the construction of temples. Religions are every bit as powerful here as they are in our world. You can start up a totally original religion, or if your location is suitable, be the birth place for a RL Religion. They give your leader credibility, mould alliances, and break empires.

    Age

    This stat represents the age your nation is in, tech-wise. The ages of this game will be displayed here as time goes on, however as a general rule of thumb later ages are better. You cannot directly buy advancement, but it shouldn't take much though to what might help. A project building schools across your nation for example. It is a lot easier, and cheaper, for your actions to drive the forward momentum. Trade, war, culture etc etc all will move you forward. Advancing in age does not necessarily advance your army though - that requires additional spending.

    Size

    This is, as the name suggests, the size of your nation. Size is an amalgam of land area, as well as how easy it is for each part of the nation to reach the other part (a colonial empire, by its nature, will have a higher size stat than a nation of equal land and population size that is on one continuous chunk of land). As nations advance and efficiency and communication improve, the size stat will go down. Size determines how costly change is, as well as the effectiveness of various things (plagues, military strategies, increased taxation, etc.). The levels, and the economic points they require, are:

    Tiny (1)-Petite (2)-Small (3)-Medium (4)-Large (5)-Huge (6)-Gargantuan (7)-Monstrous (8)

    Economy

    This stat is represented on the map by the number of black dots in your nation, which represent major cities and are producers of economy. The economy points, are used to grow the economy, spend on armies/navies, build wonders, and do research. In the example, Economy: 4/2/3 , the first number (4) represents the number of EP generated from cities per turn. The second number (2) represents the number of EP generated by your land per turn. The final number is the stash of EP which can be called upon at any time. There are many different ways to grow your economy. To build a new city costs 4EP, though some will spring up naturally over time. Use your imagination and I will reward you. The negative number (-1) represents the amount of gold lost per turn from upkeep, and you must take it into account by yourself. You can choose not to pay the upkeep in a given turn, but you run the risk of all hell breaking loose if you do it for too long.

    Army/Navy

    As ages advance and more powerful units emerge, units become more powerful. I will use a numerical system. Example: Warrior has (1) power, Spearman has (1.5), Swordsman has (3)... And if you write stories about your units' terrific strength, they may get a little power bonus.

    1EP will train 1 unit or build 10 ships.

    1 Unit of Warriors are 1000 Men
    1 Unit of Spearmen are 750 Men
    1 Unit of Archers are 400 Men
    1 Unit of Axemen are 500 Men
    1 Unit of Swordsman are 500 Men

    With UUs, simply describe them to me and I'll put them into your stats.

    Unit Power
    Early Bronze Age: Warrior (1), Spearman (1.5), Archer (1.5), Curragh (0.5)
    Bronze Age: Archer (1.5), Spearman (2), Axeman (2.5), Chariot (3), Long Boat (0.75)
    Late Bronze Age: Archer (2), Spearman (2.5), Axeman (3), Swordsman (3), Chariot (4), Horsemen (3.5), Galley (1)
    Early Iron Age: Archer (2), Spearmen (3), Axeman (3.5), Swordsman (4), Chariot (4.5), Horsemen (4.5), Galley (1.5), Early Trireme (1.5)

    You can train your units to have any power level, so spearmen really can beat a tank.. if trained well enough. Each level of training costs double the level in EP.

    You may have one Unique Unit at a time which is a modified base unit according to your present age level depending on when the unit was first conceptualized. The Unique Unit you provide me with is an idea of how the unit should function or a basic idea of its purpose, and I will assign a cost to it. Unique units are generally better than ordinary units, however are also more susceptible to environmental factors. Say Arabia creates Camel Archers, which are much better than its ordinary units. They will excel in the homeland and in neighbouring regions but as the borders are pushed, they will become less effective as camels are no good at fighting in, say, tundra. When a nation makes a new type of unique unit, all the old unique units will be retired, with a random percentage of those units moving on to become regular units.

    Every 5 Land units and 20 ships costs 1EP in upkeep to maintain.


    Confidence

    Your people's confidence in nation and leadership. Low confidence will result in revolts and revolutions. High confidence and your people will defend you with their lives, resist subversion and have strong faith in you no matter what you do. This a very important stat, one that in this NES encompasses infrastructure, education, and a whole manner of things. Be inventive with projects and this will rise. If it starts dropping, you know you need to spend on your nation's welfare.

    (Hateful, Resentful, Tolerating, Neutral, Respecting, Admiring, Loving, Worshipping)

    Culture

    This stat represents how cultured your nation is, and the more culture the better. Having more culture decreases the chance that a random event will screw you up, and can allow you to culture flip your neighbours. Culture can increase through stories, wonders, and Cultural or Religious centres and other projects.

    (None, Pathetic, Mediocre, Average, Strong, Influential, Outstanding, Wonder of the World)

    Projects

    This stat displays the projects you have, how close to completion they are, and their end effect. To begin a project, detail it in your orders and the desired outcome. I will decide the cost. A Project only advances with EP spent. Projects are where you will get all sorts done and really let your creativity flair. The better the idea, the cheaper the cost for greater benefits.
     
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    Storywriting

    Writing stories is encouraged in this NES to provide not only culture but flavour to your nation and help customize that nation to your specific tastes. They don't need to be particularly well-written or verbose, but a feeling of knowing that you're trying is all that's necessary. Write stories, draw pictures, whatever, I will reward it.

    Orders

    Can will be sent by PM, you will quote your stats, as well has have your Nation Name in the Subject Title.

    We will begin in 3000 BC, Antiquity.
     
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    Barbarians

    Barbarians are those peoples who have yet to coalesce into full-fledged states, though they may from time to time form themselves into “state-lets” and city states. Barbarian peoples consist of wide ranging cultures with varying values, some being the stereotypical warmongers and others being highly sophisticated, pacifistic artisans. On the map the general ethnicities and largest peoples will be named. You can have diplomacy with barbarian peoples, but the effectiveness will vary and, depending on the size and unity of the targeted peoples, the amount of people reached will be small. Never underestimate barbarians, but don’t overestimate them either.
     
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    Important Cities

    This NES will utilize the three-city system of economic (eco), cultural, and religious centres. They will be key contributors to your economy, your culture, and practically all other stats. If you loose even one of them to an enemy it could be disastrous. In addition, maintaining your important cities will be much more fickle than before. Finally, it is possible to get a centre due to a project, just as before, but such centres may (or may not, but more likely may) be more likely to lose their status.

    Economic Centres: Economic centres are cities where economic activity is greatly concentrated. Eco centres are almost always due to the concentration of trade, but industry, finance, banking, etc. can also cause an eco centre to come about. The benefits of an economic center will be one eco per turn, unless for some unforeseeable reason I make an exception. Modern examples of eco centers would include Tokyo, Dubai, Cape Town, London, Rio de Janeiro, and New York.

    Cultural Centers: Cultural centers are cities where the culture of a nation, a region, or even of the world is personified. Art, education, nationalism, regionalism, philosophy, science, pan-nationalism, etc. can all contribute to the creation of cultural centers. The benefits of these cities are just as varied as their causes. Modern examples would include Sydney, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Cairo, Oxford, Buenos Aires, and Chicago.

    Religious Centers: Religious centers are cities where major religions find there center(s) and where great pilgrimages take place. While religious centers will generally form without outside coaxing, government approval and conversion always help in the forming of such cities. The benefits will be mostly religious in nature, but may also extend into those areas benefited by cultural and economic centers. Modern examples would include Dharamsala, Jerusalem, Mecca, Rome, Istanbul, and Mexico City (Guadalupe).

    Unique Units

    The Parazkos (1.5) 1EP for 4 Ships.
    Build-able by: Aostra
    Many rowers, sails, archers, marines (spearmen trained in fighting on boats), and positive buoyancy (impossible to "sink"). Basically, the traditional Roman Bireme or Trireme, without the ballistae and other technologies that wouldn't exist

    The Guerrillo (2.0) 1EP for 250 Men
    Buildable by: Sagenta
    250 men especially trained to launch ambushes, use the terrain against the enemy, entering cities through their weak point and asymmetrical warfare. They are armed with three weapons: a bow, a knife and a weapon known as Achullo, which is an axe with a knife at the end of the handle.
     
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    Aostra / DarthNader
    Religion: Primitive Animism
    Age: Early Bronze Age (1/8)
    Size: Petite (2)
    Colour: Brown
    Economy: 2/1/3 (-0 upkeep)
    Army: Warrior (1) 2 Spearman (1.5)
    Navy: 3 Curragh (0.5) 2 Parazkos (1.5)
    Confidence: Admiring
    Culture: None
    Projects: Restore the Fleet (DONE) Corinth (1/4) Izmir (1/4)
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    Sagenta / Milarqui
    Religion: Tetrateism
    Age: Early Bronze Age (2/8)
    Size: Petite (2)
    Colour: Red Blood
    Economy: 3/1/1 (-0 upkeep)
    Army: 2 Warrior (1) 1 Archer (1.5) Guerrillo (2.0)
    Navy: 2 Curragh (0.5)
    Confidence: Tolerating
    Culture: Strong
    Projects: Temple of the Four Divinities (DONE) Marsel (2/4) Mursa (1/3)
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    Viminala / Thomas.berubeg
    Religion: Primitive Destiny Worship
    Age: Early Bronze Age (2/8)
    Size: Petite (2)
    Colour: Gold
    Economy: 3/1/0 (-0 upkeep)
    Army: 2 Warrior (1) 1 Warrior (2)
    Navy:
    Confidence: Respecting
    Culture: None
    Projects: Ashia (DONE)
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    Eruar / LDiCesare
    Religion: Primitive Polytheism
    Age: Early Bronze Age (4/8)
    Size: Small (3)
    Colour: Dark Blue
    Economy: 3/2/1 (-1 upkeep)
    Army: 2 Warrior (1) 2 Spearman (1.5) 1 Archer (2)
    Navy:
    Confidence: Admiring
    Culture: None
    Projects: Canal (DONE) Supir (2/4)
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    Carthage / SKILORD
    Religion: Prophetic Taoism
    Age: Early Bronze Age
    Size: Petite (2)
    Colour: Green
    Economy: 3/1/1 (-0 upkeep)
    Army: Warrior (1) 3 Spearman (1.5)
    Navy: 1 Curragh (1)
    Confidence: Neutral
    Culture: Mediocre
    Projects: Temple of Fate (DONE) Settlement in Sicily (DONE)
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    Hada-kesh / Ninja Dude
    Religion: Primitive Animism
    Age: Early Bronze Age
    Size: Petite (2)
    Colour: Purple
    Economy: 1/4/6 (-0 upkeep)
    Army: 2 Warrior (1) 1 Spearman (1.5)
    Navy: 1 Curragh (0.5)
    Confidence: Tolerating
    Culture: None
    Projects: Berhi (3/4)
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    Algonquin Sabinia / Boundless
    Religion: Primitive Destiny Worship
    Age: Early Bronze Age (2/8)
    Size: Petite (2)
    Colour: Light blue
    Economy: 2/2/0 (-0 upkeep)
    Army: 2 Warrior (1.5)
    Navy: 1 Curragh (0.5)
    Confidence: Neutral
    Culture: None
    Projects: Lands of Sardinia (DONE) Harbour (DONE)
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    Ostava / Tycho
    Religion: The Faith
    Age: Early Bronze Age
    Size: Tiny (1)
    Colour: Red
    Economy: 2/1/1 (-1 upkeep)
    Army: 4 Warrior (1) 1 Warrior (1.5)
    Navy: 1 Curragh (0.5)
    Confidence: Worshipping
    Culture: Mediocre
    Projects:
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    Danes / lord_joakim
    Religion: Primitive Animism
    Age: Early Bronze Age
    Size: Tiny (1)
    Colour: Yellow
    Economy: 2/1/0 (-0 upkeep)
    Army: 1 Warrior (2) 1 Warrior (2.5) 1 Archer (1.5)
    Navy: 3 Curragh (0.5)
    Confidence: Respecting
    Culture: Pathetic
    Projects: Othinslev (1/5)
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    Aisonia/Terrance888
    Religion: Primitive Animism
    Age: Early Bronze Age (3/8)
    Size: Tiny (1)
    Colour: Purple
    Economy: 0/1/1 (-0 upkeep)
    Army: 1 Warrior (3) 2 Archer (1.5) 3 Irregulars (0.5)
    Navy: 1 Curragh (0.5)
    Confidence: Neutral
    Culture: None
    Projects: Advanced Forges (DESTROYED) Thrakia (1/4) Boeotia (1/4) Dakapolis (3/4) Tenedopolis (2/4) Epirus (1/4)
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    Therita/Adrogans
    Religion: Primitive Animism
    Age: Early Bronze Age (2/8)
    Size: Tiny (1)
    Colour: Whatever
    Economy: 2/1/1 (-0 upkeep)
    Army: Warrior (1) 1 Archer (1.5)
    Navy: 2 Curragh (0.5)
    Confidence: Neutral
    Culture: None
    Projects: The Great Docks (DONE)
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    Dhyruthi Confederation/Lord of Elves
    Religion: Primitive Animism
    Age: Early Bronze Age
    Size: Tiny (1)
    Colour: Light Brown
    Economy: 1/1/2 (-0 upkeep)
    Army: 4 Warrior (1)
    Navy: Curragh (0.5)
    Confidence: Neutral
    Culture: None
    Projects:
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    Vesten/Jason The King
    Religion: Primitive Animism
    Age: Early Bronze Age
    Size: Tiny (1)
    Colour: Green
    Economy: 1/1/2 (-0 upkeep)
    Army: 2 Warrior (2)
    Navy: 2 Curragh (1)
    Confidence: Neutral
    Culture: None
    Projects:
     
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    Arbili
    Religion: Primitive Polytheism
    Age: Early Bronze Age (4/8)
    Size: Tiny (1)
    Colour: Brown
    Economy: 1/1/0 (-0 upkeep)
    Army: 3 Warrior (1) Warrior (1.5)
    Navy:
    Confidence: Neutral
    Culture: None
    Projects:
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    Tir-nubbirat
    Religion: Primitive Polytheism
    Age: Early Bronze Age (4/8)
    Size: Tiny (1)
    Colour: Green
    Economy: 1/2/0 (-0 upkeep)
    Army: 3 Warrior (1) 1 Warrior 1.5
    Navy: 1 Curragh
    Confidence: Neutral
    Culture: None
    Projects: Irrigation Ditches (1/3) (Colony 1/5)
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    Heraklepolis
    Religion: Primitive Polytheism
    Age: Early Bronze Age (2/8)
    Size: Tiny (1)
    Colour: Burgundy
    Economy: 1/1/0 (-0 upkeep)
    Army: 4 Warrior (1)
    Navy:
    Confidence: Neutral
    Culture: None
    Projects:
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    Faiyum
    Religion: Primitive Polytheism
    Age: Early Bronze Age (2/8)
    Size: Tiny (1)
    Colour: Orange
    Economy: 0/1/0 (-0 upkeep)
    Army: 2 Warrior (1)
    Navy: 1 Curragh
    Confidence: Neutral
    Culture: None
    Projects:
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    Messape
    Religion: Primitive Animism
    Age: Early Bronze Age (1/8)
    Size: Tiny (1)
    Colour: Royal Blue
    Economy: 1/2/0 (-0 upkeep)
    Army: 3 Warrior (1) Spearman (1.5)
    Navy: 1 Curragh (0.5)
    Confidence: Neutral
    Culture: None
    Projects: Farmland (DONE) Greek Colony (2/3)
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    Illyria
    Religion: Primitive Animism
    Age: Early Bronze Age (1/8)
    Size: Tiny (1)
    Colour: Grey
    Economy: 3/1/0 (-0 upkeep)
    Army: 2 Warrior (1)
    Navy:
    Confidence: Neutral
    Culture: None
    Projects: Illyrian Mines (DONE)
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    Tehsil
    Religion: Primitive Polytheism
    Age: Early Bronze Age (2/8)
    Size: Tiny (1)
    Colour: Brugundy
    Economy: 1/1/0 (-0 upkeep)
    Army: 2 Warrior (1)
    Navy:
    Confidence: Neutral
    Culture: None
    Projects:
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    Bothnia
    Religion: Primitive Ruler-worship
    Age: Early Bronze Age (2/8)
    Size: Tiny (1)
    Colour: Yellow
    Economy: 1/1/0 (-0 upkeep)
    Army: 3 Warrior (1)
    Navy:
    Confidence: Neutral
    Culture: None
    Projects:
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    Viborg
    Religion: Primitive Polytheism
    Age: Early Bronze Age
    Size: Tiny (1)
    Colour: Dark Grey
    Economy: 1/1/0 (-0 upkeep)
    Army: 3 Warrior (2)
    Navy: 1 Curragh (0.5)
    Confidence: Neutral
    Culture: None
    Projects:
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    Lund
    Religion: Primitive Polytheism
    Age:
    Size: Tiny (1)
    Colour: Pink
    Economy: 0/1/0 (-0 upkeep)
    Army: 1 Warrior (1)
    Navy: 2 Curragh (1)
    Confidence: Neutral
    Culture: None
    Projects:
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    What about magic? Or are we only warriors?
     
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    Seon Not An Evil Liar

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    shewing interest. Now with 1920s vocabulary.
     
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    Interest.
     
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    Shadowbound Scourge of God

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    Name: Sir Robland
    Race: Human
    Livelihood: Knight Errant
    Age: 24
    Description: This misguided man has narrow brown eyes that are like two drops of chocolate. His thick, straight, short hair is the color of desert sand, and is worn in a precise style. He's got a short beard and a thick moustache. He is short and has an overmuscled build. His skin is light-colored. He has long-fingered hands. His wardrobe is businesslike and flattering, with a lot of black.

    When he was born, it was as if the gods had decided to give this baby balls of steel. He entered the family trade of lumber jacking at the age of nine, but his family soon realized he could only have one destiny when he ripped the tongue out of a cougar that pounced on him. He was paged and squired to a local lord, and won a battle royale at the age of 15 (where he used six separate swords, because they kept breaking). During his knighting, only a blind knight could be found to strike him on the shoulder as part of the ritual: no one else was willing to risk it. The blind knight spontaneously regrew his eyeballs in time to see himself thrown out of the chapel window.

    Take the skill potion
    Priority for attributes: Skill, Luck, Stamina
     
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    Ninja Dude Sorry, I wasn't listening...

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    Wait, so we don't need to keep track of our stats?
     
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    @ND Thats my job
     
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    Is it too late to join this?
     
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    Not at all, from the slow response i thought there was sadly little interest.
     
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    Name: New X/TheWesley
    Race: Artificial Summon
    Livelihood: None
    Age: 0 (technically)
    Description: Several villages had once faced bandit attacks, and the hero that defended them, a quasi-knight with the alias X, was dying of old age. Determined to stay safe, the villagers (probably without X's consent) hired a wizard to create a "clone" of X- not a perfect copy, but one that would be close enough- and one which didn't know he was artificial.

    It is speculated that the wizard was a con-man with far less skill then he let on, or at least that in some manner the spell was a failure. "New X", as he was called, was no match for the bandits he was meant to fight, and most of the villages he was meant to protect were destroyed.

    Desperately seeking to prove worth he didn't have, he set out on a new quest...

    Potion choice: Potion of Fortune
    Priorities:
    Stamina, Luck, Skill
     
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    its alive!
     
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    So, is anyone interested in claiming a spot on the map and editing it?

    We will then do 5 short updates launching us into a medieval game!
     
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    Ok so we design the world and then RP in the world we designed? I'll join that. How much control do we have over our square? Do we literally draw it and you decide the rest or can we place towns and kingdoms and tribes and all that jazz in as well? Where are the char sheets the others got? I'll design a square after your answers Abby.
     
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    Within your square, you can do what you wish. Obviously putting 20 towns on it might end up with some pestilence and famine! Just be sensible. Once you have designed 1 square, you can design more if you want.. but i want to get several peoples imput into this at least! So rivers, mountains, hills and towns will all evolve into a map

    From the world we create (I will stich together whatever remains blank) we will then play a normalish nes.. fantasy based. I am thinking fun, magic, knights etc.
     
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