This ZIP has 4 files, includes my custom map, and requires Liambane's mod to play: Liambane's Earth 35 thread is here: View attachment Earth 35 Civ Hipkick Custom v2.1.zip (103.7 KB) FILE 1: This is the custom map file. Earth 35 Civ Hipkick Custom.CivBeyondSwordWBSave (v.2.1) Aug 15, 2012 Instruction: You need to place this file in the same folder as WBQuickSave.CivBeyondSwordWBSave . But I don't know where your folder may be located. I have Windows 7 and the "Civ IV Complete Edition", which includes "Colonization." The game copied my modmod map to a folder located in c:-->Users-->(my user name)-->My Documents-->My Games-->Beyond the Sword-->Saves-->Worldbuilder . If you can't find yours, then I hope someone else can help. FILE 2: This file normalizes capitalization issue. "Protestant cathedral" should now read "Protestant Cathedral." ChooseReligions_CIV4GameText.xml Instruction: Replace file at Earth 35 Civs-->Assets-->Modules-->ChooseReligions File 3: This file turns global warming off. (Optional). GlobalDefines.xml (I agree with the climate science. But the game implementation is awful. Better not to allow it.) Instruction: Replace file in the Earth 35 Civs mod folder with this one. It is under -->Assets-->XML File 4: This file alters the Victory Conditions to increase likelihood of victory by Conquest by making other Victory conditions more difficult to attain. (Optional). CIV4VictoryInfo.xml Instruction: Replace file in the Earth 35 Civs mod folder with this one. It is under -->Assets-->XML-->GameInfo *** *** EDIT NOTE: August 15, 2012 1. Minor river tweeks in Scandinavia. 2. Deleted river error that flows off Kamchatka in the Pacific. 3. Added an "Aleutian Island." *** *** EDIT NOTE: July 15, 2012 Finally, it's all done! I finished the inner Eurasia part of the map. I worked on it off and on for 5 months. With this latest update, I consider the map pretty much done. If you would like me to make some more changes, leave me a post at the end of this thread. I started working on this modmod in February 2011. Today, on Sunday, July 15, 2012, I managed to finish it. Yay! I redid Liambane's distorted-earth map using his map design ideas while implementing my own. I had two basic design goals. One was to redo the map so that playing most of the other (read non-Roman ) civs would be pretty fun. My other goal was to make the map itself more interesting to look at. I hope I managed to reach my goals. And I hope you will enjoy this mod map for Liambane's Earth 35 mod. I want to thank Liambane for the original mod.