I decided against including the Shannon river for two reasons: - the way the island is configured makes it hard to include the river without it looking strange - I don't want to make Ireland too commerce rich As always, I am working on the 3000 BC state of the map, resource spawns are not part of the consideration. Right. I think Moorland is distinctive enough, it's just somewhat obscured by the forests on them. The tiles in question are 1N and 1W of the Cow in Scotland and 1N1W and 1S of the Sheep in Ireland. I like the mountain in Scotland aesthetically, it provides more geographical texture to Scotland as well. Peaks must not be of a specific height but rather are relative to the surrounding topography. Most maps I have found for the British oil industry show oil fields in the North Sea, i.e. east of Great Britain, not so much to its north. I also don't want to really force players to found another city besides Edinburgh (or more generally, more than one Scottish city). Right now, I think there is enough incentive to controlling Scotland, most importantly the iron.