It's so difficult to find the perfect map script t_t. I had to give up on Communitas again. I appreciate the work people have put into it, but it's just not to my liking. In addition to the lacking jungles and the issues Kim Dong brought up, I also noticed the river systems are often really short and overly saturated in some coastlines (simulating realistic watershed I assume); this more often than not looks aesthetically unpleasant and makes conquest of these areas a nightmare (not to mention makes Songhai very OP, similar to the Inca situation, although not as severe). I also dislike how the land always generates so close to the north/south polar regions and extends the entire latitude. I don't mind having a continent that is situated close to one pole or the other, but they always seem to extend the full distance, leaving no free oceans, and even the islands frequently generate right next to the polar ice caps, which I find odd. I tried the Frontier script in the pangaea configuration and I did enjoy that (after some tweaking of the river systems and sprinkling some lakes throughout with IGE)especially the inland seas it creates, but the sheer size of the map leads to unbalance as far as access to city states and settleable land in uncontested regions. I think it's like tectonic script in that you should really add additional AI and city states for a proper balance. I'll have to experiment more with it, or maybe just go back to pangaea script.