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Large Europe

Discussion in 'Yet (not) Another Maps Pack' started by Gedemon, Jul 15, 2017.

  1. Gedemon

    Gedemon Modder Moderator

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    LargeEurope1.jpg

    • A conversion of Civ5 Dieter VonClam's Large Europe
    • Size : 79x73 (Large)
    • MapName="LargeEurope"
    • TSL : no
    • Auto City Naming : no
    • Resources placement: random, import
    • Included in Addons
     
    Last edited: Aug 12, 2017
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  2. Lehnardtsson

    Lehnardtsson Chieftain

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    very nice :)
    -of course with TSL that would be better :)
    -then I always wonder if it is better or not, to remove straits at Istabul to promote both Greek or Ottoman colonization)
    -Same remark regarding scandinavia and Finland (to promote colonization of Finland by Vikings)
     
  3. Gedemon

    Gedemon Modder Moderator

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    you can set the TSL in the map.xml file, and you can also put there this code

    Code:
        <ExtraPlacement>     
            <Replace MapName="LargeEurope" X="xx" Y="yy"   TerrainType="TERRAIN_GRASS" />
        </ExtraPlacement>
    (replacing xx and yy by the x,y values of the plot to set to land) to close the strait
     

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