Ever look up in the sky and wonder what it would be like if we had a habitable moon? Those dark patches almost look like continents, don't they? Too bad they're giant basins and valleys! I decided to "invert" the moon's surface, so that light patches are ocean and dark patches are land. The rest was left to my imagination. The resulting map is a varied mixture of giant continents, island chains, strategic peninsulas, and all-around interesting looking terrain. The starting positions of each civ are fixed. Requires BtS and Warlords to play I love maps that require both a strong navy and army for control, and this one fits the bill. I originally created it for Civ III, but it was lost on an old hard drive, so I created it again for Civ IV (the best one IMO). Spoiler : I've tested it through a few times, and this is the general "difficulty" for each civ, which obviously varies based on your selected difficulty level and playing style. Spoiler : France, Easy Germany, Easy Byzantines, Easy Persia, Easy Japan, Easy Greece, Easy Arabia, Medium Carthage, Medium Russia, Medium Celts, Medium Vikings, Medium Babylon, Medium Spain, Medium American Natives, Medium Mongolia, Hard Aztec, Hard India, Hard I've had a lot of fun creating it, and played some of my most memorable games. War spreads across each of the two major continents by mid-game, and the victors duke it out in a world war during the late-game. I've also witnessed some civs winning by quietly accumulating culture and techs!