World War III Aftermath Map

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  1. Polshevik

    Polshevik Chieftain

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    I've got a new map. It's called World War III Aftermath, and it's a huge map of Earth that is almost entirely desert. I have changed the rules a little, though, so it's easier to play. Desert terrain now produces 1 food, 1 shield, and 1 gold. Pollution is strewn over the continents and eventually, Greenland and Hawaii, the last islands left, will be just like the others.
     

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  2. Polshevik

    Polshevik Chieftain

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    I'll get a preview up soon
     
  3. Polshevik

    Polshevik Chieftain

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    The preview isn't working again. Oh well.
     
  4. Gogf

    Gogf Indescribable

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    It looks pretty good. If you have conquests, you might want to add in a lot of craters.
     
  5. Lord_Azazel

    Lord_Azazel Prime Swatter

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    It looks pretty sandy, here comes tha Screenie
     

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  6. Aonghus

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    um, kinda simple. i would expect something with more pollution and tiny cities and mountains.
     
  7. royb

    royb Regent!

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    Are Madagascar, Greenland and Hawaii supposed to be as they are? The look a little out of place compared to everything else.
     
  8. aznmonkeyass99

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    whoa this might be exactly what happenes after WWIII everything gets nuked and global warming... nice job
     
  9. White Fox

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    It's quite plain and somewhat unrealistic because there will still be evaporation off of the oceans which means rainfall so you might want to add some plains or grasland by some of the shoreline. Even if it is only a small amount because the whole world (or the amount you have) can't all just be desert. Add some varity and this could be a pretty good map.;)
     
  10. Corvex

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    Also, all of the mountain ranges should still be intact.
     
  11. White Fox

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    Hills too. And by the way I think your idea is great.:)
     
  12. Stormrage

    Stormrage Ever Present Taskmaster

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    Whats the brown stuff where all the big rivers are? Aren`t mountains brown on a mini-map?
     
  13. Lord Malbeth

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    No, Mts. are Grey. The Brown stuff are flood plains.
     
  14. Stormrage

    Stormrage Ever Present Taskmaster

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    Ach, good then :D
     
  15. IBot

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    How do you post your Maps? dude.
     
  16. cubsfan6506

    cubsfan6506 Got u

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    what happened to the great lakes and the black sea.
     
  17. Mirc

    Mirc Not mIRC!!!

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    Good question. :) But I don't think it was enough to justify a bump... ;)
     

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