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Any chance you could sneak in some pirates of the south chinese sea? Given that Ming will likely not get an update in a long time and that the pirates organised largely due to events happening in SEA, I could see quite a nice event chain here. Especially if you dare to add some more islands on the chinese coast.
Maybe a stupid question, but seeing how the next DLC/patch/whatever will be SEA-focused, could you elaborate on the geographical width of it? SEA apparently starts at the Burmese border in the west - where are the cutoffs in the other directions? Will we see something for Australia or New Zealand or is this outside the scope?
Will you consider remaking the map of China and adding more provinces and states? I'm from China and is a bit unsatisfied with the current provinces in China. Inconsistent romanization, large chunks of provinces, weird states, etc. If you are planning to make changes to the Chinese map I am always glad to help! There's also a mod on Steam called "The Sun never sets on the Ming Empire" which contains a really good redrawn map for Ming. I believe that the map in that mod is a bit too complex, but I do consider it to be a good direction for a further Chinese update.
Where that's genuinely applicable, of course they can.Hi paradox... Can you adjust the borders of provinces so that they would match up the Rivers?