- Sep 7, 2006
Why not include the North? This map and time-frame would be excellent for a Viking mod...but not without the North...
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This map deliberately does not include northern Russia, Finland or anything east of Persia.
The map is shooting for start dates in Europe of about 500 AD to about 1250 AD at the latest.
About 150 provinces for GB and Ireland.
I remember anyway the sectors limit...
eeek that's a lot of provinces. Whilst it seems ideal to have heaps of provinces, I think HOI3 has shown it has its weaknesses. I mean imagine trying to conquer that England of 70 odd provinces, it would take ages.
This map has about 4 sectors across, I'll run out of provinces before I run into the province limit.
Don't worry, if there's any who got that covered it's MKJ.
Edit: Awesome map btw! Just a thought, why not move down Iceland a bit so you see all of it.
Do you mean this piece of map that you've post?
Ok, but I don't understand if you know that sector limits are overlapped.
The current map hasn't indeed problems with sectors limit (that you can verify with minject), but if you add also actual France, Spain, Germany you risk to going beyond the sector limits, because the sector limits are overlapped. I hope not...