- Oct 16, 2002
Haven't done anything but Denmark yet, but here it is:
BueDigre said:Beginning to belive that northern scandinavia is the only region in europe that wont have more provinces. And in addition it almost seams as the rest will increase with 1/3. Looking at the new beutiful detailed maps for Spain, France and Italiy and the suggestions for The balkans poland and far east and they all have suggestions for making their regions more detailed and more close to the actual political borders of the counties. In Scandinavia however we apperantly are afraid of making improvements. Well maybe it will result in sweden being able to outtech the others if they actually divide their taxvalues in the same relation as the new provinces but somehow Im sure they wont and thus making Europe even more richer in comparison.
Hive said:Birger... your Sweden will have more provinces than England...
this is a *lot* of provinces. You don't think the map would look cluttered? Not to mention the base 1 most of those provinces would have to have so that Sweden wouldn't be overpowered compared to France and England and otehr majors?universalis said:For Denmark: I suggest to make atleast one new province, maybe Ålborg and some more...Århus? But not too many.
Sweden: Make Lappland as two provinces. Stockholm (or Svealand) and Uppsala should be in instead for Svealand. Västebotten should also have to provinces, maybe Umeå...
Then take some land from Öster- och Västergötland and Svealand to make Närke (Örebro)
For Småland I would like to se Kalmar as a province a long the cost. Karlskrona (Blekinge) should also be in.
Iceland: Should have 2-3 provinces in all.
Norway and Finland: Should also have some more...dont know which.
btw. anyone thought about adding Bornholm to Denmark. As it in CK and HoI it would be nice to see it in EU as well.
Flame of Udûn said:this is a *lot* of provinces. You don't think the map would look cluttered? Not to mention the base 1 most of those provinces would have to have so that Sweden wouldn't be overpowered compared to France and England and otehr majors?