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- Mar 1, 2005
Yes, the opposite of what it is supposed to be... only because Arctic seas should be smaller according to the deformation of the map projection around the poles.YodaMaster >> I wonder when I will finally learn: "When you don't know, look at vanilla."
So vanilla uses sea-zones with climate 0 (most of them), and few with climate 5 and 7 (arctic seas).
Standard sea zones have thus penalty for movement (i.e. "normal" movement speed) and the penalty is removed for the poles.
You can look at AGCEEP too (and its documentation/information available on this board). A very good example too!
Too bad... I can't comment difference between 4 and 6 for now.