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Jimbo_Jools said:LOL, neither do you : )
I had to convert your whole damn mod to coat of arms format.... and then the bastard crashed lmao.
Heh, ok. Just an update then. As said before the graphical part of the map is, if it's up to me, finished. Just reworked the last parts with landzones since the first version (that some modders were already able to download), including among else addition of Marshall islands and a reworking of Alaskan region and futher shading update and bug-fixing here and there.Jimbo_Jools said:Hehe, just wanted it to receive the attention it deserves.
I can't wait for your map, and 1914 for HOI2.
They will rock : )
Kasperus said:But you drawed your Dniepr differently. When drawed accurately much more ofthat prov would fall off
Well, if the choice is a border that has some use for political setup simulation and one that has none at all I will choose the previous. I could have merged Belarus with my Wilna province adn Wolyhna as well wasn't it that these would require different culture and religion.
Uhm, Lithuania became part of P-L in 1569 as did thus all its territories while Podlasia as you talk about it was a small territory with quite variable borders, w/o any really important settlements though. Since I have Bug river which is important for partitions as border my Podlasia is even smaller. And since in 1419 half of the rest was owned by Masovian princes this province cannot be in any realitic way simulated at all if not part of the whole area up to Niemna river, which is thus both usable for partition 3 (as ALL of it went to Prussia - not Troki, but Troki was also on the other part of Niemna) and in 1815 ALL of it went to Russia. So again, I can impossible merge your 21 and 46, which leaves me unnecessarily many provinces here.
I doubt these extremely optimistic estimations for Polotsk and Wilna of which at most Vilna reached a population of more than 10.000 in late 16th or early 17th century (though the estimations given by Boguslawska/Topolski don't even give it that many inhabitants). Polotsk had never more than 10.000 inhabitants in the era that it was part of P-L.
But even if your numbers were correct, compared to European average for ~1600 P-L had no real cities other than Danzig, other than in name. Oh, and of course, ~1600 all these cities reached its peak. As you know the average amounts of inhabitants of P-L cities about halved if not worse in the period of 17th and early 18th century wars...
Words can mean very complex things but for something like a game these are nothing else but labels. Truly, I'm always surprised how much importance some people put to that tiny little detail in pdox games
I suggest you to first look at your maps closer my friend before you argue with me again on this one
Jimbo_Jools said:Well, I uninstalled EU2 last night because that other chap's "MyMAP" altered some files and my game ceased to work.
So, when your (by the looks of it) superior map is complete - and working - please do let me know, for I wish to use it together with the Age of Imperialism mod and, of course, the BOLD colourscales mod
Thank you sir,
PS: Looks much better with Essex, Wessex & Sussex instead of Kent... well done
EDIT: Actually, if it's easier (because you won't have to bother pissing about with all of Hive's scenarios), I shall try your map with EP to start with, because I've yet to use it properly, the owner seems to pride himself on his AI (no doubt helped somewhat by Daywalker ) and it only has one or two scenarios, so not alot needs altering. Can't wait!
Kasperus said:Hmm, well, as I pm'ed you yesterday, the map will not really work on any other scenario right now than my modified 1419 GC, obviously for trivial issues like lots of empty provinces all around the world as for less trivial stuff like CTD's because of fleets in inland provinces etc.. I fixed this kind of stuff in my own GC so that will work. It might work with AoI package w/o the actual 1419 scenario that Hive used as he remained early on at least close to standard GC. You would only miss some countries that he included in the game and that I won't include myself for the moment (provisoric GC will contain only countries that are actually in standard game as countries or revolters) and some events might unhistorically fire on 1st january 1419 because they won't be written off in history. However using it with any AGCEEP based package (like EP) will give much more problems as more settings like ai, events and actual countries are much different. Of course, if you really have too much time you can try to adjust one of these scenarios to the use with my map
Anyway, I will upload a version for testing containing both map, province.csv and the provisoric GC tonight and give you a link by pm. Btw, I tried to pm you an answer earlier on the AoI stuff but your box was full so you should check that out.
minject watk290805.eu2map /L:O