Any chance of a screenshot of what is now Northern Ireland? I want to see what settlements are included.
outstanding work! However, I though WOTW was going to encompass all of western Europe...
anyways from one mapper to another I think there are some problems. the amount of regions and size of the map is insane considering there are only 4 or 5 factions on the map.
also how will this map be ported to the rest of europe? if ever...
We will have at least 2 campaign, one which focuses on Britannia which uses this map and a second one which uses a completely new map focused on Western Europe.
Is Poclintun meant to be modern day Pocklington? If so why is it south of Sheffield and so far away from York?
great to see a brittania map being made
The map looks really great!! Do you plan to add more factions or the number will be the same?
Holy cow guys, amazing work.
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Your effort in this is gargantuan. I'm simply amazed. I've been reading up and think this mod is amazing. Will you be releasing the beta so everyone to participate? If not, that's okay. I'll wait.
Great to hear something from the western front!!!
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2 questions and there may be perfectly good reasons
Why Trematon and not St Germans in Cornwall? St Germans was the bishops seat in Cornwall, and to be honest there were plenty of places in Cornwall more important than Trematon during this period
Why Peterborough and not Kings Lynn or Ely in East Anglia?
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Presumably the cities on this map are merely placeholders? Because the positioning looks fairly inaccurate for a fair few of them: Lancaster and London, for example.
The whole "shape" of NW England looks distinctly off to me as well. This looks really rather dissimilar to this. I'd definitely add the River Ribble in (as a former frontier between England and Scotland), with the town of Preston.
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