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    Saw today nice campaign map. Might be good for planning and having general overlook.
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    What do you mean "colonizable"? I don't have the game. Is it like with ATW that we re-build burned cities? Or like ETW where we build towns?
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    Like Attila with burned out cities or Wh(s) with ruined cities...

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    Quote Originally Posted by alhoon View Post
    What do you mean "colonizable"? I don't have the game. Is it like with ATW that we re-build burned cities? Or like ETW where we build towns?
    Mix of both. Some of the cities are obviously razed and can be rebuilt, while some of the frontier regions in the south and on Taiwan were very far from the centers of cuvilization historically and are colonized in the Empire: Total War sense. One of the factions (Dong Zhuo) also has the ability to raze cities and render them “uncolonized” when they are captured. Since they aren’t controlled by any faction you can waltz in and claim control of the settlement through cash. They take quite a bit of money to build up compared to their northern counterparts, however.

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    Finished three campaigns so far and had no idea there is Taiwan on the map...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Odinarius View Post
    Finished three campaigns so far and had no idea there is Taiwan on the map...
    I tried to sail there twice but couldn't land nor see anything. Do you need to unlock something to unlock access to Taiwan?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Odinarius View Post
    Finished three campaigns so far and had no idea there is Taiwan on the map...
    It's called Yizhou iirc and there are 2 settlements I think there. In my campaign, Kingdom of Wu I think settled on one part if the island, at least from what I can see on the diplomatic map.

    My first ever 3K campaign as Zheng Jiang is actually to sack and loot settlements on the way south to start a base there but sadly got defeated in 30 turns since I could not created new armies (with no settlement).

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    Quote Originally Posted by JupiterMoneta View Post
    I tried to sail there twice but couldn't land nor see anything. Do you need to unlock something to unlock access to Taiwan?
    You don't. You can sail to Taiwan but clicking on the sea near the coast and then clicking onto the island itself to land when your men get near. It takes roughly 10-25 turns to get there if you beeline from Turn 0 after you beat the starting enemy, depending on your distance.

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    Be pretty interesting if you somehow made an emperor seat on Taiwan. You're pretty much guaranteed to keep that province, and therefore stay an emperor permanently.

    Like everyone else I didn't even know that was part of the map. I don't think it was even occupied by the Han empire at that time. At least, not heavily.

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    Default Re: Campaign map [resource]

    Another great material :-)
    https://www.reddit.com/r/totalwar/co...rce_map_three/
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