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xmarkus
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Post by xmarkus » July 1st, 2005, 10:32 pm

I have created an europe-map.
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SaintDust
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Post by SaintDust » July 1st, 2005, 10:41 pm

map is to large for a 2v2..

try to resize it..

Map does look nice.. Italy is much larger then i thought it would be

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Post by olof » July 2nd, 2005, 9:31 am

a big too large, yes, but good idee

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Post by Cuyo Quiz » July 2nd, 2005, 11:14 pm

Dyplomacy special scenario, anyone?
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Post by olof » July 3rd, 2005, 9:15 am

Cuyo Quiz wrote:Dyplomacy special scenario, anyone?
could it be possible in a scenario to change teams during a game ?
then a scenario with places to reach to be in teams could work, but for much than 4 plyers, here...

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Post by elscouta » July 3rd, 2005, 9:59 am

You'll need simultaneous turns if you want enough players to do serious diplomacy -- or people will get quickly bored to wait hours between two of their turns.

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Post by Tux2B » July 6th, 2005, 2:06 pm

On wesnothfr.ww7.be, you have a map with Britanny. But it is far too big and has far too much villages.
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