Okay, so I've been working on this map for a while now:https://www.warlight.net/Play?PreviewMap=47479
I was wondering if I could get some advice from you guys. This map is based on population , each country having an approximately equal population.
As you can see, Australia has a bonus for each of it's states, but it plus East Papua New Guinea and New Zealand make one country. I was wondering whether I should make the colour of the bonuses all the same as the Super Bonus, or if I should make them all similar colours (e.g. different shades of blue) and just have the super bonus there to show it as Australia? Which would be more aesthetically better and more useful to see which is the country?
This advice would be really useful because Canada has the same idea going on as well as Russia.
One last thing, should Scandinavia do the same as Australia/Canada/Russia? It's quite large but I can't tell whether I should separate it into two and have a mini super bonus.
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EDIT : Some extra info: This map decides the countries of population, not the normal political borders. Each bonus represents one
country. I need help with what to do with Australia, Canada and Russia as they are too large to have as a single bonus, but should be sub-divided. I need to know how I should go about this, colour wise. Will you be able to tell that those bonuses make a single country like the other one bonuses? That's what I'm asking, sorry if I confused you.
Edited 10/8/2015 05:11:03