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Preference: 3/29/2012 02:47:49

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I don't really know which one I should pick, but the Original doesn't work. So what do you think I should do?

Original: http://WarLight.net/SinglePlayer.aspx?PreviewMap=11798
Option 1: http://WarLight.net/SinglePlayer.aspx?PreviewMap=11795
Option 2: http://WarLight.net/SinglePlayer.aspx?PreviewMap=11713

I am also thinking of a third option that I haven't done yet, but it would be a completed version of this, where the army number is inside the circle: http://WarLight.net/SinglePlayer.aspx?PreviewMap=11807
Preference: 3/29/2012 02:57:29


Richard Sharpe 
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Neither?

Option 1 is clearly the best option in my opinion.

That said, the inner two rings (2nd and 3rd bottom) as well as the outermost ring (Top) are all too small to fit double-digit armies as is supposed to be required of any new map.
Preference: 3/29/2012 03:01:35

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I thought it only has to be single digit.
Preference: 3/29/2012 03:06:41

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All options fit single digits in all territories except "Original" which can't fit single digit in the ring closest to the center.
Preference: 3/29/2012 03:07:30


Richard Sharpe 
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Apparently the requirement is only single digit but the reality is that a double-digit army is necessary. I can't think of a single decent map that doesn't support double-digit armies in every territory.
Preference: 3/29/2012 03:26:41

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It kind of supports double digits, it looks like this: ![](http://i.imgur.com/X1Br8.png)
Preference: 3/29/2012 03:45:17


NoobSchool (AHoL) • apex 
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My head just exploded.
Preference: 3/29/2012 04:58:27


Moros 
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As long as the numbers don't overlap I see no problem.
Preference: 3/29/2012 05:01:13

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The original was denied.
Preference: 3/29/2012 05:44:02

RvW 
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Did you check (and, if you don't mind, share with us here) *why* it was denied? For all we know, it could've been for an entirely different reason.
Preference: 3/29/2012 05:48:01

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Yeah I checked, it says

|>All territories must be big enough to completely fit their army number. Often people's first instinct is to keep territories real-life sized, however this doesn't work well in WarLight's engine. Take, for example, Hawaii in the main Earth map. Hawaii is a very small island, but in the Earth map it's sized significantly larger so that it can fit the army number. In the map designer, you'll find a button labeled Show Example Armies. When clicking this, all territories must be big enough to fit the entire army number.




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Preference: 3/29/2012 05:49:54

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Also what do you think I should name the map?
Preference: 3/29/2012 06:42:25

RvW 
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An easy solution would be to "remove" another ring of territories, it wouldn't really change gameplay on the map all that much, would it?
Preference: 3/29/2012 06:44:34

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Well my possible solutions are Option 1, Option 2, or Option 3, but I am not sure which to pick.
Preference: 3/29/2012 08:56:31

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Option one is the best i think
Preference: 3/29/2012 15:44:05


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option 1
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