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Map of the week discussion: Week 249: 10/31/2019 06:58:41

Fizzer 
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Hello!

Every week we vote on 5 maps, and the map with the most votes becomes the map of the week for the following week.

Go here to vote: https://www.Warzone.com/MapOfTheWeek/View?Week=249

You can use this thread to discuss the current vote. Tell us why you voted the way you did!
Map of the week discussion: Week 249: 10/31/2019 10:27:01


Belgian Gentleman
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can someone with membership do me a favor and nominate the elitist garbage map please? I'd be happy to see it up there. I'd be grateful.

Edited 10/31/2019 10:27:52
Map of the week discussion: Week 249: 10/31/2019 11:54:22


Phakh Gokhn 
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No offense Belgian, but I don't think your map would be able to win against current competition, it's best to wait for a weaker week to come.
Map of the week discussion: Week 249: 10/31/2019 14:09:15


EndlessFlame27
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“Seven Cities was an ancient civilization, steeped in the power of antiquity, where Ascendants once walked on every trader track, every footpath, every lost road between forgotten places. It was said the sands hoarded power within their sussurating currents, that every stone had soaked up sorcery like blood, and that beneath every city lay the ruins of countless other cities, older cities, cities that went back to the First Empire itself. It was said each city rose on the backs of ghosts, the substance of spirits thick like layers of crushed bone; that each city forever wept beneath the streets, forever laughed, shouted, hawked wares and bartered and prayed and drew first breaths that brought life and the last breaths that announced death. Beneath the streets there were dreams, wisdom, foolishness, fears, rage, grief, lust and love and bitter hatred.”
Steven Erikson, Malazan Book of the Fallen (Deadhouse Gates)
Map of the week discussion: Week 249: 10/31/2019 15:31:28


Belgian Gentleman
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No offense Belgian, but I don't think your map would be able to win against current competition, it's best to wait for a weaker week to come.


I don't know if it could win this week, but winning is lesser important for me. I'm rather waiting for the day when both words "elitist" and "garbage" become an available option in this artistic contest. That'd be sweet.

Edited 10/31/2019 15:33:59
Map of the week discussion: Week 249: 10/31/2019 16:39:17


Viking1007 
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@Belgian Gentleman, I will nominate your map next week. It looks good.
Map of the week discussion: Week 249: 10/31/2019 17:15:29


Phakh Gokhn 
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@Belgian Gentleman, I will nominate your map next week. It looks good.

If you want it to go that way, then I'll need to ask my friends to nominate some crappy maps next week. Seeing Elitist Garbage win is my personal dream, it would be a shame if it didn't come true :*(
Map of the week discussion: Week 249: 10/31/2019 21:05:22


THE TungstenTrex
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Fizzer, pls adopt me

I am starting to contract gangrene
Map of the week discussion: Week 249: 11/1/2019 01:53:18


𝘝𝘌𝘙𝘕𝘈𝘓 𝘝𝘐𝘕𝘈𝘐𝘎𝘙𝘌𝘛𝘛𝘌
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TFW Stopped making maps because I got tired of winning MOTW
Map of the week discussion: Week 249: 11/6/2019 03:17:10

Zyneburg
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I watched 2 whole minutes of Ninjanic's map making tutorial on youtube and I can most definitely make a map of the world with 9999 territories. In all seriousnesss though, Belgian, your map looks good, you can see the... effort put in to naming each individual territory with snarky comments.
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