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Map of the week discussion: Week 288: 8/2/2020 01:03:38

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=288

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 288: 8/2/2020 03:35:20


joeydavis761 
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Won 2nd place last week thanks to you guys. Let's try to get 1st this week!
Vote for Kadiir Valley
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Edited 8/2/2020 03:37:02
Map of the week discussion: Week 288: 8/2/2020 07:36:24


waffle
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I'll go for Ancient China: The Three Kingdoms, looks like an interesting map, the historical theme is a bonus.
Kadiir Valley would be my 2nd pick. It's a good map too.
Antarctica Small looks nice, but it's just another small map.
Strategic Serbia is quite interesting in its system, but the choices of the cities are bizarre. Doesn't maintain a high enough level of realism that is expected from a real world setting imo. It's like making a map of France and not putting Paris, Lyon or Marseille... it's just completely immersion breaking.
Gridlock is, as Nathan said in his review, another control the center map.
Map of the week discussion: Week 288: 8/2/2020 12:57:28


TheBelgian
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My choice will be Antarctica Small in this one. I agree with waffle, its just another small map - but it looks nice and I could totally see/play it on a QM setting.
Kadiir Valley would also be my second pick (it actually was my pick last week) due to its cheeky but interesting bonuses.
Strategic Serbia... really well planned and greatly organized, but as said previously... lacks realism. Would be my third pick.
Ancient China is not really a go for me, not my map style, but great backstory!
Gridlock is just weird... too squary also, will have to pass. But certainly there are those who will like it!
Map of the week discussion: Week 288: 8/2/2020 21:54:49

cleebaar123
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I love serbia, I think it looks great, what is unrealistic about it?
Map of the week discussion: Week 288: 8/2/2020 22:12:58


Seleukos
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The bonus borders have been made up, and cities picked, purely for gameplay reasons. Which is fair enough for some people but doesn't sit right with others.

Edited 8/2/2020 23:59:32
Map of the week discussion: Week 288: 8/2/2020 22:56:57

Orannis
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The borders aren’t completely made up, just altered. Still roughly correspond to the regions. Same with cities.

Would you rather have a hyper realistic map with no strategy? This isn’t a diplo map.

Fun to play, puts a unique spin on the game, looks great, I don’t see why you shouldn’t vote Serbia.
Map of the week discussion: Week 288: 8/2/2020 23:24:19


Seleukos
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I like it (and gave it 5/5), but I also understand why it would upset some people. Antarctica also has creatively altered borders but people are a lot less likely to care about that because it's not a country.

Edited 8/2/2020 23:28:26
Map of the week discussion: Week 288: 8/3/2020 07:25:39


waffle
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@Orannis I think there's a certain balance that needs to be reached with real world maps. The fact that you didn't include Serbia's capital or 2nd biggest city and picked a lot of less important cities as strategic spots makes it seem a bit meh. If you create a map of a real world region, I expect you to represent it somewhat accurately.
It's not to say the strategy layer isn't a nice idea, it's always nice to see maps with non-standard bonus systems, as they are more interesting than maps who keep repeating what has been done before. However, I'd prefer if you stuck to the layout of Serbia more closely (particularly when it comes to selecting cities), or else picked a fantasy setting or something where you are not limited by geographical stats. That is why I cannot vote for it.
Map of the week discussion: Week 288: 8/3/2020 13:07:55

yeeeeeee and my name is alex
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HELLO!
Map of the week discussion: Week 288: 8/3/2020 14:00:39


knyte 
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Another layer of missing realism in the Strategic Serbia map is that it does not depict the stain of genocide and ethnic cleansing tainting the whole nation.
Map of the week discussion: Week 288: 8/3/2020 14:01:10

yeeeeeee and my name is alex
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Map of the week discussion: Week 288: 8/3/2020 20:31:58


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I will vote for Kadir Valley again
Map of the week discussion: Week 288: 8/3/2020 22:00:41

KingEridani 
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I dont usually, but saw this guy's ^^^^^^^ name and had to say, nice one bro.


Kadir Valley!
Map of the week discussion: Week 288: 8/4/2020 13:55:58


Hao 
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Let's pick Ancient China: The Three Kingdom

If you have try it, you should love it!
If you haven't, you should have a try!
Map of the week discussion: Week 288: 8/4/2020 17:07:22

LimeL
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Serbia is genuenly amazing, interesting concept and it has a perfect size for such a map, my vote gors to Serbia
Map of the week discussion: Week 288: 8/4/2020 17:08:26

Arrow838™
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Indeed serbia it is
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