It's pretty funny to see this, because I just published a map based on Crusader Kings I: http://warlight.net/SinglePlayer?PreviewMap=17787
So this one will probably be very similar, as I can already see lots of duchies and counties with identical names and locations. But that doesn't really matter, I think.
- Pavia-Cremona (Lombardy, Italy)
- Mainz-Leiningen (Franconia, Germany)
- Galich Mersky-Chud (Vladimir-Beloozero, Rus)
- Bukhara-Kara-kum (Bukhara, Khiva)
- Dailam-Qazwin-Luristan (Kermanshah, Mesopotamia)
- Az Zarqa-Irbid (Damascus, Syria)
- Baalbek-Palmyra (Tripoli-Aleppo, Syria)
- Mahdia-Kairwan (Tunis, Africa)
- Lemdiyya-Ben Yanni (Alger-Kabylia, Mauretania-Africa)
Those are all I could find so far, but there are probably more.
- I like the way you placed the bonuslinks, but it's not a very efficient way. It's now pretty hard to guess what link belongs to which bonus. Most territories are large enough to fit both the link and the army number, so simply placing links on top of the territories should work in most cases.
- Also, with all duchies within a kingdom coloured the same way, it is again hard to figure out what link relates to which bonus. I think you should try giving different shades of colours to the duchies, but have them all blend in to for the main colour. (e.g. http://warlight.net/SinglePlayer?PreviewMap=14225). That looks better and is easier too.
- Your map contains a lot of territories that are pretty small. Some of them probably won't fit an army number. (e.g. Eu (Normandy, France), Hereford (Hereford, England), Bremen (Holstein, Denmark), Hebron (Jerusalem, Kingdom of Jerusalem)). In my maps I often had to enlarge a territory to ensure it fits an army number, as Fizzer usually doesn't allow maps with very small territories to be published.
- The borders of the territories always overlap. This should be the case within a bonus, but when territories from different bonuses (and thus different colours) touch, the borders should be adjacent to each other, so you can see both of the borders. On a map of this scale, it's probably too late to do anything about it, but when starting a new map you should pay attention to it, as maps with proper aesthetics usually get played more often.
- A small connection line error: there's no line between Canarias and Tamdoult, while they are connected.
- You named a territory in Ruthenia Turovv, but I'm pretty sure you spell it with a single v.
That's all for now, and I must say you did a pretty good job on your first map. I'd like to be involved in testing, and I'm looking forward to your next maps!