Review by Muppet on 3/20/2012.
This map displays an impressive array of influences from around the world, drawing its triad of historical icons through both space and time. Though slightly superfluous artistically, the fantastical match-up of the scimitar against the ninjato and the broadsword is long overdue and may reveal clues as to why piracy is so effective in the present day.
In terms of play, each territory is connected to every other territory, providing players with an atypical insight into the actions of his opponent. The easy access to each territory also allows for sudden, drastic changes in the momentum of the battle, with a single mistake often leading to certain defeat. Though not the most appropriate map for a large number of players, those reliant on coin flips to determine their strategy will find themselves challenged by the extraordinary increase in the number of options available.
Truly the only drawback to this masterpiece is the lack of an appropriately balanced distribution. Without it, all seems left to chance.
Response by map creator Moros on 3/21/2012
Hey, just because I make the map doesn't mean you HAVE to play it and can give smart-ass comments about distributions. I once had one in mind, a very complicated one and it took me three hours to make. Then, out of a sudden, a lightning strike pierced my laptop and I only just had the time to upload the map without the distribution mode before the motherboard caught on fire and the battery exploded, leaving me with terrible burn marks that will last my whole life. I'm typing this with my last strength from a hospital bed and all I have yet to say before my fingers cramp from the extreme stress is: "I can type nonsense just as good as you" :)
Spartan battle arena: http://warlight.net/Map?ID=7911
Review by [REGL] Pooh on 1/31/2013.
A Map for simple minded people made by simple minded people.
2ND RUNNER UP
Bristol Country, Rhode island: http://warlight.net/Map?ID=3981
Description by maker: A map of the Municipalities in Bristol County, Rhode Island, USA
I'm sorry for this trash.
Review by Richard Sharpe on 4/14/2012.
What is this stupidity?