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Rating: 7.67 in 24 ratings
Map Committee Rating: 8.00 in 1 rating
Comments:
borgez (05/02/2005 09:47pm):
Same map but with 5 players. you have Rome, greece, Persia, Egypt and Carthage. Five
empires just starting out trying to control the Med sea. They start out with little, but
have many ports and cities to expand to and conquer.
borgez (05/02/2005 09:49pm):
Same map but with 5 players. you have Rome, greece, Persia, Egypt and Carthage. Five
empires just starting out trying to control the Med sea. They start out with little, but
have many ports and cities to expand to and conquer.
swissjak (05/03/2005 10:59am):
rome might have a little too much advantage, being all alone in the NE there
COeagle (05/03/2005 09:55pm):
Cool map and cool representation. Good amount of terrain, no roads, few properties, and
major civilizations. However, I dislike no bridge in the nile river, -2 for that. 8/10!
borgez (05/06/2005 08:11pm):
I agree that it looks like Rome has an advantage, but if you look at the factories you
should see that Greece and Carthage can get to the two factories quicker than Rome since
they go before Rome each turn. If Rome doesn't get one of those factories he is in
trouble. As for the nile bridge, that was a good point. Everyone else can travel overland
into their neighbors lands, so why not Persia and Egypt? Well there's the bridge. Happy
now CO? give me a ten.

Dullahan (05/10/2005 12:52pm):
The bridge is still nearly impossible to use effectively... I think you ought to place the
bridge (or an additional one) after the second bend in the Nile; that way YC can actually
invade GS with a decent chance of success. Just a thought, but shouldn't Rome have roads
leading to it? ("All roads lead to Rome") :-) Also, I think the map could use a bit more
terrain variety in the plains areas. 8/10 also.
sonickfd (10/07/2005 02:34pm):
God map, But greece has NO MOUNTAINS, while in reality it was quite mountainus... At least
it would be good to have one or two there...*8*
Silver Sharpie (12/07/2005 03:17pm):
Cool map....I didn't know Greece had mountains though...
oomouwmouw (03/29/2006 12:56am):
properties seem to be placed apart wrong... no one can capture anything on turn three
except BM and GS.
technolink (05/01/2006 04:16pm):
Your map is the first map on AWBW that is able to be commented on now (5/1/06), all the
other ones had their comments taken away, congrats on that

technolink (05/01/2006 04:16pm):
Your map is the first map on AWBW that is able to be commented on now (5/1/06), all the
other ones had their comments taken away, congrats on that

dboy (06/05/2006 01:52pm):
Fantastic geographical representation.

It could, however, do with a little work with terrain variety. At the moment Jake PWNs all.

10/10 to make up for those silly 8s
joeywashere (09/21/2007 06:28pm):
im gon be yellow because thats where i come from, im pure middle eastern
tsoukinator (01/06/2008 06:10am):
hahaha, blue moon!
greece all the way, lol =D
Nyvelion (12/18/2012 09:55am):
Until they go bankrupt...
Bamboozle (07/15/2013 01:23pm):
The geography isn't great, Anatolia and the Black Sea are horribly squished and Italy is
disproportionately large.
Pretty good nonetheless, 8/10
Last Edited on 07/15/2013 01:24pm


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