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/人◕ ‿‿ ◕人\ (Design Map by mori4)
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Rating: 6.50 in 4 ratings
Map Committee Rating: 7.00 in 1 rating
Comments:
Kataiser (05/03/2012 07:52pm):
Needs moar magic.
mori4 (05/03/2012 10:34pm):
Early tank to mid seems initially valuable to control those contested cities, but the large
number of properties that the weak bases have available to them, combined with a powerful
airport position should help force some of the fighting to the side fronts.

I usually stick to odd numbers instead of even for map size, like 17x17, 21x19, etc. I find
even ones harder to balance well conceptually. We'll see how this one turns out.
Headphone (05/03/2012 10:35pm):
The contract has been sealed.
walkerboh01 (05/04/2012 05:31am):
Yeah, I used to be the same Mori, but I found that I really like how 20x17 or 18x21 maps turn
out, for example.

I don't really like how locked in the weak base is, there isn't an awful lot of room for mobility
there. I like the map overall, but maybe you can reduce the river or add an extra bridge for
another route out of that little area.
Mori2 (05/04/2012 09:44am):
That was actually a purposeful decision, but I suppose a bridge to lab couldn't hurt, and wouldn't
change the capture phase terribly.
Karis Fra Mauro (01/19/2013 11:13pm):
I'm starting to think someone is going around rating all maps 1 out of 10. Hmm. Anyway I
can see why it's A rank. I like my maps larger, with some predeploy and multiplayer, but
it's a solid 8 in my books.
Sioraf as Na Cillini (05/06/2015 02:36pm):
I like how the title of the map is Kyubey's face.
Xmo5 (08/11/2016 04:59pm):
Much different from Kyuubi's face
walkerboh01 (06/23/2017 01:08am):
I gave it a 7/10.


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