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Violent Vortex (Design Map by lavagainer)
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lavagainer (08/03/2017 11:21pm):
I had been meaning to create a 4 player free for all map for a while now. Although, this could be
played with teams as well. I wasn't sure if I should ghost the ports in the center or not. We'll see.
the-deadly-shadow (08/06/2017 01:40pm):
Once more you have been the creator of a aesthetic map. However 48k per player is quite a lot.

I guess ghosting the ports in the center is unnecessary. The ports are not in
battleship/sub range of each other, except for Grit/Drake. I think producing naval units
in the center put them into a dangerous position. Furthermore naval units in general get
outclassed by air units, so I expect them not to be to much of a problem.
Last Edited on 08/06/2017 01:45pm
lavagainer (08/07/2017 01:28am):
I was thinking about removing the airports here. I'm not sure yet though. There are quite a lot of
properties. I will admit, maybe a bit too many. I think this will be the last map I make in this style. I am
actually trying to work toward a more minimalist style of design, focusing more on gameplay rather
than aesthetics.
Last Edited on 08/07/2017 03:12am
Xmo5 (08/09/2017 09:40am):
Hey, I saw there was a lot of discussion about this on the discord server, but I was on
vacation at the time so I didn't really get a chance to weigh in. If you want to talk
about it, feel free to hunt me down either here or there.


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