I placed the cities as correct as possible. If there are some minor mistakes, that's...effect of the apocalypse, of course!
Aren't most of the cities in San Granola interchangeable?
There's some rep for you. Very nice work, though I do take exception to New Orleans surviving the rising sea levels.
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This is by far the best map I've seen so far here on the forum (granted I did just join the community this afternoon). The bounderies are clear and well defined, the colouring is natural and clean, and even the location names are straight and legible. A very nice job indeed. I shall use this as the benchmark to strive for when making my own maps for my campaign, a challenging feat indeed since as Rythal pointed out my homeland outside of To Ronto is now a wasteland .
This is great work. I like how you changed the names just enought that they are still recognizable, but you created a completely new political atmosphere. And the empire actually looks big enough to have enveloped several other nations in the past.
I agree, This is a great map! My only crit, and it's a small one, would be to dial back the compass lines a bit. As black as they are, they seem a little distracting. Good work though. I look forward to seeing more.
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