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    Heya, wasn't planning to enter but an idea popped up and I couldnt resist making a map for that... cheers, DJ

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    Neat idea Djekspek, looking forward to the finished version.
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    Cool idea, Djekspek!

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    Cool, Djekspek! I've seen maps of the insides of beasts before, but never showing what the creature truly looks like from the outside - nice added effect! Edit: ah, I see the city is on its back... I had to get a closer view on the map. Does the structures of the city suffer as the god-whale emerges from the sea on its century breath?

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    Cool concept. As Gamerprinter mentions the buildings may take a bit of a battering as while it's on the surface there are risks of enormous tsunami like bow-waves hitting the buildings, not to mention the huge rush of water as it dives again.
    A nice additional might be to have a huge wave-breaker shield-wall at the front of the city to protect it. Practical and would look cool and give character.

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