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      hamtheguy1 is offline
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    So I was playing with campaign cartographer 3 and this happened. As you can see I have not gotten around to placing the forest and stuff but what do you think too many rivers, too many mountains not enough, do the mountains look contrived?

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    Looks good, The yellowish desert looking area doesn't work, or the black area. Maybe make them blend more so its a gradual change to those regions. To make them a bit bigger

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    One thing I did notice is that some of your lakes have two rivers leaving the lake and I remember there being some kind of rule that lakes can have multiple inlets but only one outlet. If you do a search on the forums for rivers you should find the thread easily. Other than that I think you are off to a good start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caraldur View Post
    One thing I did notice is that some of your lakes have two rivers leaving the lake and I remember there being some kind of rule that lakes can have multiple inlets but only one outlet. If you do a search on the forums for rivers you should find the thread easily. Other than that I think you are off to a good start.

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    Thank you for pointing that out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ready0055 View Post
    Looks good, The yellowish desert looking area doesn't work, or the black area. Maybe make them blend more so its a gradual change to those regions. To make them a bit bigger
    Thank you for pointing that, out they did look weird.

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