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    Quote Originally Posted by rdanhenry View Post
    The lake in the Elvish Triangle still has five outflows. Otherwise, it seems to be coming along quite nicely.
    Oh yeah, don't know how I missed that. Thanks, will be fixed.

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    Okay, a few more updates. Some more forests added, namely in the valley that leads to the Far North in the top of the map, and changed the tree-type to a more jungle-like tree in the jungle in the South. Fixed the five outflows from the Elvish Triangle as well. The map is nearing an end, I think.

    The next update will most likely be a whole bunch of small tree clusters in the Northwest, would create some interesting scenarios I think. I'm at a bit of a loss as to what to add in the South.. hmm.

    I also added a scale, I'm not quite sure about it though. I want the area depicted to be massive, but I'm a bit conflicted as to how massive. I want a trip from North to South to take the better part of a year (possibly more), so it might be somewhat accurate. I don't know.

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    Forests look pretty good but you need some variation in your mountains.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ascension View Post
    Forests look pretty good but you need some variation in your mountains.
    I'll second that...also there are one or two spots where your forests overlap your lakes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steel General View Post
    I'll second that...also there are one or two spots where your forests overlap your lakes.
    Thanks for pointing that out, will be fixed in next update.

    I'll try to make some variation in mountains - it's just hard when it's that simple of a drawing to make everything fit together.

    Also, another note on the scale: The scale bar's km has been changed from 250km to (a much larger) 600km - and I think that's gonna stick. It very much has the right feel, and after a few calculations the time it takes walking/riding a horse between a few key points is exactly what I had imagined.

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