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    Wip Unamed campain map

    Hello!

    Here is my new map. 120cm by 90cm 300dpi
    Will be for printing when finished
    Click image for larger version. 

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    edit: dunno why the line on that preview

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    When I pull up the large version its going very dark. Strangely cool but not very functional, LOL.
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    Nope, still dark for me. The thumbnail above is brown and normal looking.
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    Not too dark for me, but there is really no natural reason for a river to split like that in the bottom right quadrant. Rivers only split in a certain stage of their life cycle, and always temporarily and for very short distances before joining up again, or close to shore where deltas form in deposited sediments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crudus View Post
    Not too dark for me, but there is really no natural reason for a river to split like that in the bottom right quadrant. Rivers only split in a certain stage of their life cycle, and always temporarily and for very short distances before joining up again, or close to shore where deltas form in deposited sediments.
    Indeed, but the map is far from finished, many mountains are still absent and the forest are not present yet. The mountains there are just the ones i had time so far to integrate
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    It doesn't matter how many mountains or forests you intersperse, a river will not split like that and travel in parallel courses all the way to the coast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crudus View Post
    It doesn't matter how many mountains or forests you intersperse, a river will not split like that and travel in parallel courses all the way to the coast.
    I believe it is not true. River bifurcation exist. It is a very rare occurence i agree but volcanic activity can be one of the reason.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/River_bifurcation

    But might change it if really people do not like it.
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    Changed and added rivers. Also added some mountains. Dunno yet how to make the forests (maybe treething)

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    Nice WIP. I also like Lake Iceland there in the upper right.

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