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    Default First free commissioned map

    my first commissioned map.
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    Community Leader Gandwarf's Avatar
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    Thanks for sharing Davros! It looks pretty good I think. The symbols are a bit basic, but work well together.

    One thing I noticed: to the north there's a cloud of smoke coming from a volcano/mountain. Some of the tree trunks seem to be on top of it.
    Also, why did you use a different color for the mountains to the northwest?
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    thanks for pointing out the trees and the volcanos, i'll fix those. The symbol set was one he liked, and it does seem to work together i think. The mountains were specifiedt that they were grey. I enjoyed working on the map. Hopefully his group likes iit.
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    Nice map. I think I may steal the name "Sunset Ocean" for one of my worlds, if you don't mind! - There are two weird rivers on the western peninsula, they seem to just "disappear" and go nowhere. Is this intentional? The river in the NE corner runs "through" a mountain - I am guessing this is an underground river?

    Anyway! No biggie, but in case those are not intended, I thought I'd point them out. (polishes River Police badge.)

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    I don't have a problem with you using any of the names, but they really aren't mine, they are the guy i'm doing this for. But I don't think he would have a problem with it. Do all rivers have to end in lakes or at the oceans?? I went ahead and added lakes to the ends of them. I thought maybe they could just peter out. thx,

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    Most rivers end in the sea, and probably over 99.9% end in a sea or lake (or another river). A few rivers do "peter out," for example the Okavango River in Africa. Apparently it used to end in a lake, but the lake dried up due to changing climate resulting in desertification. See this thread for some excellent river advice.
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    It's simple, but I like it. The one issue I saw that could use fixing is "Man's Road", where the "M" and "a" overlap.

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