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May 12, 2013 @ 4:45pm
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The primary feature of the map is the river that flows down the center of the map. On either side of the river, three players are surrounded by large deposits of stone, gold, and food that allow them to build up before attacking. The only way around the river is the shallow waters at the top and bottom of the river, although the bottom shallows require a forest to be cleaved through. Finally, small islands in the middle of the river give tiny amounts of extra resources as small boosts to a booming economy, as well as providing expansion bases for an invader. A 3 v 3 setup is preferable as both sides of the river only have enough space for three players apiece.

Comments and/or new map ideas are welcome!
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krallen  [author] Mar 31 @ 7:37pm 
AI attacks even when set to team? Not sure what would cause that.
Nibelsnarf Mar 31 @ 2:42am 
Only issue I have with the map is that you're a little squished with your allies and that AI will attack you, even if you set them to be on your team. Other than that, fairly solid against human players, though it's sometimes a "rush imp for trebs so you can cut down the rows of fortifications".
EviL GiNGeR BreAD Mar 31 @ 2:36am 
Just got more feedback from a game with my mates, maybe open the forest bit behind each base for some more room? just because farm's start to clash
krallen  [author] Mar 30 @ 10:29am 
Good to know, thanks for the feedback!
EviL GiNGeR BreAD Mar 30 @ 2:19am 
The only TRUE problem i have with this, is where the stone is on the bottom left, so green has a hard time defending it when player 6 doesn't have to walk far to get on his tits. Apart from that good idea.
Driven Mar 27 @ 8:55pm 
What about a water map with most resources on small islands in the middle and everyone on larger, more barren islands? Maybe lots of boar/sheep on one island, stone on another, gold on another, and wood on another? Interesting for players to try to prioritize the resources that way....