I have a question for 210: does the split need to involve two rival governments, like it has been the case with Germany or Vietnam, or can it be based on other factors, like the Velvet Divorce of Czechia and Slovakia?
The split can certainly be amicable - Czechoslovakia was one of the examples I had in mind.I have a question for 210: does the split need to involve two rival governments, like it has been the case with Germany or Vietnam, or can it be based on other factors, like the Velvet Divorce of Czechia and Slovakia?
I'd suggest expanding it to a theme of last nation standing of any particular religion.The Third and Final Rome: show a world in which Russia, although not in any serious danger of being conquered in the near-term, is the last independent Christian nation on Earth. (This, of course, can be done in a number of different ways).
Thanks for letting me know. I rescind my submission.@Osk
I absolutly adore your TL and love your map, but I think i should warn you that there is a rule - or at least was - that a map posted on a MOTF has to have been made after the start of the round, or at least, that it cannot have been shared on the public server/internet before the start of the round.
I'm not sure how this rule stands now, since i haven't heard about if for several months, but it's generally considered good sport not to post old maps and create a maps for the contest - which is a creative one before all, since you posted your map before on your TL i'm not sure if it's going to be accepted
@Kaiphranos should know better than I
Reviving my suggestion(s) for MOTF 211.I Am Error: Make a map depicting a nation or border anomaly created by mistake (e.g. Minnesota's Northwest Angle).
It's Dangerous to Go Alone: Make a map depicting a nation or region who has managed to prosper/start winning thanks to foreign aid.
It's a Secret to Everyone: Make a map depicting the aftermath of the revealing to the public of a territorial change or treaty that has been kept secret for years.