I should imagine, particularly the southern part of the island. Hurricanes formed off the coast of Africa will swing up and hit them fairly frequently (at cat 1 or lower). The real question is… whether they actually would due to the global climatological changes caused by the island’s existence.Do tropical cyclones impact Antillia and Macronesia?
Do tropical cyclones impact Antillia and Macronesia?
Best of luck, it can Be pretty overwhelming at first but it’s not that bad once you research it.Hello! I'd Like to make an announcement about Ahikto and further future updates. Firstly, Beginning Friday, the continents will be redesigned to better fit realistic expectations for tectonic plates. Thus also allowing me to update the climate regions in the following weeks. Currently, I am doing research on plate tectonics and will be going into that soon. Also would like to mention that within the coming months I will be showing off maps that will be tests to help for later maps.
Sorry for the many unlabeled cities in the last map, I was more focused on trying out a graphical style that I don't have much experience with than on getting I every detail.
The idea behind the names is that this "Ancient US"'s records are lost over time (most road signs are destroyed, as are many computers, the Texans don't bring back the internet, however, there are extensive connections between a few individual devices through Bluetooth and similar technologies. Most technology is kept, but names are largely forgotten, and many come from foreign (Egyptian and Median/Madai) texts, resulting in name changes.
America --> Americuh (uh is barely registered by the foreigners) --> Americ' --[passed through foreign phonetics]--> Amrak
- Makalan = McAllen
- Montarai = Monterrey (the one in Mexico obviously)
- Waraz = Juarez
- Las Krusas = Las Cruces
- Karlabad = Carlsbad
- Addaas = Odessa
- Pakas = Pecos
- Albakurk = Albuquerque (the ee sound at the end got dropped)
- Santafa = Santa Fe
- Al Basa = El Paso
Yerak is just how Iraq was transliterated from Amraki English by its neighbors.
I'm really looking for feedback on the big map/graphic, the style and composition, not the information.
Apologies for any spelling and grammatical errors. Also, a note, this is not something I would want to happen, it's just something that was discussed on this thread that I found interesting.
How does the religious situation unfold in this world, given that "Amrak" is overwhelmingly Christian area sent back before even the rise of Judaism in a form that we would recognize.