Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Drex, Sep 18, 2018.
Don't forget the Uzbek / Turkmen Turkic-Persian divide.
Sure. the first could be added, but the latter, arguably, has already been covered in what you quoted.
Well... that doesn't look like so...
His map does not reflect such, but in fairness, it is a hard country to map on cultural lines.
Can you map that then?
I can try.
Thanks a bunch
I can't seem to find the base map this is on can someone provide one because on the map I'm using North America is a bit screwed up
My take on Afpak. Feel free to improve and synchronize if acceptable:
I would say that the main ridges should be shown too. I mean the Hindukush ridge separtlating Helmand from Anudarja deserves it
Or maybe we could just draw the seven regions of Afghanistan
Uh so i'm new here, and i found some wrong outdated borders on the hereditary captaincies of brazil, i told Bain about it so we fixed it, i made the northern vertical lines and bain fixed the horizontal ones
Aren't vertical lines supposed to be curved on QBAM?
Any chance we can get this in an equitectangular projection?
Yes they are I believe.
Yes but those are at the equator which means they're not curved.
Anyway here's a quick patch with the border for the Inini Territory.
so i have a question
what exactly are these
Indigenous reserves, I think
Russia patch number 1
You may want to patch Karelia.
The southeasternmost part of modern Republic of Karelia is not historically Karelian.
And you also have the Republic of Uhtua in a small portion of Karelia.
Then we also have the Karelian Labour Commune, as well as the East Karelian separatists...
And finally, the furthest Finnish advance in Karelia, including the military occupation zones.
Also, the Volga region is going to need some patching, but I'm not so sure on that.
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