Random Odd Map

Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Mason, Sep 3, 2007.

  1. Mason None of us are getting out of here alive.

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    Here's a map I made earlier in August, I was wondering what happened in this world?
     
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  2. Guildencrantz Chair of the Scioto Regional STATEPLAN Committee

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    virginia uberpwns all o y'all, biatchs!
     
  3. GTD Aquitaine Hunter of Quasars

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    I'm betting either alternate colonization or a nuclear war. If it's the former, then it gives me the vibe of one where the First Nations were better able to resist the Europeans from the start. I can't think of many other circumstances that would make the unstoppable powerhouse union of Labrador and Nunavik into a state unto itself.
     
  4. Atreus Deceased

    How is this different than OTL?

    North America fragments on regional lines.
     
  5. The Sicilian Well-Known Member

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    Nah beeyotch, them be the Haudenosaunee, fool!
     
  6. Max Sinister Retired Myriad Club Member Banned

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    The blue strip from Louisiana to the west coast is very strange.
     
  7. Atreus Deceased

    New England uber Alles!


    All that survives of Virginia is that little sliver on the penninsula
     
  8. Guildencrantz Chair of the Scioto Regional STATEPLAN Committee

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    Never! fight, for Fatherland!
    Sic Semper Tyrannis!
     
  9. arctic warrior Scandinavian die-hard

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    Carving up of North America the morning after a drinking, stinking, drunk party...
    oooooooooaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
     
  10. Tom Veil Nowhere Man

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    I think this map makes the most sense if the colors represent different waves of expansion, for example, the blue strip was annexed in 1854. If one reads the map the traditional way, where each color is an independent nation, some of these states are just not viable.