Nah, if someone is making a map the minimum of decency is to wait.Can we all agree to just end this game? It seems it was a trainwreck from start to finish with skips, time extensions, etc...
A lot more that I anticipated at the time! I have a thing bound for Entrerriano right now, though.I see youre a fan of Einsteins theory of time relativity. How many hours have passed?
I have just sent the map to you.@ZeSteel, @Gokbay and @Ulyanovsk, I'm missing your maps. Please send them to me as soon as possible, along with some commentary on the thought process/map overall.
I must congratulate List 2 for sending me all the maps in the first time. Only some map commentaries were missing but I've already adressed the respective users.
The Demeritian Orthodox Church, est. 1749
The Miaphysite tradition is in communion with the Oriental Orthodox Churches (The Holy See of Alexandria) and shepherds the souls of around 9.53 million people. Due to administrative issues and turmoil in both Egypt and Abyssinia, the Demeritian diocese were allowed autonomy. Archbishop Dato'ri Iusuf was elected Pope Jojyo (Giyorgis) I in 1749. Evangelizing the Native Demeritians has had mixed success, The Yolanu people have joined the church enthusiastically to benefit from trade, while the Natives of Southeast Demeritia resisting the Church with violence. The Kalkatungu Horse People near Winomo are rather average for the Demeritians: they have embraced the word of Christ, but cling to many pre-Christian traditions. Many Yenihon and K'imeritians have also begun founding settlements independent of the Abyssinian traders of the Western coasts. Mankassar K'imeritians, with their close proximity to Demeritia have been very influential, while anti-Christian regimes in Nihon and the surrounding area have been pushing migrations of Yenihon Christians to Demeritia and elsewhere in the known world.