The NextGen OTL Worlda Series

Alright, so this patch is one that will have to applied separately due to the map cutting through the Pacific; I think I'm gonna take a break before I due anymore of the Pacific, aside from maybe Guam and the N. Mariana Islands.


The below patches are overhauls and/or fixes for;
-U.S. State of Hawai'i
-United States Minor Outlying Islands (AKA the uninhabited U.S. Pacific Territories)
-Republic of Kiribati
-Republic of Nauru
-Tokelau (NZ territory)
-Changes to some sea borders.


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Are Bikini, Enewetok, and Ujelang Atolls modified too, since I can't see them in this patch
 
Are Bikini, Enewetok, and Ujelang Atolls modified too, since I can't see them in this patch

They are all on the map yes, they are however not made to appear larger* than they actually are.


*The only time I do that is when an island would normally be to small for even a single pixel but it's either a sovereign or autonomous polity or it holds importance enough to justify being shown.
 
Does anyone has a WorldA patch of the total area of the Amazon Rainforest or the Amazon Basin?

Here's a more or less correct one for the modern Amazon Rainforest; I have a mostly finished Amazon Basin one I can finish tomorrow as well.

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Here's a more or less correct one for the modern Amazon Rainforest; I have a mostly finished Amazon Basin one I can finish tomorrow as well.
Thank you!, I have already put it in my map, the Amazon Basin will not be needed, since the rainforest is my focus, so do not feel pressured to make the basin map.
 
made a rough map of the drainage divides of north and south america (mostly north, as wikipedia had a map for a few, while SA just had the continental divide)
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here is what I've got done (independantly) on that front, since I've gotten hiperfixated on Bioregionalism lately
 
I don't think so, though that said I wouldn't be that surprised if we don't have any for any of the maps due to not just how many there are and how small they can be, but also how incredibly fast they have new languages come into being.
 
Here's a patch for Papua New Guinea;

-Added and corrected the size and placement of various islands.
-Removed some non-existent islands.
-Corrected the coast of the Papuan main island.
-Changed the oceanic border lines.
-Added an oceanic border for Australia's Torres Strait Islands.


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Alright so here's a major patch covering the Republic of the Solomon Islands, Republic of Vanuatu and the French Overseas Region of New Caledonia;
I will note quite a bit of this ended-up being difficult to do as quite a few of the archipelagos involved have a complexity that's hard to show at the scale of the map.

-Major reshaping and repositioning of existing islands.
-Added some missing islands and removing several non-existent ones.
-Changes to oceanic border lines.
-Minor additional ocean border changes for Papua New Guinea.


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Claimed administrative divisions of both Chinas. Note that the vast majority of information about the continental ROC is in mandarin so the map is very incompleate, also I *think* ROC recognised mongolia as an independant country in 2002, so the claims over mongolia no longer apply.
 
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Claimed administrative divisions of both Chinas. Note that the vast majority of information about the continental ROC is in mandarin so the map is very incompleate, also I *think* ROC recognised mongolia as an independant country in 2002, so the claims over mongolia no longer apply.

They did indeed recognize Mongolia in 2002 and stopped including it in the maps l.
 
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