The NextGen OTL Worlda Series

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edit: i didn't just add lakes i substantially changed the coasts to make it close to the projection (which is Philbrick Sinusoidal Mollweide)
yes i fix europe worlda expect 1930 somewhat later
 
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also, the 3100 BC map is so ancient, that we need a coast patch for it
(also @hadaril you got the europe worlda?)
Feel waaaaaay to speculative in the north sea area, at least to my knowledge. The storega slide dud take down a lot of land, but what you have feels like too much. Further, the notion that sme portion of the Dogger Bank remained above water until the slide is very much a minority opinion
 
I very much support this level of subdivision; I do not support the colour. Here's one using the 4th level from the DCS:
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  • Map is no longer weirdly offset
  • Fixed Russian Caucasus
  • May I clarify that the dark grey border is ONLY to be used for subdivisions ABOVE normal subdivisions e.g. Iraqi Kurdistan, Srpska, Hong Kong/Macau; NOT autonomous first-level subdivisions e.g. Russian republics
  • Added Austria subdivisions
  • We don't need Spanish and German secondary subdivisions on a WorldA
 

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  • Map is no longer weirdly offset
  • Fixed Russian Caucasus
  • May I clarify that the dark grey border is ONLY to be used for subdivisions ABOVE normal subdivisions e.g. Iraqi Kurdistan, Srpska, Hong Kong/Macau; NOT autonomous first-level subdivisions e.g. Russian republics
  • Added Austria subdivisions
  • We don't need Spanish and German secondary subdivisions on a WorldA
Nah, I reckon there should be tiers for this. By the time we're getting to secondary subdivisions we're already getting a bit far, I don't see why we should strip the map of the ones for Germany too. Just have @hadaril make a new catagory named "too many subdivisions" for the version with the yellow internal borders.
 
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