I haven't updated the wiki in forever; I slightly reformated the links to some of the maps a while back and didn't update them on the wiki. The links in the main post of this thread should work.As a heads up, the links for all the Ancient and Classical maps on the Wiki page up to 250 BCE are broken, as is the "editable template". Anyone have these files?
Using the Video for the apolitical map, I've updated the map for June 2021
Correct; I'll threadmark this, but I don't want to add a link on the main thread post to avoid confusion. Keeping things consistent to Jan 1 avoids a lot of ambiguity in maps.The maps are only for January 1 of each year.
Its like some parts are correct and others are utterly wrong in both maps (its a bit disconcerting)As @Pen mentioned, the old worlda's were uh, not great and I put some paragraphs on the original post explaining that. Here's the 1200 map from the old series. Note the different land color in east siberia, the number of uncolored countries, and other such wonderful features such as borders that don't line up with other years.View attachment 623901
For comparison, here's the new one:
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Okay, in the 2020 and 2021 maps orange is used to denote first-division border disputes, so you can use that.So, I don't know how to show the disputed border between the Capitanía General de Chile (General-Captaincy or Captaincy-General, I don't recall the exact term in English) and the Audiencia de Charcas.
Use this:Also, there is no way of mapping the expansion of Mapuche influence to the eastern side of the Andes.
The mapuche didn't reach that far into the northeast, and also hadn't expanded all the way at the time of the map (aka prior to 1776)