Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by B-29_Bomber, Jun 1, 2017.
No, it's actually a huge hre with a Portuguese emperor
@KolyenuKS What is with S. America?
And is it Ungaaaaarn Mongolia?
Just working on something new-
Is this for an Atlantropa thing?
partially, but with a bit of a twist
Extended Ice-age or something like that? So that it is alternate geography rather than history?
Hopefully it's going to be a bit of both
This is the updated version of the map;
you will see that Africa has changed.
I found this map yesterday which prompted me to change it;
No PoD nor timeline, just silly wankiness-wanky sillyness
Redrawing my world to have 1-pixel wide coasts and more islands/lakes/details. The rivers are still "thick" but i'll worry about them later.
In the process of redoing the style of the GEACPS map, to match atlases from the late Japanese empire
Looks nice, but in this situation I think Sichuan and Shaanxi would remain provinces. The Japanese do hold Chongqing and a fair portion of Shaanxi.
That's a reasonable analysis of it. I'll get to rectifying the situation as soon as possible.
Here's a wip map of an Arabo-African Colonization of the Americas, but I don't have a name for the 2 continents (they're named differently ittl), so can y'all help with a name (the Aztec's are called Mexica or Atlantis)
My WIP world map for the Hoi4 mod Red World. For those who don't know, Red World is an alternate history mod for Hearts of Iron IV that asks "What if the Soviet Union won the cold war?"; Europe has fallen to the Soviet order, the UAR survives until 2010 and the USA itself collapses in a similar fashion to OTL's Soviet Union. Currently. most of Europe is finished, with South America and Africa being the easiest to complete due to limited changes in the region; North America will probably be the hardest to map, as various successor and splinter states occupy the former US.
More information about the mod can be found on the wiki
Mhm, would be "total unification" likely? Wouldn´t be Germany too strong then?
I believe that the mod creator's explanation behind Germany's unification is that the Soviet Union was far too arrogant; they did have a veto vote but didn't use it as they were overconfident due to their successes in Europe.
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