Oooops, I've accidentally uploaded it to the Invasion section. It's economic, actually.
This part of the coast has never seen any settlers due to poor soil. There is some pitch, however, which may be useful for the nearby county where grave war never stops. Turn this junk into our additional supply base, and you may be sure, the King will reward you.
A small calm map to relax without much action. I just love beautiful maps to look at.
This map did not work for me because I was defeated right after start.
Kosvid File Author
Posted on 11/28/16 @ 05:52 PM
I'm waiting for your opinion of the map. :)
Posted on 12/10/16 @ 12:58 PM
The defeat issue unfortunately has not been solved ... did you really playtest this map? I guess it's the "no-units-on the map" loose condition that should be fixed ...
Kosvid File Author
Posted on 12/15/16 @ 01:26 AM
It is strange. I remember well that I reuploaded it.
For me everything was fine in the game, so I downloaded the file and replaced the map with the one from the site, and yes, it was not working.
Now I updated it and uploaded a zip file under different name to make sure it changes. But now it can't be downloaded as the site says it does not exist. I don't know what to do here. :(
Upd. This seems to be working now.
[Edited on 12/15/16 @ 02:13 AM]
Posted on 12/26/16 @ 04:41 AM
Kosvid, your reuploaded version of the map worked well now!
I didn't register any further bugs or issues; in deed, right in the first game years when I was establishing a well floating economy whilst cranking up my military defence (as I expected more bandit attacks which however didn't actually appear any more...), I had to consider a lot of things, concerning the demanded objectives, for example how and where to place the food and wood production. As there isn't much space that can be used because of fast growing trees all over the map. It took me a while to figure out how to manage an efficient balance between beer production and consumption whilst keeping the popularity in the plus by organising a wise taxation and solid nutrition of all workers and peasants.