Roger Giner-Sorolla @ 2019-09-15 13:29:42
"Behold, a polar projection of the world" "Pretty advanced for 1587" "And of the southern continents which are known to be inhabited by centaurs, griffons, dragons and giant birds" "..." https://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/detail/RUMSEY~8~1~303661~90074314:Composite--Tavola-1-60---Map-of-the
Paolo Greco @ 2019-09-16 05:57:26
Well, yes. The farther you go from home the highest level random monsters are
Richard G @ 2019-09-18 20:47:58
I have found this to be true. Looking back at my starting land I wonder at the smallness of the monsters, their self-destructiveness limited to fits of pique and failing to show up to press conferences, as opposed to grand larceny and cozying up to Kim Jong-un. Like goblins vs trolls.
Richard G @ 2019-09-18 20:58:49
actually though, that map's a super interesting mix of sensible and unreliable (and I'm not just saying that because it's right in period for my 1599 game) - - California NOT an island - no NW passage - fairly accurate coastlines for the Americas and Borneo isn't a totally silly shape (even if Java is) AND YET - Japan as Pacific Atlantis? What? - how many Australias and Antarcticas? I really want one of those speedy little sailed galleys from the Caspian Sea, tho. They have the best stuff over there.
Roger Giner-Sorolla @ 2019-09-18 22:46:53
blackface morris and real ale fundamentalism can't compare to rollin' coal and open carry
Paolo Greco @ 2019-10-03 09:15:45
the correct number of Australias and Antarctica is 7
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