I think this is the only missing one @redrum
If you add this to the TWW folder we should be all good.
True north strong and free
@Hepps Budapest is closer to Vienna than Transylvania. However, Budapest should not start with a factory. The Hungarian government opposed the war and had not prepared for war. Why does this thinly populated Carpathian mountains receive the same income as industrialized Bohemia, the heart of the Austrian arms industry.
Yes as stated, trying to fit Budapest into the existing map was a challenge given that I was trying not to have it adjacent to Vienna.
Bohemia should have likely been valued at 4. Will likely swap the value with Transylvania which is currently valued at 4.
I am all but certain there will be lots of changes once this is ready for play.
@alkexr I agree that the placement is a bit wonky...
When you really look at it the issue is how I had to "persuade" Budapest to being in Southern Hungary based on how the original map was created. (Bear in mind I simply altered this map to the best of my abilities without starting from scratch). I was trying to stop the Austrians from having 2 high PU value territories (with established production facilities) directly connected.
@Cernel Nothing like a ringing endorsement to build some excitement around a map!
I will provide you with a quote that I hope tempters your zeal for providing input...
"If you must tell me your opinions, tell me what you believe in. I have plenty of doubts of my own" Johann Wolfgang Goethe
I guess what I am saying is add something to the conversation more than just blanket criticism. If you have gone so far as to establish that the unit roster is imbalanced... would it not be more helpful to make some suggestions, perhaps identify which units are out of balance? For certainly you have already done the work to establish this if you have already made these determinations.