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I found some amazing maps

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I found some amazing maps here:
http://sorol.wikispaces.com/Sorolpedia

It must of taken this guy forever to do just one on of these.

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Very impressive! I'm not a fan of the names used, but the mastery of the mapping program is fantastic.

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whoa.
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Those are nice.
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Post by serleran »

Yeah, the maps are pretty. A little too detailed, for me, but I am not one to use an actual map in a game either. I prefer simple maps, if any. Though, those are fun to look at. Also, can't say I particularly like the name scheme, but that is a very minor thing -- names can always be changed.
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Very nice! I get away with fractal mapper and Campaign Cartographer 3 for most of my mapping needs, especially CC3 since it wasn't at all cheap. FM is far easier to use though.
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It looks like Fractal mapper was used on the world map. Yeah, count me in for not liking the maps names, either, but the maps themselves are pretty nice.
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wow, I think I have map envy! They certainly put in some effort on that collection.

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Post by Maliki »

Lord Dynel wrote:
It looks like Fractal mapper was used on the world map. Yeah, count me in for not liking the maps names, either, but the maps themselves are pretty nice.

Same here, maps are great, names I could do without.
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