Jump to content
Age of Civilizations

CataTheIdiot

Gentleman
  • Content Count

    3
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Recent Profile Visitors

324 profile views
  1. One of the first fan-made scenarios for the Bloody Europe II map! Featuring: Border gore! An overpowered Celtic Union! Prussia! Stronk Bulgaria! Sealand! (not the actual Sealand, the bootleg Sealand) Angry Finnish people! And more! Screenshots: credits to: Suzema for the map (http://www.ageofcivilizationsgame.com/topic/74870-bloody-europe-ii/) u/Flag_of_Tough_Love for the Sweden/Finland union flag (https://www.reddit.com/r/vexillology/comments/3ale5x/my_flag_for_a_swedenfinland_union/) u/countgeorge for the rest of the flags (https://www.reddit.com/r/vexillology/comments/2bn46h/over_on_rmapporn_theres_a_popular_post_called/?sort=confidence&compact=true) u/Breskvar for the scenario idea (https://www.reddit.com/r/europe/comments/5ds06a/the_eu_divided_into_28_countries_with_equal/) NOTE: i didn't use the regular Earth map because the borders would be incorrect by a long mile. sorry mobile people, but the pc master race is supreme. Download: https://drive.google.com/open?id=15GpZ3YfwG1RxvTMgIE3KnTjQhGU1sd_a Bloody Europe II (by Suzema): http://www.ageofcivilizationsgame.com/topic/74870-bloody-europe-ii/ PS. blame the people that made this alternate EU map (https://www.reddit.com/r/europe/comments/2bhf3f/europe_equipopulous_xpost_from_rmapporn/) and not me.
  2. This is basically a scenario using the current provinces of China, including Mongolia and Taiwan. There are 35 countries at the moment. Countries like Nepal and Bhutan will probably be added in the future. Map based on: If there is a mistake, please tell me. Every province except for Hong Kong, Macau, Tibet, Taiwan, and Mongolia is communist as I am unsure of what ideology they should be. Please note that this scenario is still in progress. Download: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1L1ZefYtTR5P-b0IoP8Jl_1UDnyC_Gui_ By the way, Shandong is overpowered. The borders for Hebei are probably wrong as well, but I think it's the provinces' fault.
×
×
  • Create New...