From: Apple Valley, California USA
I would argue against both oil in Bakersfield, if they need to be together and in a mountain hex (i.e. specifically not in the city factory hex) I would put them in the mountain hex west of the hex containing Los Angeles, on the rail. But Bakersfielding them is better than current.
Well, if you advise me to put the oil in the mountains west of Los Angeles, this is quite the starting situation .
I'm not obliged to keep both in one hex , but I would prefer having them not in cities, and having them in mountains. Now, if you tell me that one oil in Bakersfield is realistic, let's go for it.
So here are 2 shots, one as the area was before (on the left) and how it is now (on the right) without the coastlines to make it simple for me. On the shot on the right, Los Angeles is still a desert, but I will change it.
Please tell me where the 2 OIL and the RESOURCE should go.
Thank you for repeating the graphic. The right hand map snapshot is much better. The resource is where I would put it, and Bakersfield is in the right place. If you are willing to make one more tweak, I would shift one oil resource from Bakersfield two hexes directly south (in that orientation), to the mountain hex directly to the left of Los Angeles. I would also confirm that Los Angeles ought to be clear, not desert.