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Areas - 3/13/2009 1:24:44 AM   
bOrIuM

 

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Hi,
As EiANW is based a little on EiH, why dont you name the areas like in EiH ? I mean, not on the map directly, but not "area125". Think its not that difficult to do, but long, and would be easier for us than "corps in area254 normal supply".

What you think ? no need to rush, but would be cool to have
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RE: Areas - 3/13/2009 12:14:57 PM   
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I would like this too. Even if not EiH, something other than "area125" named for the province or a major city would be better.


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RE: Areas - 3/13/2009 2:12:10 PM   
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I didn't realize the areas were named in EiH??? what version are you talking about?


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RE: Areas - 3/13/2009 7:59:27 PM   
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I thought areas were numbered.  I send messages to AI players requesting attacks on area 325, 244  etc. all the time????????????????????????

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RE: Areas - 3/13/2009 8:34:23 PM   
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They are numbered. But when you see in the log that something happened in area 325, you have to play Go Fish to find it. A geographic name would be more helpful, and more interesting.

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RE: Areas - 3/14/2009 3:37:24 AM   
bOrIuM

 

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added a shrinked map with the names of the areas on the Tech forum. But had to compress it due to upload limit.

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RE: Areas - 3/16/2009 10:29:07 AM   
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good idea!

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Hi,
As EiANW is based a little on EiH, why dont you name the areas like in EiH ? I mean, not on the map directly, but not "area125". Think its not that difficult to do, but long, and would be easier for us than "corps in area254 normal supply".

What you think ? no need to rush, but would be cool to have


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