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Stuff going on in Řots and Wyster

Posted by Rasmus Rasmusson on 14 July 2017 in English (English)

Since my return to OGF I have been slowly expanding my countries (Řots and Wyster).

In Řots the most ‘developed’ areas are the capital (Nekkar) and the southwestern part of the Bořāzint province: adding nature, improving some infrastructural features, adding street names, etc. More often I look to the Open Streetmap for inspiration and comparison to get things the right size or to make them look more natural; there is still much that can be improved. In Nekkar I started mapping the city centre in more detail (adding restaurants etc.).

In Wyster the most mapped area is the county of Cervirc, which is now completely covered by mapping elements, although much more features can still be added. The city centre of the capital Hreawirc is slowly expanding as well; I developed the Wystrian zip code system, so embassies can now be added to the area (I hate it when embassy addresses are left incomplete). And there is Wystrian money now: the 100 Craem note has perhaps turned out slightly more flamboyantly pink than I intended, but I’m going to leave it like that for the time being, awaiting other bank notes with which it can be contrasted.

(And, less urgently, I’m looking for texts to translate into Řotsnan and/or Wystrian in order to keep developing these languages (the grammar descriptions are more or less finished, but vocabulary needs to be added and translating texts helps me to see if there should be features that I forgot or overlooked), so if you want you can send me something literary, funny, serious, short, long, financial, technical, poetical, gastronomical, intelligent, dumb, religious, vague, specific, scandalous, instructive, prohibitive, informative, etc. as long as it is OGF related (via PM) and I will try to provide a translation.)

Comment from zhenkang on 16 July 2017 at 03:53

Nice to hear you plans! Continue maping!

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