OpenGeofiction

Alsatian

Mapper since: January 17, 2018 | Contributor terms: Accepted 5 months ago

So, hello, there. I'm Alsatian.

I'll point out what I do here...


'Recent Events and Projects:'


  • 3rd June 2018: - Wembury created from the large districts of the area near Norchester - new city!

  • 19th May 2018: - Bypasses created, expansions in the ODNAKE district.

  • 13th May 2018: - Kingston created, and a new district of New Alderton. Laseland and Northbank also created. Balmoral edited.

  • 12th May 2018: - New Alderton and Dercodon edited and massively enlarged. SS-701 now an upgraded road! Almbury created.

'Ranked and Reviewed Places'


Dardis Heights - 9/10 Very nice! Only problem is that the area seems to be built around the roads, not the roads built around the area, and if more was built to show the opposite of this it would be an easy 10/10.

Fort Leigh - 8/10 Quite a nice city. Has a few design flaws including no bypasses to the east (now rectified) and the east is sketchy.

Balmoral - 7/10 Would be very good, if it wasn't for the north-western areas. Inconsistent designs and the north-west seems to be in a different style and less impressive design than the rest of the city. A few roads that go to nowhere. If this was fixed, it'd be easily capable of a 9 or 10 out of 10.

Norchester - 5.5/10 Interesting. The town is fairly nice, but inconsistent and the southern end looks vastly different to the northern end. It has also had to be fixed several times before.

Ombo - 5/10 Bland. Looks rushed. Quite aesthetically pleasing but not an awful lot of time seems to be spent on it.

Charlington - 5/10 Same score as Ombo, but very different story. Vibrant city, but has many flaws, including excessive motorways, railways yet at the same time bad connectivity. Quite unrealistic.

New Commonia - 3.5/10 With the strange classifications gone and highways demoted, it looks much cleaner, but still looks rough around the (seemingly chunky) edges and unprofessional.

'Economic System and Examples'


'How it works'


  • I grade economies on their strength, and growth rate, and debt, more generally.

  • Strength:

  • A - Powerhouse

  • B - Very Powerful

  • C - Quite Large

  • D - Fairly Small

  • E - Small

  • F - Extremely Small

  • (This would make Wembury a new 'B', having been a 'C' before.)

  • Growth:

  • 1 - Booming / Thriving

  • 2 - Climbing

  • 3 - Slow Growth

  • 4 - Stagnant (or very slowly falling)

  • 5 - Falling

  • 6 - Collapsing

  • (This would make Wembury a '2', since it's stopped having to fund Norchester, an E6 economy)

  • Finally - Debt:

  • 1 - Owed more than it owes (e.g. debt % is below 0, Wembury is an example of this)

  • 2 - Negligible

  • 3 - Low

  • 4 - Medium

  • 5 - Very High

  • 6 - Bankrupt

  • (Wembury is a '1' due to Norchester owing it much more than Wembury owes in debt, as a new city)

'Examples'


  • Wembury - B-2-1
  • Norchester - E-5-6
  • Dardis Heights - F-3-2
  • Commonia, on average/in general - C-4-5

'List of Settlements to Date'


  • Leadley Hills,
  • Xyeqe City,
  • (unknown village nearby),
  • Monmouth (New Commonia),
  • Hareby,
  • North Leadley,
  • Llynydd,
  • Aberymyl,
  • March Springs,
  • Monmouth (Island),
  • St. Joseph,
  • Marcester,
  • Orange,
  • Oakbury,
  • Arancion,
  • Hepburn,
  • (an unknown coastal town near Balmoral),
  • Mareley,
  • Wakeham,
  • Kaupun,
  • Leasby,
  • (an unknown town nearby Leasby),
  • Oakbury (on Laugur Island),
  • Mayton Valley,
  • New Alderton,
  • Dercodon,
  • Kingston,
  • Nearton,
  • Quoketon,
  • Junctown.
  • New Cambria
  • Eastham
  • Oakside
  • (Landford and Northbank)
  • Wembury

'Past Events and Projects:'


  • March - April 2018 - Wyke Island (Marcester, Arancion etc.)
  • March - April 2018 (slight edits later on) - Lepuby
  • January - March 2018 - Monmouth (& Springwood)