A small update from Řots (Southern Archanta) and Wyster (Eastern Uletha). In the last couple of weeks I have been mainly preoccupied with both countries' capitals; before that, I worked on an altitude map of Řots.
In Wyster's capital Hreawirc I just worked on creating streets and stuff; in and around Nekkar I focused on the satellite town of Bastet, southeast of the capital, and today I started working on Nekkar's subway system.
For now, there are a Red Line (Airport-Sikē Va-Kervirep) and a Blue Line (Osente-Main Railway Station-Bastet, which will eventually be extended to the new airport that will be constructed southeast of the city; I should probably put that part of the line 'under construction' for the time being). The two lines cross at Sureekkar station.
The Red Line makes a huge detour near the airport, which is probably due to either protesting land owners who didn't want subway constructions going through their fields, or a city council with too much money and/or wrong priorities, or both. The exact moment that this line was constructed will decide whether its construction was a waste of money or not: if it was constructed many decades ago, it may have been sufficiently useful to get to and from the airport. If it was constructed in the last ten or twenty years, it will turn out to be less useful, as recently the decision was taken to construct the aforementioned new airport, which, once completed, will significantly reduce the number of passengers on that part of the Red Line.
A third line (that I haven't mapped yet) will probably go from Sikē Va via the Main Railway Station eastwards, via Karkar to Korp.
The altitude map of Řots that I created a few weeks ago also includes Wapashia and Neo Delta (altitude maps of those countries were available; the situation in Karvaland, Triaquia, and Gann is not accurate). With the Řots part of this map I intend to develop the country's larger scale features (e.g. rivers) in more detail, which is possible since I discovered how to insert this map as a background in JOSM.
This map is of course not definitive and will be adapted as the area develops.