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Change of the shape of San Marcos

Posted by sude on 6 May 2020 in Spanish (EspaƱol)

Hello!

Before I moved from Commonia to my current territory, I used to name my territory "San Marcos". When I arrived to Antarephia, I decided to continue to name my country "San Marcos", and I placed my old mapping in the north making a region with the name of "Old San Marcos".

This region has always theoretically been composed by 4 (5?) provinces:

  • Lucero (capital)
  • Granadilla
  • Castillejo y Ebre
  • Alhozaimas
  • Jaca (?)

Even if I tried to think about how to make it fit with the area, I wasn't able to. So I've had this idea to fix it:

In addition, another reason to do this change is the fact that San Marcos has 2 kinds of horns that I don't really like, so one of them would be fixed.

What do you think about it? Do you have any ideas to improve it?

Moreover, I know that this is a drastic change of the shape of San Marcos, and I think that I should ask the admins beforehand. Am I able to do it?

Sude

Location: -26,793, 47,541

Comment from histor on 6 May 2020 at 20:43

So seen - I like both horns and this at Alhozeimas is characteristic for the bight of Latina. Therefore my private meaning is, let stay this horn.

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Comment from whateversusan on 7 May 2020 at 16:52

Why not change the horn into a series of islands?

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Comment from sude on 7 May 2020 at 16:57

@whateversusan If you can, do a little sketch to show me your idea please. Thank you

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Comment from whateversusan on 7 May 2020 at 17:41

I'll show you what I did in Suya Ahn. All of the land in the link below was once all connected, and there was a horn whose tip was the island that is now to the northwest. You can do a lot with creating detailed coastlines, islands, and more. There's some great opportunities to make your coast unique and interesting.

https://opengeofiction.net/#map=8/-58.591/77.682

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Comment from sude on 7 May 2020 at 17:55

I find it interesting. I'll take it into account. Thank you

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