@Imperious-Leader Maybe you went this way since the original design does archetypally the same, but how about, in the land-to-land borders, colourizing the borders of the borders, while leaving the inside of the borders light grey?
This way, you could properly define the colours for the borders between territories with different ownerships (for example, having the border between Poland and East Poland grey on the west and red on the east).
The Soviet symbol in the turn order is different from the ones inside the territories.
The Azores are sometimes neutral and sometimes American (also probably it would make more sense as British than Americans, but debatable and pointless).
In the “AA50 Suplreme Edition” there are no territories for Azores and Malta, but only the roundels?
For the once liking the OOB map. Here is my scan of the 2nd edition map:
When I have the time (my focus is currently on some Global 1940 customizations) I want to update at least the Iwo Jima and Honolulu mistake.
But looking at geography ‘errors’ don’t get me started on the Dutch East Indies and the fake islands they came up with.
Oh then your not that guy…
This guy named randyjohnwayne on ebay claims he has games with upwards of 20,000 pieces at one time. He sells hundreds of pieces for AA games and hoards the good ones. I chatted with him on the phone before and i got some incredible stories of 1 hour battles just to resolve one freaking battle!
And no i have no idea how his games get to this level of madness. I guess his playing group does not like combat unless they get thousands of pieces.
I would surely love to see a picture of these so called “Battles”