Correct the Bulgaria-Greece border (Greece did not have a border with Turkey in 1914).
Have more tts in Hungry e.g. add Banat & Transylvania so Budapest does not border Russia.
East Prussia should border Livonia; Poland should not have a coastline.
Move SZ18 border south to intersect Albania-Greece.
Extend Rome east to have an Adriatic coastline.
Place a production city in Munich.
Albania should be neutral.
Give Lorraine-Marseille a border and move Paris to the “Burgundy” tt.
Rename tts so that only those containing an actual city are so named; otherwise give them tt names. The map is too obviously based on Diplomacy.
I have created two new and better versions.
http://www.mediafire.com/view/uxthbc2z97q3w5x/Modified World War I Game.jpg
I modified Lion in Trenches’ original map to include Mongolian territories and to add territories for Spain to make Spain more playable, a la Global 1939 on HBG.
I removed the impassable thing from the Amazon rainforest and I decided to rename the territory “Amazonas” because it’s the largest Brazilian province west of Rio de Janeiro and many antique maps called the territory “Amazonas.” (Selvas das Amazonas in Nat Geo maps). I just thought that it was rather silly to have an impassable Amazon jungle. HBG just makes refuses to fully implement and market this game as a second edition board game, like their Global War 1939 game.
Why can’t they just finish it? I have finished it and I am praying that Historical Board Gaming will finish it by Christmas or something.
God, I feel so impatient! Sorry, guys! I renamed “Brest” to its correct name of Brittany because Brittany is the actual name of the French province where “Brest” lies in the game. It’s like calling the whole of Pennsylvania as Philadelphia, which I think is rather silly.
I gave a name to the province where Paris is centered in the game and that’s called “Ile de France” like it is in real life.
I made Franz Josef Land a Russian territory, since Russia seized the territory in the 1914 to prevent the Central Powers from having a base to attack Russia from the north.
I renamed “Crimea” to Taurida because Taurida was the name given to it by Russia at that time.