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My long lost custom map: ButtHole

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My long lost custom map: ButtHole

Post  Iordor on Mon Jul 21, 2014 2:44 pm

http://awbw.amarriner.com/prevmaps.php?maps_id=45075

What some top level critics had to say:
"Looks tight!

Design wise that is Razz"
-sulla

Well, as the title said this is a map I made years ago in a drunken stupor, and much like a stephen king novel I completely forgot even making the thing, but after reviewing the map I saw a lot of potential on this map, and it seemed to me to be a map that incites action! 
lol! 

Any suggestions on the spread of the map, and how it plays? Possible league map consideration?

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Re: My long lost custom map: ButtHole

Post  Xmo5 on Mon Jan 19, 2015 1:49 pm

Hmm, looks good for the most part but I think the fronts are pretty open. I'd personally move the towers back slightly as well but I'd keep them contested enough to draw focus away from the center/HQ. I think maybe some mountains/sea to force the choice between two more isolated fronts would help make the map both more dynamic and give indirects a better chance to shine. I wouldn't sacrifice too many shoals in the process though because they act as a nice road towards the center.

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