SeanchanCreated by Nathan (all)
Went public on 3/27/2014
Number of ratings: 101
Average rating: 3.8316 / 5
1214 territories, 169 bonuses, 2 distribution modes
|A thousand years after the Trolloc Wars, after unifying the Westlands, Artur Hawkwing sent a vast fleet led by his son, Luthair Paendrag Mondwin, across the Aryth Ocean. Luthair's fleet never returned to the continent from which they came, and was presumed lost. The fleet had actually made it across the ocean to arrive in Seanchan. By pitting the native nations against each other, Luthair and his descendants eventually subjugated and unified the continent into the Seanchan Empire, a process called the Consolidation.|
Review by Nathan on 3/28/2014.
I've always been frustrated by the lack of detailed maps of Seanchan, so I decided to create my own. The superbonus areas are actual regions mentioned in the book series, while the bonus areas are derived from the names (primarily) of Seanchan characters, major and minor. For 1,200 territories, I relied on anagrams of character and place names. Hopefully fans of the series aren't offended by my use of artistic license and can enjoy games played on this map. Cheers!
Response by map creator Nathan on 8/24/2014
8/22/14 - New release with minor changes:
- Fixed connection between Kingsdawn and Balwen (in Marendalar)
- Renamed a territory to "Ensilae" (in Jeranem) to avoid having duplicate names.
Review by RRRampant on 5/13/2014.
not too too big, but big, intricate and and interesting, made a great 3 v 3 v 3.
Review by Maverique on 4/17/2014.
Good for a X3 fight, think four too many and two too few. Excellent map.
Review by Jason Bowden on 3/30/2014.
Tough map and good clear lines. Wish the other maps had such clear lines.
Review by Michelangelo on 4/25/2014.
Spectacular, 4. The map itself is very interesting and provides a vast amount of scenario's.
Review by Seth Stucker on 8/26/2014.
its big its going to be a very long game and i think its perfect because its not a real place so you can make up your countries empires and territories and your own kingdom its great
Review by VaporWolf [FROG] on 6/16/2015.
Review by warhawk on 7/16/2015.
It will grow on you !
Review by Olkani [PG] on 9/29/2015.
Review by not kayleb on 12/18/2015.
Very interesting map. The islands and bodies of water make you use more strategic moves. Takes a few hours to beat on singleplayer, so be prepared to spend a lot of time fighting.
Review by LV on 12/29/2015.
Review by A_B3 on 3/9/2016.
I enjoy the larger regional bonuses. Makes it a little easier to win.