WesterosUnlocks at level 21 or with the Mega Maps Pack
Created by kylede (all)
Went public on 4/24/2011
Number of ratings: 125
Average rating: 3.56 / 5
158 territories, 15 bonuses, 1 distribution mode
|A map for all the kindoms in "The Game Of Thrones"|
Review by Mantuta on 3/28/2012.
The bonuses are unbalanced.
The Wall is 5 territories for 4 armies - 4/5 = 0.8 armies per territory
Dorne is 21 territories for 6 armies - 6/21 = 0.286 armies per territory
This is almost three times as many armies per territory.
The Wall has 4 territories connected to 6 territories in other bonuses.
Dorne has 9 territories connected to 7 territories in other bonuses.
This ends with The Wall being easier to hold and a better bargain to have and Dorne taking forever to control and nearly impossible to hold.
The Reach is 27 territories for 8 armies - 8/27 = 0.296 armies per territory
This is almost as bad a ratio as Dorne but it has awful border problems.
The Reach has 15 territories connected to 17 territories in other bonuses, a logistical nightmare to hold with other players on your borders.
Review by sarn on 3/31/2012.
Game of thrones universe is awsome ofcorse. However this map includes some sea routes who are far from intuitive. Also the non symmetry favors N/S conflict above W/E
Review by Jonolobster on 9/9/2012.
Very awesome. Exactly like the geography of the books. Great work!
Review by Vex on 12/4/2012.
Fun map, but not all routes from one territory to another were very obvious. Also, I like the sea routes were a bit overpowered. This may have just been the game I played in though.
Review by Andalorium on 3/22/2012.
Like the map but the bonuses could be cut in half or worth more
Review by eckohour on 9/17/2012.
A little imbalanced in favor of the North when playing Capitals, though an aggressive player may be able to deny it to them.
Review by death on 2/7/2013.
Review by tekk25 on 7/29/2013.
Awesome play. Watch the island traffic. It'll get you.
Review by Robert Niederkorn on 2/6/2013.
really need to make smaller scoring on the territroy you take. so it a lot easier to play and redue the sea lane there are too many way to attack and now way to defend on this map. overall need more balance.
Review by Shom Shom on 4/15/2013.
Review by His Grace Lord Gingerballs on 11/14/2012.
I love this theme and overall it works well but many of the connections between territories are confusing, unnecessary, and need a revision. I do however recommend you give this map a try. For the King!
Review by Maggot Brain on 10/30/2013.
This map has potential but the bonus values are way out of wack. Needs to be seriously reconfigured.
Review by MotherGoose on 2/20/2014.
Fairly accurate and not absurdly huge.
Review by Jon Snow on 12/16/2012.
Great map - great to play with friends, but remember - winter is coming!
Review by Ned Stark on 12/16/2012.
Great map, but for optimum enjoyment; play with less than 4 teams as the map isn't huge. Ned Stark...AWAY!......
Review by PyroMath on 8/19/2013.
De bons moments à jouer comme les Lanisters...
Review by [REGL] Pooh on 3/28/2012.
Default Bonuses make this map unplayable
Review by ChrisCMU on 5/24/2012.
Bonus areas on bottom mainland have too many territories. Also island bonuses are really odd. Plays wierd
Review by Wilmo on 8/5/2014.
Too few territories, many places it doesn't show a connection, the bonuses are not balanced at all, the names of the different territories are not correct, and castle black has been placed on the northern side of the wall, which is not where it is.
Review by LilTooClinical on 9/9/2012.
Controlling the North really is the key, or so I'm told.
Review by Jaime Lannister on 12/16/2012.
And who are you, the proud lord said, that I must bow so low? Only a cat of a different coat, that's all the truth I know. In a coat of gold or a coat of red, a lion still has claws, And mine are long and sharp, my lord, as long and sharp as yours. And so he spoke, and so he spoke, that Lord of Castamere, But now the rains weep o'er his hall, with no one there to hear. Yes now the rains weep o'er his hall, and not a soul to hear.
Review by orinocoflows on 3/17/2012.