The first one is a map of Western Europe, for 7 players, which are: Great Britain and Ireland, Holland, Prussia, France, The Papal States, Spain, and Portugal.
The second one is a map of Eastern Europe, for 7 players, which are: The Holy Roman Empire; The Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth; Principalities of Transylvania, Moldova and Wallachia; The Crimean Khanate and the Ottoman Empire. These one has representations of five cities, which are Vienna, Istanbul, Budapest, Bucarest and Belgrade (the Castles have the names). The first time I played it I was The Holy Roman Empire, and in general, there were about 7000 lives lost and a destroyed city (Budapest) in a war between The Holy League and Istanbul-Vassals.
Finally, the third one is of Northern Europe, for 7 players, which are: Prussia, The Union of Denmark-Norway, Sweden, The Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, Russia (x2) and the Zaporozhian Sich.
If you have any recommendation about the map, please share it with me, so I can consider it. Enjoy!!!
Historically, there were no union between Denmark and Norway during the Viking ages. Norways was scattered and was united under Harald Hardraade(Hårfagre).
Felipe Vidal File Author
Posted on 06/16/12 @ 05:16 PM
These maps are intended to represent Europe from the XVI century to the XVIII century approximately. I know that there was no union between Norway and Demark in the Middle Ages, but the Vikings are the best to represent that group of countries. Other examples, in the game, of nations used to substitute another ones are the Byzantines used to represent the Russians, the Celts used to represent the Portuguese, and the Goths used to represent the Polish.