A collection of six individual scenarios that make up the winner, runner-up, and four honorable mentions from the 2003 AOKH Pretty Town Contest.
Guri Kuta by Tonto_Dave
Our winner! Tonto_Dave with his well crafted and truly beautiful city Guri Kuta. The candy and buildings placement are well thought out and add immensely to the atmosphere of the city. The sheer size of this city is astounding spanning the entire map and jam packed with lakes, rivers, elevation and every other type of interesting jungle terrain. Every object seems to be in the right place and looks spectacular.
Total = 114
»» Runner Up
Teotihuacan by Dark_Warrior_1_
The runner up! Teotihuacan by Dark_Warrior is set on a large peninsula and as you guide your scout unit through its marvelous terrain, it, soon becomes apparent of this city holds some special and interesting design features. Interesting paths, and buildings dot the landscape forming a true feast for the eyes. DW proves he is no slouch when it comes to design. He has impressed the judges enough to become the runner up.
Total = 113
»» Honorable Mentions
Tizapan by Cknchaos
The first honorable mention goes to Cknchaos with his city of Tizapan. The attention to detail on this island is excellent, such as the well placed fish that dot the terrain, as well as the rocks, dirt and cliff placement. His 5 towns have well placed buildings surrounded by trees and mountains and show off Cknchaos creativity and style.
Total = 112
Bloodstone by AnastasiaKafka
Our second honorable mention goes to AnastasiaKafka with her city of of Bloodstone. Anastasia\'s map Bloodstone has a definite life of its own. Obviously a lot of care and patience went into the wonderful design! Her map is a solid mix of creativity and style with a large bustling town surrounded by rolling hills and a forest with a very well done waterfall.
Total = 111
Aftermath by Aftermath
Aftermath has provided us with a nice look into design and earned him self an honorable mention. Not only did his map include a new design element a suspension bridge using depth perception to deceive the eye but it featured rolling plains and unlike most of the entries dared to use non jungle landscape which gave it a unique look.
Total = 109
Tecocol by KeLar
Tecocol by KeLar features a vast spiral forest, waterfalls, rivers and nice texture mapping. It\'s broken up into 2 large cities and features a number of nice placed buildings in between. Scenic forests filled with unique placements and numerous twists and turns in its paths.