Thursday 16 February 2023

Added North and East of Munich

Looks so much better when it's fleshed out:

Wasserburg is a county attached to the Bishopric of Trier, way the other side of Germany ... so, managed by religious entities.  This is part of the reason why it's infrastructure is lacking, as reclusiveness is the order.  The land further on is a part of Upper Bavaria, controlled by Munich, but is isolated by the geography and distance from the central province.  Once again, it produces that effect where a heavy infrastructure evaporates like night and day.

I failed to mention last week that I've been working on these maps for just one year.  The first day I started was Feb 9.  I'd say it's been successful.

On to other things.  

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