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I want to agree with the preceding thoughts, and I do appreciate realism (potentially BotW's rainfall patterns?), but also:
GIVE ME MY VOLCANO FOREST DESERT ICYPLACE MOUNTAINS UNDERWATERCAVERNS ODDLYPLACEDWATERFALLS MAGNETICPLACE ET ALL
(oh hey it happens to be earth day)
Ah, good points!
Nothing really to contribute except a small point I remembered before.
NYC and London are at or near the top of most of the world city evaluation rankings.
World city summary tables:
World city characteristics...
Going to do like I do and make off on a tangent here.
From WP: "If the leaf canopy is destroyed or thinned, the ground beneath is soon colonized by a dense, tangled growth of vines, shrubs and small trees, called a jungle. The term jungle is also sometimes applied to tropical rainforests...
That would definitely be neat.
It seems like the usual mode, for a while now, is to play the worldbuilding landscape feature bingo game and include without much concern for realistic ecosystem dynamics and reasonable compatibility.
Not that I'm complaining! I love that they include a variety...
Haha, I like how you were reminded of the pokemon regions when watching G Gundam!
Hearing you list of those five main countries just made me think superficially of something else. Sounds like the key member nations of the UN Security Council. : p
(I imagine the nation selection wasn't random for...