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More cities needed!

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DrTomas

Duke
WB
As the tittle says.

Ideally currently we need:
1. Holy Roman Empire city and two villages to go with it - because Genoa is going solo in the near future. We one castle as well.
2. Crusader states - need a new town with two villages or two castles with two villages, as Jerusalem is going pagan(well not exactly pagan) pretty soon.

We need it fast - so get your maps cracking.
 

oroboros

Squire
For HRE you could use Augsburg http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Augsburg as a city with Diedorf and Bobingen as villages.
Or maybe Freiburg im Breisgau as city http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freiburg_Im_Breisgau with the villages Gundelfingen and Munzingen.


EDIT:

1) Concerning the villages near the above mentioned towns and their location:

Diedorf ~8 km to the West of Augsburg
Bobingen ~12 km to the South of Augsburg

Gundelfingen ~6 km to the North of Freiburg
Munzingen should be very close to Freiburg to the West/South West (today it's a part of the town Freiburg)


2) Concerning Outremer

I found this very informative and detailed map which pictures the location of every place that belonged to the crusaders, including the different orders and provides some background information for every stronghold:

http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&hl=en&msa=0&msid=116746072659004017158.000470f017373cc8f1714&ll=32.393878,35.120544&spn=1.623389,1.922607&z=9&source=embed

 

Lazyman

Knight
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JuJu70

I am curious to the choice of the cities for Hafsids, some are just wrong.
 

Foster161

Sergeant
WB
Coming from this source; (1270+)
HRR_14Jh.jpg
Any of those in germany could be added, Habsburg or something. I'll need to study this topic more to be historically accurate.


About crusader states; I think it would be better to have +1 city and +1 castle.

Only source I've found so far for castles;
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Crusader_castles

I'll do more research on this.
 

Kelem

Knight
Here is a map of France in 1180 :
carte-france-capetiens-1180.png
Two points :
- the position of the french Strassburg.
- the spelling of most of the cities, not the same as in the mod, some of those in the mod sound weird for french people :grin:.
 

Kelem

Knight
A nice map of kraks closed to holy cities :
templier_forteresses.jpg

On the same website, I like this pic too :
crac_chevaliers_4.jpg
 

Foster161

Sergeant
WB
Castle Tortosa for the Crusader states. More in this documentary;
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a-51-j_MAS0
 

martin-bs

Veteran
From a gameplay perspective adding a city and two villages in Switzerland could help the HRE miss of Genoa, while also filling a hole in the map. Also Adding something between Bulgaria and the Golden Horde would also help.

Anyone eager to to do a Wallachian research?
 

oroboros

Squire
Yes, Switzerland is definitely somehow missing. I also think that Basel would be a very nice addition for that empty Switzerland-space. Maybe Basel along with the villages Ettingen to the West/South West in ~10 km distance and Muttence at ~6km to the East/South East of the town. Or some other important villages from there, I don't know much of that region.
 

DrTomas

Duke
WB
Too close to each other, oroboros. When I say village - it should be somewhat of a possible important center. Villages aren't actualy villages in the mod :smile:

I did add something for the Swiss for now.
 

oroboros

Squire
Oh yes, I forgot about that villages are not actually villages while reading stuff about Basel. How about Basel as city and Bern (~70 km to the South) and Zürich (~60-70 km to the East/South East) as villages?

Basel is the oldest city of the three, first mentioned in a Roman document in 237/238 ad, and belonged to the HRE from 1032 onwards. Got a cathedral in 1019, received its first town walls in 1100 and a second one in the mid 13th C.

Zürich was a very important business centre from the 9th C. onwards and developed into the most important business centre for the Eastern and Central Swiss territories during the 11th/12th C. and thus got its first town fortification in the late 12th C.

Bern was founded in the late 12th C. (around 1191) and received the status of a free imperial city from Frederick II in 1218. The name of Bern is first mentioned in a document from 1208.
 

DrTomas

Duke
WB
alright, done. Now for Outremer...

2 castles 2 villages
or
1 town and 2 villages

For the Crusader States.
 
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