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A couple of you might remember that ages ago I drew a pixelly map showing the territorial changes that took place during the Napoleonic Wars...and if you remember that, you might also remember that at the start of the year I had plans to revisit the project and redraw the whole thing at a much larger scale, so that you could see how the states of the Holy Roman Empire merged together during the German Mediatisation. Well, I never quite managed to finish that because I had trouble getting the source maps to line up properly, and I thought that was affecting the quality of the whole project.

However, earlier today I was thinking about this old project again due to discussing the Temeraire series (which takes place during an AU Napoleonic Wars), and I remembered that I had another half-finished project that could prove helpful here...my unfinished EUIII mod, which I had originally started with the intention of fixing the game history to potentially use as a Temeraire mod! Although I never finished the mod (the bulk of it was done, but North America hadn't been touched, and Africa, Asia and Europe needed a few adjustments to the timeline), I did more or less finish the part covering the history of the Napoleonic Wars, but I never managed to upload my work to the internet! So I took the map I made, and recoloured it to show the territorial changes (well, the ones that could be shown with the provinces that existed in the game)! There's still a bit of work to be done, and it lacks labels, but it can be seen here; Napoleonic Wars EUIII

If you want clarification on what's going on at a certain point in time, message me, and I'll fill you in. Or, if you've noticed I've made a mistake, tell me what actually happened and I'll update the picture!
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AMCAlmaron
Lord of the Bargain Hunt
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New Zealand
Who am I? I'm a random person who likes solving problems that pop up in various book/film/tv/game/etc series that I pay attention to. Hence, a lot of my work revolves around creating essays, maps, informative pictures, and the odd fan-fic to test out a scenario. I also like designing things, so there's the odd concept there too!

I'm only too happy to help out with things wherever I can...need a quick historical map drawn or want help coming up with a story concept? Send me a message and I'll see what I can do.
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crashandcynder Featured By Owner 9 hours ago
i don't know if your a car guy but this is what my character mike has ncrveteran2296.deviantart.com/… just want to know what you think on it
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AMCAlmaron Featured By Owner 8 hours ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Heh, nope, not really a car person. But it still looks cool! So I'm guessing he recovered it in the ruins of America and modified it to serve as an all-terrain vehicle? I mean, if I was in that situation, the first thing I'd want to do is set up a proper base, so a well-armoured car with lots of features would be a good start.
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crashandcynder Featured By Owner 1 hour ago
Actually all cars have been built like that so they can work in there new environment
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PoisonousPeach Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Student Digital Artist
Thanks so much for the watch! :tighthug:
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Stitchpunk-6 Featured By Owner 1 day ago  New member Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for the :+fav:! ^_^
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Nomads-of-Korsun Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Student Filmographer
Thanks for the recent favorites, I appreciate your views and support. It's kind of funny, one of the last commenters I talked to was from the "Zeeland" province of the Netherlands.

Anyway, much obliged for your patronage I hope you liked my characters and content.

Thanks again.
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AMCAlmaron Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Not a problem, mate!
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RaikanEarthDragon Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
:icondragonhi: thanks for :iconfavplz:'ing 'Siblings' :icondragonglomp: :icondragonhug:
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AMCAlmaron Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Random, but I was looking at the box art for CKII, and you know how there's a random knight on the cover riding out to glory? Turns out he's actually a character from an 1820 book called Ivanhoe; "His suit of armour was formed of steel, richly inlaid with gold, and the device on his shield was a young oak-tree pulled up by its roots, with the Spanish word Desdichado, signifying Disinherited [actually, it means Unfortunate]. 
'Have you confessed yourself, brother,' said the Templar, '...that you peril your life so frankly?' 
'I am fitter to meet death than thou art,' answered the Disinherited Knight; for by this name the stranger had recorded himself in the books of the tourney... " 

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivanhoe
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Ddraigtanto Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Good gosh, just take a look at THIS ahistrocial setting, it is literally art: oi61.tinypic.com/2co3ndk.jpg
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