After a quick run through I had a rethink about the layout to see if I could squeeze in two elites and run everything off one common supply area. Requested silk and lacquerware off an ally to get a headstart on the first elite. This generated plenty cash for bribes which allowed an early finish as troops were kept at full strength for creating vassals.
Great job. I really like the way you maximized the available space using bridges to complete those elite housing blocks.
This map caused me more pains than any other in this whole campaign. I really hated my first draft of it, but after alot of revision to the northwest corner, this became one of my favorites in the campaign.
[Edited on 09/25/17 @ 01:30 PM]
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Posted on 10/03/17 @ 03:41 AM
Think this particularly map is one of your best. Really enjoyed trying to find a way to place the three blocks close-ish to the mill.
I made a pig's ear of the steel/weapons/fort set up, one warehouse accepting weapons and another having to trek across to get them for the forts. Replayed with a more joined up lay out which made more sense. As I mentioned in the review, it is the missions that you find yourself replaying that are probably the ones that a player most enjoyed.