Is there a way to make it so you have to colonise individual provinces? Don't like being able to just colonise the full kingdom.
What do you mean, exactly? You can only colonize provinces as it is - the lands should behave no differently than other ruins (other than the Mantarys effect in colonies). If colonizing goes to fast, make it more expensive in the game rules.
Technically it's a mapping issue, I (think I) properly drew the river on all map files, but I can't get it to look right at all zoom levels.
It might be that I'd need to edit the topology map file as well, but as that is yet another stupid format bmp file (I HATE working with indexed BMPs) I don't look forward to putting in the time and effort. Rivers and terrain were annoying enough.
Blame it on the Doom.
Oh god if it was much simpler (I.E. dealing with the texture file or the water, etc.) then I'd be happy to try and help you out with it but topology and bump mapping is a whole can of worms. I used to make maps like these out of layered bmp's and whatnot for a smaller game known as Battlezone II. Super fun to make maps for that game but the topology mapping was the worst part because you had to make sure it was seamless and not jaggy or buggy.
No worries though, you barely notice the Qelbar unless you zoom in as far as I did
Hey erbkaiser, I believe your mod disables four counties in the Beyond the Wall part of the map, it might actually be more. I believe the AGOT mod authors updated the Beyond the Wall region with a few additional counties recently, so that may be the issue, or something else. However I can confirm that the counties are playable from the map view but are blacked out like a wasteland but they still have lords you can play, you just can't click on the county and build from it. I can also confirm it is your mod as I ran AGOT with just this mod and it produced the issue. Thanks!
nitsuj83 : You have some other mod conflict. It is impossible for this mod to change your available focuses.
Hey erbkaiser, as Duryn also confirmed, we are having this issue on this version, there are currently six provinces Beyond the Wall that are blacked out on the map as if they were wastelands, even on the select a character overhead map. Strangely, you can still select these provinces and their respective lords from the overhead map to play, but once you get to the actual game, the provinces can't be selected and you can not build any holdings or buildings in them even though you can still play as them.
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