Forum:Territory application/AR330 - Biencierre

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AR330 - Biencierre

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>climate: subtropical in coastal areas, temperate in hilly areas

>topography: hilly a few miles inland but gets flatter the closer to the coast with some land reclamation from the 21st century onward to support urban population growth

>landscape: more of a Monaco-esque urban landscape with densely populated blocks and reclaimed land in coastal areas, more of a Munnar-esque rural landscape with tea plantations and estates in hilly areas

>sketch: here (crimson for motorway link, dark gray for reclaimed coastline, lime green for hilly areas)

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>demographics: 94,500 people residing in the country as of the latest estimate (30% Lorredian ethnicity, 23% native ethnicity, 17% Barohu ethnicity, 15% Yuethon ethnicity, 15% other ethnicities - similar case to irl Monaco where the native ethnicity's a minority in its own country)

>economic development: high nominal GDP per capita, makes most of its money from tourism, gambling, and tea exports, home to an internationally renowned banking institution

>land occupation: areas closer to the coast have higher population density than those further inland

>infrastructure: one major motorway connection that links the country's road infrastructure with Lorredion to the south and Barohu to the north - more details on this later

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>intended culture: mix of irl French, Monagesque, and Malay cultures

>intended languages: irl French and Malay languages as official languages along with a conlang that also happens to be the country's national language

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apologies if I don't have much in the way of mapping relevant to the kinda country I'm requesting to be able to map in this territory since I scrapped a lot of what I mapped in my BG territory before doing this but anyway for urban mapping I wanna show you this: OGFmapicon.png 15.6733°N, 113.3739°W (it's still got that incomplete look and feel but at least it's better than nothing hehe (/▽\))

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(also I'd like to self-impose a challenge - to do some Monaco-esque urban mapping and map some Munnar-esque tea estates and plantations in my currently-held BG territory - that I hope to finish by the end of November and can't finish this month due to real life circumstances if this gets rejected the first time around; I'll then revisit this application once I've finished that self-imposed challenge by linking to the coords of all the mapping in BG03 for it ok ~\(≧▽≦)/~) Mikumikumapper (talk) 14:16, 26 October 2022 (UTC)


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Discussion for clarification & decision

  • Hi, can you check the link for the territory sketch please - it's missing. Thanks/wangi (talk) 15:19, 26 October 2022 (UTC)
    • fixed it for ya q(≧▽≦q) (btw you can also check it by clicking here if you'd rather do so) Mikumikumapper (talk) 03:46, 27 October 2022 (UTC)
  • Right, that looks off scale wise. That "land reclamation" is massive, a quick comparison using the scale helper: /wangi (talk) 11:09, 27 October 2022 (UTC)
    • I have to admit it looks off scale-wise so I've decided to sketch some sorta different plan - hope this is scaled better ~\(≧▽≦)/~ (key for that new planning sketch: lime green for the hilly areas where all the Munnar-esque tea estates are, crimson for the motorway links, light blue for the waterways, pale yellow for the beaches, light gray for land reclaimed to serve urban development, big red dot for where I plan to place the national capital city, smaller red dots for where I plan to place subnational capitals/other major settlements - notice the arrows at the ends of some of the waterways for where I'd have to ask permission from Lorredion's territory owner before extending them into that territory as well as the red dots in the lime green areas for settlements with their own tea estates ヾ(•ω•`)o) Mikumikumapper (talk) 04:31, 28 October 2022 (UTC) (ps also the smaller red dot west of the big red capital city dot's where I'm now planning to map a Monaco-esque urban settlement at so yeah (✿◡‿◡) - also I'm still self-imposing the sorta challenge I mentioned earlier in my app where I wanted to have mapped some Monaco-esque urban mapping and map a Munnar-esque tea estate settlement in my BG territory by the end of this November in case this app gets closed after my reply ok ( ̄y▽, ̄)╭ )
  • Help us by being decisive - do you want this application considered, or do you want it closed for now, while you do your mapping project? /wangi (talk) 18:21, 30 October 2022 (UTC)
    • I wanna have this app closed for now while I do my mapping challenge project that I mentioned before ok ヾ(•ω•`)o Mikumikumapper (talk) 10:10, 31 October 2022 (UTC)
Dash.svg Territory application closed
Closed, user request. Please create a new request when you are ready. Thanks/wangi (talk) 10:45, 31 October 2022 (UTC)