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Oasis II
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x3nu
x3nu Jul 18 2011, 8:01pm says:

Would an oasis be circular? (Sorry for my lack of knowledge)

Anyway, you guys have made pretty solid maps so far, and this one is no exception ;)

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Mythos_Ruler
Mythos_Ruler Jul 18 2011, 8:05pm replied:

I assume an oasis would be any shape it wants to be. ;) But tbh, I only made the oasis circular in order to harken back to the old "Oasis" map in 'Age of Mythology.'

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jaxa
jaxa Jul 18 2011, 10:38pm replied:

This has a lot less trees and water than the AoM version. Might not be a bad thing.

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Mythos_Ruler
Mythos_Ruler Jul 20 2011, 7:18pm replied:

Right, it didn't make sense to me that the AOM version had so much wood for a "desert" map.

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Ca_Putt
Ca_Putt Jul 18 2011, 8:17pm says:

classic!

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explorer13
explorer13 Jul 18 2011, 8:36pm says:

Looks like a pretty small map, fast 1 vs 1? Looks great, gotta watch your resources with the only trees being around that center point.

:]

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Tpiom
Tpiom Jul 18 2011, 9:36pm says:

Haha! Of course... The oasis map appears in almost every RTS game one way or another :D

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AirborneSn1p3r
AirborneSn1p3r Jul 19 2011, 5:00am says:

nice job, looks like i good quick fight to the death

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Our take on a classic map.

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