The map offers a rough and canyon-gouged terrain in the north end, all of the canyons either opening or terminating at the river or the flat area directly south of the rough northern end. The middle of the map offers a water-locked piece of land to the left and the actual Wetumpka Impact crater structure to the left. The crater itself is horseshoe shaped and open at the bottom left. The walls use the stacked crater tiles to try and recreate the actual "lay-of-the-land". South of the crater is a desert area which is created using either dunes or desert-archipelago transistion tiles. The very southern left corner has more rough terrain. Along the way, various mesas and desert plateaus are used to try and roughly follow the geography of the original satellite picture

Wetumpka V1
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