But that'd cause it to not get archived in the right order; it'd appear first in spite of being the third entry for today/tonight.
I did a lot of preliminary work on the mapping for the scenario--but right now I'm looking at it and being massively intimidated.
When I made my initial map size 150 x 150, it was largely guesswork.
Initial calculations seem to indicate that figure's on the mark...if maps scale perfectly to one another.
Mesopotamia has 'larger' terrain so to speak than Rise of Rome, which is close enough to identical to Fall of Rome. Middle Ages is 'higher' up, and Napoleonic even moreso. The maps are also at slightly different earth angle tilts. What that means is, there's going to be lots of guesswork going on, and probably lots of revisions as well.
I did calculate that the Mesopotamia map seems to go the furthest south, and I know that the Middle Ages map is probably the furthest up, though Napoleonic may be close (Napoleonic being a case where things are both bigger AND smaller). It's not the furthest east (that'd be Rise/Fall), and certainly not furthest west (that'd be Age of Discovery, but I'm not using that one that much since it's by far the "smallest"), but I do have a loose estimate on hand.
Given actual sizes, I probably need to scale things up a bit; we're talking, about 175 x 175
That may be a bit too much, but my plan here is to work from the bottom right, trying to mesh together the Mesopotamia and Rise of Rome outlays, and then from there, simply adjust as necessary. It'll be ridiculously tough to pull off, though.
I have a sense of what I need to do, it'll just be...incredibly hard to actually do.
I can do it, though!