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Region maps of the male and female gender symbols.

The symbol itself is the water, while the rest in flat land.

Perfect for city names named after males and females you may know, male or female game character city names, or any other masculine or feminine city names.




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RandyE

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This is a good demonstration of how the SC4 map renderer can be used to design maps that reflect a symbol or an idea, or just a 'perfect' world optimized for the game and its functions, especially networking and placing of objects.   I've used this method myself to make pictures of a dove, a donut, and even used a script font on my Earth maps.   

For the above male and female symbols I see a use for my continuing ferry experiments and access of cruise and shipping connections to other tiles in the region.   The idea for the ferries is to see if I can get all traffic using ferries --with no bridges.   So thanks for these examples.

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