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2011 Map Fest

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Welcome to the 2011 Map Fest! Here, we’ll take a look at some of the more interesting things on the Schulmania Revolving Globe Map. It is on most Schulmania pages and makes a dot for each location from which a visitor has accessed Schulmania (and Harar). As the revolving map has been around a while now, some exciting places have visited. And now I am going to show you some of them.

First, some usership milestones… featuring the most Japanese, Canadians, Americans and everyone on Schulmania simultaneously.






And now some hard to find countries I have gotten…











If Nicaragua would come through for me, I would have the entire mainland western hemisphere.

And a special bonus map… Tasmania. As I mentioned somewhere in Volume 1 long, long ago (but not in a galaxy far, far away), the island of Schulmanicus is actually Tasmania. Why? At the time, I did not know how to make a custom region to play on so I used a tile from an Australia map to get me started. Here’s where the towns on Schulmanicus are in relation to their terrestrial counterparts:


The flag counter and revolving map are cool. Do consider getting one for your CJ. It is free and easy and interesting.

Enjoy! And now a free concert:



I got a pocket full of quarters and I’m headed to the arcade!




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BTW, speaking of fests, Schulmania is having BridgeFest this weekend to celebrate its first non eyecandy bridge. You're invited... just click [[url="http://www.simtropolis.com/forum/topic/24185-bridgefest-in-schulmania/page__st__6690"][b]here[/b][/url]] to go to Volume 2!


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[b][color=blue]111222333444[/color][/b] Thanks for coming by. The map and counter are nice additions… and it is always cool to see a new place show up.

[b][color=blue]ImVhOzzi[/color][/b] Thanks! BTW, I will admit to having it on my iPod. :D

[b][color=blue]Escilnavia[/color][/b] That’s pretty impressive, and Brazil has grown quite rapidly on the map and counter. South America has all sorts of dots on the map now… most from Brazil. And, South America is the first continent that I have 100% of the countries, thanks to recent Bolivia visits.

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[b][color=blue]Leech10[/color][/b] There’s 100++ left to go. In the western hemisphere I lack only Nicaragua on the mainland but am missing plenty of island countries. Europe is pretty solid but gaps in central Asia and most of Africa remain. The quest continues!

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