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    *Official* Map of CW Land

    This baby has taken me over an hour to come up with and refine. I now concede to Pete that I probably should have taken a more intensive degree



    Any suggestions, comments, feel free...
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    Do you not see the ferries? Er, the black dots?

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    legenda ? anyone ?
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    So that's a yes? Poor Garven Island...

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    I own a house in the Northern mining town of Natham



    By the way, how big are we compared to, say, Bangladesh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by steds
    I own a house in the Northern mining town of Natham



    By the way, how big are we compared to, say, Bangladesh?
    I think Devon + Dorset + Somerset might cover the area. Not very big.

    Population around five million, with Nixonstown home to 1.4 million.

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    lol nixonstown being bigger then Amsterdam

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    Where in the world are we? (and don't just say "near Australia." I want specifics)

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    We discussed this earlier this afternoon, and realised I somewhat minimised my room for manoeuvre when Lewis told everyone about his four hour flight from Nixonstown to Sydney. That puts us in a) Indonesia, b) the middle of the Pacific or c) just off Western Australia.

    I personally find c) the most climatically appealling, so just off the southern tip of WA it is. An eastern version of Tassie, if you will.

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    Nah, Tassie is in a temperate zone and south WA is sub-tropical, IIRC


    EDIT: Yeah, I'm right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steds
    Nah, Tassie is in a temperate zone and south WA is sub-tropical, IIRC


    EDIT: Yeah, I'm right.
    I meant graphically; climatically I think we're a mix of the two. Hot summers and mild winters. Mediterranean, perhaps.

    Further to the earlier demographic enquiries, the area is 13,755kmē and the population 5,132,744.

    That gives a population density of 373.15 people per kmē, more densely populated than Belgium but less so than Holland.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Pickup
    We discussed this earlier this afternoon, and realised I somewhat minimised my room for manoeuvre when Lewis told everyone about his four hour flight from Nixonstown to Sydney. That puts us in a) Indonesia, b) the middle of the Pacific or c) just off Western Australia.

    I personally find c) the most climatically appealling, so just off the southern tip of WA it is. An eastern version of Tassie, if you will.
    Concorde can be got out for certain important events. That might widen the circle a little.
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    Concorde? Personally, I don't care for dying in the vague hope my journey will be quicker

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    Quote Originally Posted by PY
    Concorde can be got out for certain important events. That might widen the circle a little.
    The CW Black team paid for the flight. It wasn't a Concorde.

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