Board Creation Contest


Author: Viktorofdrakkar Author: Lagaff2003

The Fortified Cave

The Ruined Village

this new board may look unrealistic but I know at least 2 such examples in a 50 km (30 miles) radius around my home. They have been used late after the Middle Ages and even by the French Resistance during WWII. It was used as a shelter and even as a true castle!

Here we go after 90 minutes. It may not be the Board of the Year and I didn't implement everything I wanted (small walls, other types of buildings, ruins are still lacking). I really enjoyed designing it. It is more like an abandoned village invaded by trees and shrubs. It was fun to draw even though its tactical interest is yet to be evaluated.

Author: Vox Populi Author: Reanonyme

The Coastal Fort

The Guanche Wall

This wooden fort along the beach has been built hastily by invaders that have just landed. The small quay is designed to unload the ship cargo. 2 entrances: The Ocean Gate to the sea, and another gate towards the land. This map has been designed for an upcoming extension about the invasion of the Canarias Islands in the beginning of the 15th century.

A section of a thousand-year old wall like the one that separated the island of Fuerteventura (Canarias) into 2 opposite kingdoms. The wall is never more than 2 meters (6 feet) high. Unfortunately, compatibility with other boards is limited to both large sides.

Author: Reanonyme  

The Guanche Keep


This is a fortified cave, similar to the last refuge for a Guanche Mencey (King of Canarias). The black terrain is totally impassable, just like the rubbles.