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This account is a storage spot for my alternate history maps. I also have started putting up "Alien Space Bat scenario" (fantasy settings) writings in a seperate "ASB" folder, and more recently some doodles.

PS - to see all the map deviations in my gallery, hit "browse": for some reason some don't show up otherwise, although they aren't in seperate folders.


Have neglected putting anything here, so I thought I'd start adding: alternate history maps by others, some Anime pics, odds and ends...


Bruce Munro
United States
Current Residence: Where the rabbit shoulda made a turn
Putting up some older maps, originals and covers of other people's work, for completeness's sake. Sorry about the iffy quality or lack of long blab in many cases.

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coldblood11 Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2014
Do you take requests?

If so, I have one. It's an ASB scenario in which World War II never happened, because of a drastically different WW1 which left Romania as a major European power, made France become communist, and the German Empire survive.

Basically, France was on the Central Powers, Germany a member of the Entente, and the CP still lost. France went through a rough period of heavy taxation and economic deregulation following the end of WW1, similarly to Weimar Germany, and Russia turned into the Soviet Union around the early 1920's. France then had a revolution; a revolution which changed the country into a communist dictatorship.

The main victors of WW1 were Germany and Romania, being the two slaughterhouses which gained a lot of territory after the war. Britain suffered a civil war in 1921 which turned it fascist due to the rising anti-monarch protestors.

The rest would be up to you to decide, but here's a link to a piece I did awhile back regarding this universe.…
OttoVonSuds Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2014
I dare you to rationalize this piece of garbage/madness:…

Something I did 9 years back.
QuantumBranching Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2014
You don't happen to recall any background on Nihac, Lasnadia, and Montiev, do you? 

(Not to mention Zott and Zulevena)
OttoVonSuds Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2014
1) Generic communist dystopia
2) I had no idea even back then so go with mu stereotypes
3) See #1
4) Roma state
5) Evil commie gorillas
aaaaZa Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2014
Can you da an Ugly Americans timeline, it's got scifi, fantasy, and political reactions that come with.
QuantumBranching Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2014
That the cartoon where humans share the city with all sorts of odd monsters?
HeliosMegistos Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2014
Have you ever thought of doing a Timeline 191/Southern Victory what if where the Germans still win WWI in Europe but the CSA narrowly defeats the USA or wise versa with the Entent wining in Europe but the CSA still falling and Canada possibly still been absourbed ?
whateley23 Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2014
Very nice maps.

I wonder if you might be interested in doing (or working out your own version of) Priddo, which was found in the game Lords of Creation (the name is Welsh or pseudo-Welsh for "Earth"). There are two main changes involved: first, Spartacus heads north and escapes the Italian peninsula, eventually settling his army of escaped slaves in the area of Hungary; second, Boudicca's revolt is successful, kicking Roman influence out of the British Isles. (There's a third, but it is less interesting for the ATL, involving the pursuit and success of magic instead of science - since it then simply fulfills the exact same niche, fire elemental-driven steam engines and such, it has no real effect on the situation.) Those two major changes seem to me to be an interesting, and faintly plausible, starting point. I'll leave out the rest in case you want to pursue the idea on your own (but just ask if you would prefer I give an overview of the way that Tom Moldvay chose to play it out).
QuantumBranching Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2014
How did Tom have it play out?
whateley23 Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2014
Spartacus gets up to the Danubian plain and sets up an anti-slavery kingdom. Trajan's legions invade the Spartacans around 100CE and the survivors split, part retreating to Carpathia, the other part to the area north of the Black Sea. The Spartacans join up with and eventually merge with the Ugrian peoples, making a hybrid civilization that loathes slavery. The Huns pound on them and the Ugrian kingdom flees back to the Danubian plain, where the two Spartacan branches hook back up. Around 350CE, the British (Cymru) reconquer much of Gaul and northern Iberia. The Cymru and the Ugrians end up allying closely, which lasts up to the present of the timeline.

So, Europe is Cymru on one side, Ugria on the other, and the western Roman Empire in between (and in southern Iberia and north Africa). The eastern Roman Empire is pretty much where it should be (Turkey to Egypt). Garderike controls Scandinavia and the northwest of Russia, while the Golden Horde retains nominal control of the southwest of Russia on up to touch the northern coast along the eastern edge of Garderike. Greater Persia is the Khaganate of Murad, while India and part of Burma (for some reason not explained) is the Sultanate of Maratta. Most all of central Asia is Mongolia. Japan controls Korea to Kamchatka, all of southeast Asia is Khmer, and Shangtao (China) is fairly small.

Colonially, Ugria has South Africa (Alfold), southern Australia (Bakony), and Argentina (Mordvinia). Cymru colonized north America with three colonies, New Dalriada, New Eire, and New Bretony. The southeast is the Cherokee Confederation, while much of the west is taken up by the Empire of the Cheyennes (not sure I buy that one much). Mexico (Oxaca) and the Incas (Quitu) are where you'd expect, more or less. Other than that, there are four named African empires (Monomatapa to the northeast of Alfold, Bornu in central Africa, Yatagan in west Africa, and Nubia where you'd expect). After that are some small kingdoms (Duchy of Pomerania, Kingdom of Masovia, Principality of Armenia).

Tech is like 19th century, but (as I noted) with magic replacing science in many cases (fire elementals powering steam engines and such, making this an early example of what would later become known as "steampunk"). Much of the world is labeled "unexplored", mostly in Africa, the Americas, eastern Russia, and northern Australia.

I could send you a photo of his map, if you want. Send me an email: whateley23 at the yahoo.
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