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  1. I added a few more (up to 8 now) over time. Yours definitely sounds a more comprehensive but I'm pretty happy with how mine turned out. I know how you feel with half done projects. I really need to just finish off some of these BC ones and the NB one I worked on before starting any more.
  2. I've done some more work on this over the year. I'll hope to release a new, updated one soon and put it on the campaigns website. It'll include some fixes to policy and a rework of the text. In the meantime I'm looking for a new project: are there any other BC elections people would be interested in seeing? I currently have 1972 and 2001 sitting half developed. Neither have any issues yet but have full slates of candidates and parties. I'm thinking of working on 1952 after finishing them up. Here's a preview of 1972.
  3. Gave it a go as the Lib-Dems. The amount of endorsers made the game super spirally, my momentum was at like +258 in some ridings at one point. I was playing on medium so that may have been part of it. I shifted a lot of policy more to the centre because they had the same as Labour in most issues. Ended up winning 476 seats. I'm definitely going to give it a few more tries but I feel the amount of momentum endorsers give should be reduced a bit. Great work so far!
  4. Hey everyone, I've finished the scenario. Overall I feel alright about it, it definitely needs some fine tuning and I'm open to any suggestions on how to make it better. Its my first one so it probably needs some work. I have been working on a potential 1972 scenario but I'm not sure if I'll finish it, as researching the issues has been a pain. BC 2017.zip
  5. Hey everyone! I've been working on a BC 2017 campaign for the last few days, and I feel like I'm almost done with the project. Its my first real scenario so its still a little rough around the edges. Balance-wise the BC Liberals win around 43.5 seats (44 is a majority), the NDP 41.5, and the Greens 1.5 (I managed to win a seat once as the Conservatives, but the AI has not in over 400 simed games). This feels pretty accurate, and its possible for both parties to win. Minorities are common but not frequent. I've used the map from Premier Forever 2005 with a few changes (added the Koote
  6. I ripped the map from Premier Forever so the ridings are out of date (North Island absorbed some parts of the mainland). I'd love to work with you if you'd like, I've only just started a few days ago playing any of these games but I worked on the 2017 election and I follow BC politics pretty actively. I figured it out! I had different fills overlapping over each other, I didn't know you could have more than one. Thanks for making me go back and try to reset it all again
  7. Fixed! I'm an idiot and didn't now fillings could be stacked on each other! Hey everyone, I've started to dabble with the campaign editor hoping to eventually create a BC 2017 election scenario. Unfortunately, importing a custom map seams to break the editor when tested. In the campaign editor mode, regions fill and work correctly, and there is no bleed over. Once the file is tested, the top region on the list covers most of the map's non filled space, and covers other regions too. I've tried this with an imported map that was just boxes, and importing the Federal map resulted in t
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