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  • Anno-Usul
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    Hello,

    I love anno series since 1404; mostly the "free and relax building part" without (too much) military operations.

    I don't know how far is the next development-idea for the next Anno title, but I like to post some of my thoughts and ideas - my "wishlist" 🙂
    I guess an Anno in the ancient mediteranian sea area would be very good. Main sectors are Rome, Greece (Athene, later with a DLC maybe Sparta?) and the coast delta of egypt.
    Additionally there are "special sectors" (like the arctic region in 1800). My ideas:

    1. An "upper nile" sector with special ores and stone pits - also for obelisks / monoliths production. Goods from this region can't sailed directly to Rome or Greece, but have to be transported with river ships to the egypt delta and reloaded there to sea ships.
    2. The area between Euphrat and Tigris. Good (mostly food) from this region must be transported via caravans to a coast sector and loaded to ships


    Maybe the development team will receive the info about this post 🙂

    KR

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