It's all done on purpose I'm trying to make my city as medieval-looking as possible. The central point is the Market Square, from which four main roads radiate to four directions. The city follows the old Roman north-south axis ("Via Barbaria") leading form the Triumphal Arc to the Castle. The Old Town is a maze of narrow, winding streets with tightly packed housing. The craftsmen built their workshops on the outskirts of the town and in the North-East there is an "educational" corner with school and ancient monumets. Plus Landlord's stronghold with surrounding military buildings. A typicall early-medieval town...A good start Lord Barbarius, You could get so much more in by using less roads and laying them out more efficiently. But as I said, a good start
I agree although not witnessed the flow between the ages but it is a nice looking city.So far my instincts lean towards Ophion I know we get judged on the particular pic sent in this month but for the last 2 years Ophion has always had a cracking looking city, when upgrading it, he always sort of seemlessly makes it flows from one age to the next without looking disjointed but still look great all the time
i thought that also, perhaps Zurin could repost a complete screenshot and have it count towards judging even although its not his / her first entry, seems only fair to meUnfortunately Zurin, a lot of your city is not visible in that screenshot, so it's difficult to be able to fully appreciate it.