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As a federated people of an Aroman successor, who probably had almost no interaction with the true Aroman empire except for a few wanderers who probably were mercenaries for traders from the Orient leading to the shores of the Raga, I can see why it is a good place to put Aroma. I see no issues with it being there. There are not many opportunities for it to be in Adaptus since he doesn't exactly have 'a inland sea' of some form from which it could potentially be placed.

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@Tagmatium Rules So I can see that first map (in green) has a small red dot on it. I suppose this is your proposed location for Aroma? I could also add it with the three dots "∴ Aroma" to indicate a ruin.

@Rihan The red-dotted location is not on the Raga Sea though. But I suppose there'd be a port on Suverina's side with overland trade routes. This would be much shorter than going all the way around and risking running into the Volsci.

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3 hours ago, Orioni said:

@Tagmatium Rules So I can see that first map (in green) has a small red dot on it. I suppose this is your proposed location for Aroma? I could also add it with the three dots "∴ Aroma" to indicate a ruin.

@Rihan The red-dotted location is not on the Raga Sea though. But I suppose there'd be a port on Suverina's side with overland trade routes. This would be much shorter than going all the way around and risking running into the Volsci.

Ah, sorry.

I thought I'd put that bit in the text, but I did not.

Also, another possible location:

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