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I see some new terrain maps. Yummy!

Can we get an updated SBMaps.pdf? I would like to know where these places are located, etc.

Also, some of the height maps are missing that are listed on the SBMaps.pdf...such as the Suez Canal map. That would be an EXCELLENT map to make historical missions on. ;) Can we have it now please? Or does this require the smitting of many rodentia?

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...does this require the smitting of many rodentia?
It requires that you know how to use a spell-checker, or learn English. It's 'smiting'.

I recommend the former, I know how hard it is for you Texans to speak and understand English.

What maps besides the Suez map are you missing? Maybe we can, as a community, put our collective resources in one pot and create a master map file? If we can't teach Hack how to speak English, at least we can give him what he's looking for, as one master repository.

Wasn't there something like this done before, for that matter?


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I'll start on a list ;)

And Shotmag:

smite /smaɪt/ Pronunciation Key - Show Spelled Pronunciation[smahyt] Pronunciation Key - Show IPA Pronunciation verb, smote or (Obsolete) smit; smit·ten or smit; smit·ing.

–verb (used with object) 1. to strike or hit hard, with or as with the hand, a stick, or other weapon: She smote him on the back with her umbrella.

2. to deliver or deal (a blow, hit, etc.) by striking hard.

3. to strike down, injure, or slay: His sword had smitten thousands.

4. to afflict or attack with deadly or disastrous effect: smitten by polio.

5. to affect mentally or morally with a sudden pang: His conscience smote him.

6. to affect suddenly and strongly with a specified feeling: They were smitten with terror.

7. to impress favorably; charm; enamor: He was smitten by her charms.

–verb (used without object) 8. to strike; deal a blow.

—Idiom9. smite hip and thigh. hip1 (def. 9).


[Origin: bef. 900; ME smiten, OE smītan; c. G schmeissen to throw, D smijten]

—Related forms

smiter, noun

—Synonyms 1. knock, cuff, buffet, slap.

This is why I have dictionary.com as my home page...


You're right! I was confused with smitten, hehe.


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