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Nishnatoba Map with extra mysterious rooms

WysteriaWysteria Member Posts: 1,826 @@ - Legendary Achaean
I'm using mudlet-mapper and this is what I see for Nishnatoba when "All levels" are selected:

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It looks like it's merging with the Savannah and they don't work if you click them anyway. I know the area without needing a map, but just wondering what's causing this. Any thoughts?
"Faded away like the stars in the morning,
 Losing their light in the glorious sun,
 Thus would we pass from this earth and its toiling,
 Only remembered for what we have done."

Exelethril

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  • VadimusesVadimuses Member Posts: 1,136 @ - Epic Achaean
    That's fairly weird. Could you force a crowdmap update with rl -> force map?
  • WysteriaWysteria Member Posts: 1,826 @@ - Legendary Achaean
    It never did this before. I'll try forcing it next I log in.
    "Faded away like the stars in the morning,
     Losing their light in the glorious sun,
     Thus would we pass from this earth and its toiling,
     Only remembered for what we have done."

    Exelethril
  • WysteriaWysteria Member Posts: 1,826 @@ - Legendary Achaean

    Vadimuses said:
    That's fairly weird. Could you force a crowdmap update with rl -> force map?
    Nope. Did mconfig crowdmap on and rl force map. It seems to think I'm in the Atrousian Jungle up there.
    "Faded away like the stars in the morning,
     Losing their light in the glorious sun,
     Thus would we pass from this earth and its toiling,
     Only remembered for what we have done."

    Exelethril
  • VadimusesVadimuses Member Posts: 1,136 @ - Epic Achaean
    Are you looking at the Nishtoba Deadlands or Nishtoba (Icons) area? See those with mmap nishtoba.
  • WysteriaWysteria Member Posts: 1,826 @@ - Legendary Achaean
    Deadlands are okay, but the Icons part is way off - still has part of the Atrousian Jungle in there when you hit mmap nishnatoba (Icons).
    "Faded away like the stars in the morning,
     Losing their light in the glorious sun,
     Thus would we pass from this earth and its toiling,
     Only remembered for what we have done."

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