I have been working on an idea to improve (in my opinion) the Kingdom template. I'm not sure where to post this or who to turn to or how stuff like this works. The administartive requests forum is more than not rarely visited and if it is it's by regular users, while this is more a staff idea. idk.
I took inspiration from the character template. If it's just the symbol it feels a bit more distant/abstract, but with this template I feel it's more like an actual location. We know how it looks like, where it is. And I know not every kingdom has a screenshot, but I feel enough of them have it for this template idea to work.
Like...this? Probably not? I made this with ms paint, but I have nooo idea how it would be done. This entire thing was just copying the already existing Character template. No idea how to actually do something original.
I tried messing with the code and making it slightly bigger. That is something I can do (and we should really do that, it looks so much better) but the black circle stays the same size. idk.
Looks pretty good. Though, you accidentally put the City of Mistral image as the CIty of Vale's image.
I am a bit nervous about the highlights on the kingdoms' landmasses, since the kingdoms don't actually take up the entirety of those highlighted areas. If they did, then there'd be no "outside the kingdoms".
Not like we have a good image for vale city. not like we actually even understand vale city...
Not like we actually know what "kingdom" means and how far it goes. Hey, the WoR presented the colored areas as part of the kingdom. They said so themselves. It would go against our wiki rules to say anything different. ...even if the show conflicts with itself.
Ohh. Hey, I decided to rewatch the Between Kingdoms WoR after... well probably since it came out.
"So, now you know more about the Kingdoms. But, what's between the big cities?"
I'd say it's not really a hard line, but more of a gradient. The farther away you are from the capital, the less it counts as the kingdom. So technically you can be in the wilderness, but still count as the kingdom. I can totally see that. Sort of like how medieval countries and fantasy worlds still count small villages as "their territory" even if they were pretty much in the "wild lands".