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The Tiberium Age by RoyalPsycho The Tiberium Age by RoyalPsycho
The Tiberium Age:
This is a more simple one made on request for Wisky-08. A map of the world set in the year 2047 just before the beginning of the Third Tiberium War and shortly before the arrival of the Scrin Menace. Soon a Nod insurgent force will capture the GDI Missile Defense Centre for the North American Atlantic Coast just as the GDI leaders prepare to hold a conference on the GDSS Philadelphia which is currently entering orbit over that particular region.

*May be a little different from what is shown on the wiki page but I like to think of this as a somewhat less simplified version of that map.
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:icontlhikan:
Shouldn't southeastern Asia be a yellow if the map is before TW3? Anyway, it's a good map. 
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:iconroyalpsycho:
But Southeast Asia is a Yellow Zone. The little Red Zones there were stated to already exist by 2047 in the wiki if that's what you're talking about.
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:icontlhikan:
D'oh, I meant to say Southeast *Europe* >_<. 
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:iconroyalpsycho:
The wiki also stated that South East Europe is a Red Zone. A few other parts of C&C3 did have Nod set up bases in Red Zones.
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:icontlhikan:
Yeah, but that was after TW2. Temple Prime and Sarajevo where in yellow zones until TW3 (the liquid Tiberium explosion converted that area from Yellow to Red). 
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:iconvaldulan:
I did that one a good long while back. Yours is better, though.
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:iconwisky-08:
Thank you commander.

New Monaco


Mobius Research Station

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:iconwisky-08:
Hi

Any chance for Tiberium Game Earth of 2058, GDI RAID, General McNeil

Tiberium intro


GDI Airships


Look at GDI great sea wall to protect Earth's oceans ever since the Mediterranean Sea was infested. 


Mediterranean Sea Floor infested, 


GDI piercity


The concept here is that due to overpopulation and scarcity of land, large urban habitats (called arcologies) are constructed on enormous semi-submersible platforms (think giant oil rigs). This is a view underneath one of these platforms, with more of the city visible in the distance.
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:iconroyalpsycho:
I'll look into it.
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