Yeah, it didn’t turn out the way I wanted it to, either. World maps tend to be centred on one of three cities: London, Tokyo and New York. The map I used is a London-based one, which is the most common. I wanted a Tokyo-centric map, because then I would have been able to use the Bering Strait to connect Russia to Alaska and later make a giant loop through the Caribbean without it apearing too fiddly or too busy. The third type of map, the New York-based one, is horrible because Asia runs right through the edges of the map so you get the world’s largest continent cut in two. They’re only realy used by the American military, though.