Structure made with one core principal of aesthetics in mind: Symmetry.
Please don't ask me for the reason of why I named this map Honor. It was the same feeling that made me make this aesthetical piece. I wanted to forge something that is completely symmetrical and afterwards look at it very closely, that's it. When forging maps I almost like encapsulate myself in a meditation forgetting about everything around me and just focussing on the process of the Forge map in front of me on the screen. It's a way to leave the fast living and unforgiving world of these days.
Back to the map, what I like most about symmetry itself is that if you look at something symmetrical from a different perspective it gets unsymmetrical, offering completely new aspects and exciting views that you would have never seen from the beginning position. I tried to capture this feeling of perfection and unity, but also contrary in this (http://imgur.com/a/hzNEf) photo series.
There are so many more angles that play with colour and shadow, that's why I want to encourage you to start this map up in Forge by yourself and fly around with the Oracle.
To be clear, this might not be anything special or unique for people out there, however I am fascinated by both the simplicity and complexity of such a genius principal that automatically opens more paths for the one that wants to see them. That's why I wanted to share it with you guys.
By the way, there is a hidden path going up to the top. See ya.